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Navigating the Deep Web: Advanced Search Strategies

The UK e-information Group is running a one-day course on 'Navigating the Deep Web: Advanced Search Strategies for Researchers' at CILIP HQ on Friday, April 12th, 2019.


Who should attend?
Any library and information professional responsible for research support who needs to update their knowledge in this fast-moving area.


Topics covered include:

  • Why general search engines miss or ignore information
  • The impact of the “right to be forgotten” and other legislation
  • How to use advanced search commands to surface hard to find web resources
  • Specialist search tools for the deep web
  • Strategies for retrieving high quality information, including data sets, scholarly literature, official publications, news, multi-media and image resources
  • Tools to surface valuable social media content
  • What is the dark web, and can it be legitimately used for research?

 

More information and booking

 

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