Answered By: Kate Holvoet Last Updated: Feb 09, 2016 Views: 24
Answered By: Kate Holvoet
Last Updated: Feb 09, 2016 Views: 24
|The ZU library website contains links to ZU library resources, such as the library catalog, our research databases (most of which ZU pays money to access), and the search tool Quick Find, which combines information from the library catalog and library research databases. The library website also contains information about library services and policies. The library website is much smaller than Google, but it directs researchers to high quality resources.
Google is a very large search engine that does not sort out high quality resources from bad resources. Google indexes web sites on the internet, and allows you to search the index and see lists of results from you searches. You can click on URLs (uniform resource locators - the link that starts with http://) The library website is a small part of the Google index, which is a part of the larger Internet.