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Here are some books, articles and Google's pages if you would like to delve more deeply into the subject:
How Google Works by
Call Number: HD9696.8U64 .G66647 2014
Publication Date: 2014
In HOW GOOGLE WORKS, Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg distill their decades of working in the high-tech industry into a practical and fun-to-read guide for those who want to succeed in an ever-changing business landscape. The book offers how-to advice on strategy, corporate culture, talent, decision-making, innovation, communication and dealing with disruption.
How to Find Out Anything by
Call Number: ZA3075 M33 2012
Publication Date: 2012
In this book the author, a master researcher explains how to find what you are looking for quickly, efficiently, and accurately, and how to avoid the most common mistakes of the Google Age.
Call Number: HD9696.8.U64 G6623 2009
Publication Date: 2009-11-03
A revealing, forward-looking examination of the outsize influence Google has had on the changing media landscape, telling the story of how it formed and crashed into traditional media businesses--from newspapers to books, to television, to movies, to telephones, to advertising, to Microsoft. Also discusses Google's innovative web influence: Gmail, Google Maps, Google Earth, YouTube
The Joy of Search - A Google Insider's Guide by
Call Number: ZA4230 .R87 2019
Publication Date: 2019-08-01
How to be a great online searcher, demonstrated with step-by-step searches for answers to a series of intriguing questions (for example, "Is that plant poisonous?"). We all know how to look up something online by typing words into a search engine. We do this so often that we have made the most famous search engine a verb: we Google it--"Japan population" or "Nobel Peace Prize" or "poison ivy" or whatever we want to know. But knowing how to Google something doesn't make us search experts; there's much more we can do to access the massive collective knowledge available online.