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English 263 - Research Project (Kim): Searching on the Web
Use Google to find information about experts and institutions/organizationsyou find in your research. Use specific names and details in your search (e.g. "National Health Care for the Homeless Council"). When searching a researcher's name, include his/her professional affiliation to find that specific person: Google "Dennis Culhane" University of Pennslyvania rather than "Dennis Culhane".
If you're looking for research on a particular topic, be sure to include terms that reflect it: LGBTQ homeless youth (research OR studies) rather than LGBTQ homeless youth.
Limit your search(es) to .eduand/or .gov domains (but not at the same time): LGBTQ homeless youth (research OR studies) site:.edu ; LGBTQ homeless youth site:.gov
Remember that not all .org sites are created equal. Always look at the About Uslink to find out what the organization's mission is and who is responsible for the site's content.