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Research Beyond Google: 119 Authoritative, Invisible, and Comprehensive Resources

.: Jimmy Atkinson of OEDb, the Online Education Database, send me a note about a recent post, "Research Beyond Google: 119 Authoritative, Invisible, and Comprehensive Resources". Jimmy writes: "I feel that it is a helpful starting point for anyone -- librarian, professor, or student -- wanting to do accurate research on the Web without relying solely on Google (or the visible Web).", and I would agree. The review covers search engines in these categories: Deep Web Search Engines | Art | Books Online | Business | Consumer | Economic and Job Data | Finance and Investing | General Research | Government Data | International | Law and Politics | Library of Congress | Medical and Health | Science | Transportation. You will find some search engines with which you are familiar, but no doubt discover some new to you as well.

Thanks, Jimmy, for this information.

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