Many Lifehacker readers are already Google Search ninjas (even knowing obscure Google search tricks), but a recent study found that 3 out of 4 students don't search Google efficiently, and you probably know other people who could use some Googling help. This infographic is for them and it also might make a handy poster with reminders for basic tricks.Provided by the folks at HackCollege, the infographic reminds student researchers that you can use Google as a calculator and unit converter, how to find papers by a specific author in Google Scholar, and basic operators you can use. Here's the full infographic (click to expand):
Infographic Summarises Online Search Tricks
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