What Web Search Engines Won't Find

When you use Google or another Web Search Engine to find material on your research topic, you may think that you have found more than enough information to write your paper. But if you only search the Web for information that is available for free, you may be missing important Web resources that are not free. As a Widener Student you have access to many valuable resources such as databases, electronic journals, and electronic books that are not available to the general public. Don't miss out!

For example, by using the databases that Widener University subscribes to, you will have access to a wide variety of scholarly journals and professional association publications, resources that are reliable and authoritative. By not including databases in your research process, you may be omitting some of the very best resources on your topic.

Web Search Engines


We would like to thank the University of Texas libraries for the inspiration for this page.







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