Here you can find more information about searching the internet
Below are two examples of how to search with Google and Google scholar. Here the search term "Design Thinking" has been chosen, but you can replace this term with any word you want to search for
Use Google Advanced , to performe a more specific search.
For example for publications in pdf in a certain language.
With Google Advanced you can use the Boolean operatoren AND (all these words), OR (any of these words) and NOT (none of these words). Also the option for "exact search" is offered. With this option, the words, phrases or sentences are put in between quotation marks, and searched for exactly so.
Besides that options to limit to language, country, update, domain (.org, .edu etc.) and filetype (.doc, .pdf etc.) are possible.
The Libguide Interesting websites: International Business is a libguide with links to websites about:
Doing business - exporting Marketing
E-books and E-journals
Use Google scholar to search for academic information. The results are presented in a different way then in Google. When Stenden Library has access to the article or publication in one of its databases, a link is provided on the right hand side next to the result: FullText @ Stenden Library
Underneath the results in Google Scholar you will find the following links:
Cited by - refers to articles that have used the article above
Related articles - shows articles that are about similar topics related to the article above
Cite or " - provides the reference to the article in different citation styles like APA.
Everyone can publish on the Internet, but how do you know if this information is reliable?
Check the libguide Literacy skills: evaluating the quality of internet sites