Google and WorldCat
January 23, 2009 in Google
Ever wanted to keep track of all the reading material related to a specific topic, like say, Google? WorldCat is one way to do it. Check out a simple list.
Just create a free account, do a simple search for the topic you want to research and WorldCat will show you which library has the material you’re looking for.
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