Get More Out of Google: Tips & Tricks for Online Research [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Whether you’re taking an online, hybrid, or traditional course, writing research papers can be a large chunk of your workload.

Do you spend hours researching for a topic, and feel like you’re getting no where?

You’re not alone. According to a recent study, 75% of students couldn’t perform a “well-executed search” on Google to find what they want.

But don’t despair – help is here! Check out this infographic from eLearningInfographics.com to learn some neat tricks to help you research more quickly and more efficiently.

Learn about how to use operators, file types, and keyboard shortcuts to find what you need. Fast.

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How is Wikipedia Redefining Research? [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Did you know? Only 25% of students visit the library, but 8/10 turn to Wikipedia for their first source of research.

Wikipedia is an easy go-to site for information, but is the information on Wikipedia accurate? How do professors feel about students using Wikipedia for research? Take a look at this infographic from e-Learning infographics to find out more about the scope of Wikipedia and how students use Wikipedia for research.

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