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Google & Wikipedia vs. ProQuest Research Tools

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Uploaded on Jul 20, 2007

When it is a good idea to use Google or Wikipedia versus ProQuest research tools (like eLibrary, SIRS, Platinum, Research Library, CSA, or CultureGrams)? Find out how Google stacks up against deep research tools in this short video, perfect for helping researchers decide which resource to use for what and when. Find our more about ProQuest's reference solutions and sign up for free trials at http://www.proquest.com, http://www.csa.com, or http://www.proquestk12.com (U.S. and Canada school libraries and teachers). This video was produced and voiced over by Tim McLain of ProQuest -- tim.mclain@proquest.com.

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