Re: [sig] academic websearch
- --- Joeseph Melech <farmergrover@...> wrote:
> Does anyone know of an academic web search engine?Try this link:
> Using the Lycos, Yahoo, MSN, Excite, etc is turning up zero hits
> for me.
> I'm trying to find online rescources on protocananite (that is
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- Doing academic web searches is difficult. Most of the stuff out there is at
high-school level. If I understand what you need, you may be able to find
something through ORB at
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> Does anyone know of an academic web search engine?There's allacademic.com, and searchedu.com but neither turned up hits
> Using the Lycos, Yahoo, MSN, Excite, etc is turning up zero hits for me.
> I'm trying to find online rescources on protocananite (that is spelled
using either spelling. Nor did Worldcat, Dissertation Abstracts or any of
the other academic article databases I tried. Which just proves that the
expression proto canaanite is one that is used only very rarely.
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