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WRI 159/160: Gray Matter

Keyword searching

"Keywords" are the two or three terms that best describe your topic.

The best place to begin keyword searching is, not surprisingly, Google, the world's most powerful search engine. Its combination of algorithms and use data provides results with ever-improving relevancy. However, since it is important to verify the scholarly credibility of any source when doing academic research, it is best to search in Google Scholar, a subset of Google which returns results only from scholarly literature.