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Library Research Guides

Deaf Culture & ASL: Websites

An introduction to finding resources in the library and online to assist with Deaf Culture & ASL Studies research.

Searching the Web

While the library has access to many high-quality scholarly resources, it does not provide access to all information that might be useful for your assignment. Sometimes what you need is only available on the open Internet. With seemingly infinite websites, it is necessary to use a search engine, such as Google, to locate what you are looking for. You are probably familiar with the Google search box, but there are tricks you can employ to conduct a more effective web search. 


Web Resources:



Web Search Strategies

Did you know that the Google Search Engine has advanced search options? Check out the following video from Common Sense Education for search tips on making the most out of your Google search. 


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