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Καθηγητόσ: Μπαρδούνιασ Μϊνοσ

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ΣΕΦΝΙΚΕ΢ ΚΑΙ ΕΡΓΑΛΕΙΑ ΒΙΒΛΙΟΓΡΑΥΙΚΗ΢ ΕΡΓΑ΢ΙΑ΢ A’ ΛΤΚΕΙΟΤ 2012
Αναζότηςη Πληροφοριών Ειςαγωγό Βιβλιογραφύασ ςτο Word

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Types of Search Engines
•Search Engines

• Google • Bing •Metasearch Engines • Metacrawler • Webcrawler •Directories • Yahoo • Open Directory

(AOL)

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Google Search

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Google Search Tips
Specific keywords: Use specific keywords to describe exactly what you're looking for.

 For example:
o o o Try 19th century chairs instead of old furniture. Use digital camera reviews instead of electronics. Watch for words with more than one meaning.
 If you're looking for information on modelling, make sure you specify fashion modelling or clay modelling or mathematical modelling.

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Google Search Tips
Requiring or Excluding words: Know when to require or exclude words. You can indicate words that must be in each search result or words that cannot be in each search result:
To require words, type + (plus) in front of each word that must be in the

search results.  If you want to see pages about health issues surrounding blackberries, and you mean the BlackBerry hand-held device, search for blackberry health +device.
To exclude words, type - (hyphen or dash for minus) in front of each word

that cannot be in the search results.  If you want to see pages about health issues around blackberries with no mention of the hand-held device, search for blackberries health device.

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Google Search Tips
Exact phrases: Know how and when to search for exact phrases.
 To search for an exact phrase, put quotation marks around two or more

words.
 For example, a search for "to be or not to be" returns only results

containing the exact phrase inside the quotation marks.

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Google Search Tips
Simultaneous multiple searching: Know how to perform multiple searches simultaneously.
 If you're equally interested in two or more...

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