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TRUE /FALSE: Not all words and phrases are treated the same by Google; some like site: and filetype: will trigger a different set of search results or actions. TRUE/ FALSE : Google Books and Google Scholar provide access to the same indexed content, one is just the old name. TRUE/ FALSE : The search query Apple NOT fruit will produce the samesearch results as the query Apple –fruit in a Google Search. TRUE/ FALSE : The search query "Best Badminton Players" (in quotes) will produce identical Google search results as Best Badminton Players (without the quotation marks). Put these basic steps in producing Google results in the correct order: A: crawling the web B: indexing the web C: algorithms select best results to match search query D: things like ads are selected and mixed with results E: user responses recorded to improve future results ABCDE TRUE/ FALSE : The search query a fly will produce the same Google search results as the query the fly because these small words are automatically ignored. TRUE/ FALSE : If a researcher wishes to see *both* a list (or picture) of articles that have cited a particular research paper (forward links) *and* another list of articles cited by that research paper (backward links), that researcher will need to use more than one Academic Search Engine.
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Which of the following academic search engines provides a PDF of the full text to some or all of the articles it indexes (without having to go to another site or search engine)? SCIENCE DIRECT, WEB OF SCIENCE Put the following online research strategies in order from most efficient to least efficient as described in the lecture material for this week: A. Doing a general search on Google or Bing and hoping to find something ‘interesting' B. Topic or Keyword Search in a Full-Text Search Engine (all databases) C. Using the “forward” feature of WOS/WOK to see what work was influenced by a paper you like CBA In researching best practices for a resume for a position as a social worker, Reya learns that such a resume should list her college degrees but leave off information about her high school education. These proscriptions (things not to include) are best categorized as which global aspect of writing? Content If Jenny wants to find general resume advice from a trusted source that she's heard about in the past (the UCI career center, http://www.career.uci.edu/), she can conduct a search of only pages on that organization's website using which of the following search queries? effective resumes site:http://www.career.uci.edu In researching best practices for a resume for a position as an electrical engineer, Christiania learns that the ideal resume will use bolding and larger fonts for the section headings and place all dates in a consistent location (left or right) to make the document easy for a reader to scan quickly. These prescriptions (things to include) are best categorized as which global aspect of writing? Form Yutta would like to underline or bold specific keywords throughout her resume to make them stand
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