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  • whole new search engine to compete with Google. On February 18, 2004, Yahoo unveiled its new search engine, which has a database and search features to
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  • most new authors join the project after stumbling upon an article in a search engine, and suddenly noticing that it is editable. The project was founded
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  • ins and outs of searching: how search engines work, types of search tools, how to handle different types of searches. The next section has expanded to
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  • Search Engine Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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  • search engines. Mr. Needham, you testified that in whole or part, there are 2,000 Federal Government websites that are not included in search engine results
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  • maritime regulations may be found on the World Wide Web, and any common search engine can turn up increasing amounts of documents posted for mariners to access
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  • Search Wikidata. engine wiper in Illinois Central
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  • Internet search engines, accessible, among other places, on the World Wide Web at www.google.com. See Brougher Decl. ¶2. Internet search engines like Google’s
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  • of law; and Digital code: a machine readable translation that allows search engines to identify work by its terms of use (‘About–Creative Commons’; Liang
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  • [Corrected misspelling of Robert ["Edmund"] Lee to Robert "Edward" Lee for search engines, research and leisure reading purposes.] There was no "General Edmund
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  • experience, and provides a scalable search and discovery for educational resources on the web. It works like a search engine where users type keywords to find
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  • high-quality sources, and then follow their citations to see what your search engine missed. This work is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike
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  • unless of course, Big Brother wants them to see it. Google.cn, China's search engine, is guaranteed to take you to the virtual land of deceit, disinformation
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  • features of the main repositories, specialized repositories, and OER search engines; Adapting and integrating OER coherently into contextualized programme
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  • Freelearning–Search for OER sites http://freelearning.bccampus.ca/searchOER.php This Google Custom Search Engine allows users to focus their search to sites
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  • found a cure, by using an internet search engine. That’s one of the reasons why unfettered access to search engine technology is so important in individuals’
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  • largely because the search engine, Google, which ranks web sites by popularity, lists the RI archives on the first page of search results for “Landmark
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  • popular search engine, Google, which ranks web sites by popularity and not financial means, lists www.culteducation.com as #2 on the search term “Landmark
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  • out occasionally, but we need as well as information filters such as search engines, libraries, museums, and archives. Not only does information become
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  • appropriate OER, the searcher will need to employ a number of search strategies: Use a specialized OER search engine: While search engines such as Google and
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