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• This can be a very good way of finding
published research articles and books.
• It can often be quicker ...
Go to the Google search
engine and click on the
‘Advance search’ link.
2. Change to 100
results
3. Change to .pdf
file type
1. Type in your
search terms
4. Then click here
Surf the results and click
the relevant links to
access full text books and
journals available online
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How to do a google advanced search by simon bignell

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This is a good presentation if you’re wondering how to get to plenty of academic journal articles fast or want to do a big literature search in the fastest possible time. I combine Google Advance search with a filter for .pdf files alongside a multi downloader. You can effectively download hundreds of relevant articles in a few seconds. These can then be searched for key words. Great for constructing your own repository of research. You can use the same technique for building up a library of presentations. – Dr Simon Bignell

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  1. 1. Advanced Search • This can be a very good way of finding published research articles and books. • It can often be quicker than many online databases but you shouldn’t neglect to use these too. • Caution! Not all research articles will be available by using this method. • http://www.google.co.uk/advanced_search?hl=en • Google Scholar is also good http:// scholar.google.co.uk By Simon Bignell
  2. 2. Go to the Google search engine and click on the ‘Advance search’ link.
  3. 3. 2. Change to 100 results 3. Change to .pdf file type 1. Type in your search terms 4. Then click here
  4. 4. Surf the results and click the relevant links to access full text books and journals available online TIP: Use a free downloader manager like ‘FlashGet’ to download 100 documents at once and then search these using your computer’s ‘Search’ function. http://www.flashget.com/en/download.htm
  5. 5. Click here to save the .pdf file
  6. 6. Click here to save the .pdf file
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