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European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2008 June;44(2):221-7

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To Google or not to Google, this is the question

Giglia E.

University of Turin, Turin, Italy


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To Google or not to Google has become in the latest years a big question for researchers: immediate answers, but often thousands; sometimes pertinent, sometimes not reliable or too commercial-oriented. No doubt that Google always “finds” something — and sometimes it is the only way, or it retrieves real pearls — but where does it search? How can a researcher refine or limit the search? That is why we’ll explore some Google features not so widely known, and other search engines with useful devices to perform a more efficient search in the biomedical field.

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