#protips for #search

#protips  for #search  

via Ranganayaki Srinivas 

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When using Google Scholar, seeing search results sorted by date is valuable when you're looking for the most up-to-date research. Say that you're searching for ["las vegas" urban development]. To find newer articles for this query, click a year on the left side like Since 2011 to show only published papers and citations from from that year to the present, sorted by relevance. Alternatively, click Sort by date to show only articles added within the past year sorted by date. To stay current on the latest results, click the envelope icon at the bottom of the results page and fill out a Google Scholar alert to have new results delivered to you via email.

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