18.407 scholarship and Google

From: Humanist Discussion Group (by way of Willard McCarty willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 6 Dec 2004 06:50:03 +0000

               Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 18, No. 407.
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   [1] From: Ken Friedman <ken.friedman_at_bi.no> (15)
         Subject: Google Scholars

   [2] From: Norman Hinton <hinton_at_springnet1.com> (4)
         Subject: Re: 18.402 scholarship and Google

         Date: Mon, 06 Dec 2004 06:42:29 +0000
         From: Ken Friedman <ken.friedman_at_bi.no>
         Subject: Google Scholars


Don Weinshank's note on how we use search engines to do
research hits the mark.

Anyone who wants to get a good understanding on any topic
is obliged to search multiple sources several times.

Google offers one or two good tools among many. As the
Danish designer Per Mollerup said in the title to one of his
books, "Good enough is never enough."

Ken Friedman
Professor of Leadership and Strategic Design
Department of Leadership and Organization
Norwegian School of Management
Design Research Center
Denmark's Design School
         Date: Mon, 06 Dec 2004 06:43:02 +0000
         From: Norman Hinton <hinton_at_springnet1.com>
         Subject: Re: 18.402 scholarship and Google
Using the Modern Language Association's on-line International Bibliography
yields 67 hits for _Alice in Wonderland_ and 264 hits for _Alice's
Adventures in Wonderland_.
I'd say that Google Scholar is not the way to go.
Received on Mon Dec 06 2004 - 01:54:08 EST

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