Searching for reliable information at this stage of the digital evolution is not yet a seamless process. Not everything is digitized. Whatever is digitized is not necessarily in a standard format or findable by any one search interface. Nor is it necessarily reliable for scholarly uses. The powerpoint embedded below shows roughly the relationship in coverage among the major search gateways commonly used at Emory: EUCLID, DiscoverE, Databases@Emory, WorldCat, and the Googles (Google Web, Google Book, Google Scholar).
See our Libguide for more information.
Submitted by Tim Bryson, South Asia and Religious Studies Librarian, December 17, 2009.
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