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Searching the Internet

Search Engines | Directories | Help and Tutorials

Search Engines

General Search Engines

A good place to start. See UC Berkeley’s Search Strategies and the Help section below to learn how to improve your search results.

Metasearch Engines

Get results from several search engines at once.

All-In-One Engines

Many search engines listed, search one at a time.

Specialized Engines

Search a specific area.

  • ScirusElsevier Scientific
  • eScienceChemical Abstracts Service, used with SciFinder Scholar
  • ChemGuideFiz Chemie

Invisible Web

Search databases and other sources generally not indexed by standard search engines.

Search Engine Directories

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Help and Tutorials

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From the Stanford Libraries Internet Workshop Presentation (August 2003)

Last modified: December 8, 2009

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