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Presentation google scholar

  1. 1. Mahnoor Sheikh Roll# 11
  2. 2.  A software system that is designed to do keyword searches for information on the World Wide Web.  They produce a line of results often referred to as search engine results pages (SERPs).
  3. 3.  The most commonly used search engines are:  Google  Yahoo  Bing
  4. 4.  Most famous and the most frequently used search engine.  Google Web site has a blinking cursor in an edit box where you can type the word or phrase that you are interested in.  Google Instant is a search enhancement that shows results as you type.
  5. 5.  One of the tools of Google that provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature.  A bibliographic database that is meant to find abstracts and full text articles published on various topics.
  6. 6.  Google Scholar arose out of a discussion between Alex Verstak and Anurag Acharya.  In 2011, Google removed Scholar from the toolbars on its search pages.  In 2012, an individual Google Scholar page feature was added.  “Google Scholar library” was introduced in November 2013 where the logged-in users can save search results.
  7. 7.  „Group of‟ feature: Shows the available links to journal articles.  „Cited by‟ feature: Provides access to abstracts of articles that have cited the article being viewed.  „Related articles‟ feature: Presents a list of closely related articles.
  8. 8.  „Advanced search‟ feature: Helps people to narrow down their searches to find the most recent articles.  „Keyword‟ feature: The most relevant results for the searched keywords will be listed first.  „Ranking articles‟ feature: Tells the ranking of the articles and the journals.
  9. 9.  Google's homepage and Gmail have a "More" link on the top.  Click on the link and select "Scholar" from the drop-down menu.  Set your “Scholar preferences”.  Use “Advanced search" option.  Choose a “Subject” area.  Click on "Search Scholar”.
  10. 10.  It covers a wide range of academic content areas and is continually being updated.  Full text articles are available.  Google Scholar can connect you to library resources.  Ranks and lists search results in order of relativity to search query.  Sources found are more academic versus regular search engine.
  11. 11.  Some articles require payment for full view of text.  Google Scholar does not state where search result was found from.  Your results may not be current or as comprehensive as you need.  Google Scholar has less coverage in Humanities and more in Science and Technology.  Not compatible with EndNote citation software
  12. 12.  The increasing availability of online information resources and open access journals will place Google Scholar at the fingertips of most working scholars.  Improvements in the Google Scholar system will increase its use by those already familiar with it and gain it new users.