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  • According to Local Laws and Corporate Policies: Internet Filtering on Google.cn 2008 

    Puxley, Katie Jr
    From 2006 to 2010 Google Inc. operated Google.cn, a regional search engine specific to China, which was filtered in accordance with the People’s Republic of China’s laws on sensitive information. The objective of this ...
  • Being where the people are: The challenges and benefits of search engine visibility for public libraries 

    Dickinson, Zoe; Smit, Michael (Emerald Group Publishing, 2015)
    Purpose: The purpose of this article is to examine the challenges and benefits presented by search engine visibility for public libraries. The article outlines the preliminary results of a pilot study investigating search ...
  • Évaluation de la production de quatre systèmes traduction automatique 

    Yen, Christine (2013-12-13)
    This thesis aims to contribute to the improvement of online machine translation software. We identify errors in the process of translation between English and French and make recommendations. The systems evaluated are ...
  • Google Book Search and the Future of Libraries 

    Parlette, Melanie; Owen, Leanne; Babineau, Jessica (Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management, 2010)
    Google Book Search (GBS) is a service provided by Google that allows for the searching of the full text of millions of books from some of the world’s most renowned library collections. Two distinct view points are found ...
  • Public Libraries and Search Engines 

    Dickinson, Zoe
    Although public libraries are dedicated to connecting people to information, the information resources offered by many Canadian libraries are currently inaccessible to search engine indexing robots, and thus effectively ...
  • Submit or Resist: Google, is There a Third Way? 

    Hicks, Deborah (Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management, 2006)
    This article explores the impact that Google is having on the library profession. Google is enticing users away from their local libraries with its siren song of easy use and ?good enough? results, and librarians are ...