Before we go to the library, try the Internet Added:30.11. 2004
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Before we go to the library, try the Internet

Zkušební verze služby Google Scholar

Your teachers and professors, however, have less reason to despise the internet as a source of information. Google invented the portal for you (and ultimately for them) a new service specifically dedicated to the search of texts published on the Web. Google Scholar is now available in beta-test version.

Your teachers and professors, however, have less reason to despise the internet as a source of information. Google invented the portal for you (and ultimately for them) a new service specifically dedicated to the search of texts published on the Web. Google Scholar is now available in beta-test version.

Visually, this version of the classic Google Web Search nearly identical, the difference is substantial in its amended hidden feature: After you enter a key word or several words, the service searches for links to specialized texts available on the Internet, in which the terms occur.

The authors have obviously realized that to truly find relevant links, it is necessary to enter key words accurately and according to certain logical rules. Therefore, on the main page of Google Scholar and put the path to the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions – frequently asked questions) that relate to its use. Among other things, determine how to proceed here to quickly find a specific article, or seek a particular author's texts, etc., from all scientific disciplines or study.

Looks interesting as well as via the Internet to find a book that discusses a given topic, and even determine the nearest library where you can go for it. It is obvious that this system needs to its perfection and well „cooperating“ library online databases and especially sufficient information about the book in electronic form.

Google Scholar is certainly not, and can not be perfect and complete repository of all research articles, reviews, reports and other texts from the Internet. At his trial use soon discover that not all links are working correctly. The lyrics are often obvious reasons in PDF format, which may extend the period of loading and thus the total time you spend finding the most appropriate resource for their work.

Perhaps needless to say, you will have greater success in getting foreign language than Czech texts. On the other hand, your search can save a substantial part of the effort: not only find links related to your topic, but it is also ranked by relevance and specifically separates citations (including citations of the documents that are not available in electronic form).

If you want to check yourself, what Google Scholar can or can not, try it at: http://scholar.google.com/

Source: scholar.google.com, www.ceskaskola.cz




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