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Getting your search right can often be the difference between accurate and misleading information for the next assignment. To keep your research accurate and timely we recommend the following search engines for your use.
Google search is one of the largest search engines in the world today. It has many features beyond just the general search for text. It now includes voice-activated search, translation as well as all the standards that Google search is known for such as Images, News, Apps, Weather and a lot more at https://scholar.google.com.au/
Is a student trusted search engine. Information You Can Trust features a searchable, subject-categorized directory of authoritative websites; links to online texts, newspapers, and magazines and so much more. Despite the site no longer being updated it still contains effective information to support you research at www.ipl.org/
Carrot2 is an Open Source Search Results Clustering Engine. It can automatically organize small collections of documents (search results but not only) into thematic categories. Carrot2 fetches search results from various sources including Google, Bing and many more. Check out Carrot2 at http://search.carrot2.org/stable/search
iTools promise is to '...find and share the best tools to get whatever you want done. Simply. iTools helps you use the power of the Internet by giving you a clean interface to make use of many of the best tools of the Web'. Why see what it can offer at http://itools.com/
Anzwers 'provides you with relevant Australian, New Zealand and global search listings and directory results on a daily basis'. You can use the search engine to focus your topic at www.anzwers.com.au/
Yippy is a metasearch engine designed for use in education. It clusters large volumes of information based on your individual searches. Search Yippy at http://yippy.com/
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