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1. Introduction: Information is always needed (contextualization)

2. Keys to Internet Information Searches

3. Types of information search systems

4. Fundamentals of use of information search systems

4.1. Navigation and search       

4.2. Information retrieval techniques

4.3. Simple search and advanced search

4.4. What are operators and types?     

4.5. Logical or Boolean operators         

4.5.1. Intersection: AND           

4.5.2. Denial: NO,

4.5.3. Logical O, OR     

4.5.4. XOR       

4.6. Operators without proximity

4.6.1. Adjacency: ADJ

4.6.2. Presence of terms at a maximum distance of words "n": W

4.6.3. Presence of two termites located at a certain distance "in words": P       

4.6.4. Presence within a sentence: NEAR, S      

4.6.5. Two terms in the same field regardless of the order in which they arelocated.    

4.6.6. SAME operator  

4.7. Truncation and masks or wildcard characters        

4.7.1. Operator $         

4.7.2. Operator ?         

4.7.3 Symbol * 

4.7.3 Important things to consider with the use of  truncation  

4.8. Other operators    

4.8.1. Parenthesis        


4.8.3. Relational operators       

4.8.3. Priority of the search operator   

5. Types of search engines

5.1. Hierarchical search engines  (spiders)        

5.2. Directories


5.4. Vertical or thematic search  engines          

5.5. Thematic  search  engines in academic research    

5.5.1. The most powerful free academic search engines: Google Academic, Science Research, Microsoft Academic Search and Pubmed

5.5.2. Free moderate capacity academic search engines: JURN, BASE, free full PDF and Youtube Education Channel      

5.5.3. Other free academic search engines       

5.5.3 Non-free reference scientific search engines: WOS/Scope.           

5.5.4. Patent search engines    

6. Good practices: increasing or reducing the name of the results

7. Major problems during the information-closing process

7.1. Information overload

7.2. Documentary silence

7.3. Documentary noise

7.4. Lexical phenomena: polysemia and synonymous

7.5. Quality of information

8. Criteria for assessing the quality of information

9. How to recognize an academic source?

10. Advanced Internet search with Google

10.1. Introduction: 29 advanced Google search features

10.2. Advanced Searches



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