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Google – Uncover buried sites using ‘related searches’ or ‘wonder wheel’; use Advanced Search to refine your search; search vertically using Web, Images, Video, Maps
Infotopia – Customized safe-search of educator-selected sites
Internet Sleuth – Meta search engine. Allows you to search up to ten different search engines at the same time
ipl2 – United States service. Features a searchable subject categorized directory of authorititve websites; links to online texts, newspapers, magazines, podcasts etc.
iSeek Education – Ask a question or search a topic. Use ‘targets to refine search’
LibGuides – Librarian-created topic pathfinders. Will generate a list of print and online resources for you on your required topic
Search Engine Colossus – Browse search engines and directories from countries and territories
Surfwax – Search for your topic, then click ‘Focus’ to show similar, broader and narrower topics
SweetSearch – A selective search of web information for students
Virtual Learning Resource Centre – Search by subject. The Virtual Learning Resources Center indexes thousands of the best academic information websites selected by teachers and library professionals worldwide in order to provide students and teachers with current and valid information for school and university academic projects
WebCrawler – Meta search engine. ‘The world’s top search engines spun together.’ A service to search the web, images, video and news from Google, Yahoo!, Bing, Ask.com, and many other popular search engines