How to Search the Web
Searching the Web
Searching the Web is similar to searching library catalogs and databases. You can conduct keyword searches, phrase searches, and Boolean searches. As the Web has grown to encompass billions of pages and many different types of sources, a wide range of search tools have become available for researchers. The following demonstrations illustrate how to conduct different types of searches on the Web:
You'll find an annotated list of leading Web search sites and directories in the Research Room's Electronic Search Links.