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Library Guide to Research: 5. Find Internet Resources
With popular search Internet engines such as Yahoo!, Google, Bing and more, it sometimes seems like you can find anything on the Internet, but know that sometimes you may need to use a different resource if you are doing college research and need to find reputable web resources.
The long lost sibling of the basic Google search engine, Scholar steps up and provides access to citations, abstracts, and, in some cases, full-text articles from a variety of periodical resources. Beware: not all articles found through Scholar are necessarily scholarly/peer-reviewed resources, as it also includes material from trade publications. It's up to the researcher to evaluate these resources.
An online collection that includes books, journal articles in the humanities and social sciences, and magazine and newspaper articles. The advanced search option allows you to limit searches to all types of resources, or you can only search book and journal literature.