Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2007

Abstract

This article examines the features, quirks, and uses of Google Sets, Google Suggest, and Google Search History and argues that these three lesser-known Google tools warrant inclusion in the resourceful reference librarian’s bag of tricks.

Comments

The file uploaded here is a pre-print version of this article: Cirasella, Jill. "Google Sets, Google Suggest, and Google Search History: Three More Tools for the Reference Librarian’s Bag of Tricks." Reference Librarian 48.1 (2007): 57-65.

 
 

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