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Berkeley's Five-Step Search Strategy: Finding Information on the Internet: A Tutorial  This site contains some good handouts, including one on Search Engines that summarizes phrase searches, Boolean logic, truncation and other features of preferred search engines.

Bright Planet Guide to Searching

Cal Poly Search Tutorial  This one is geared towards the polytechnic audience.

Cornell University's Search Tutorial

Library of Congress On-Line Help Pages

MadCat Tutorial  For the designed for the University of Wisconsin Madison's catalog.

NoodleTools An overview of designs, process, and outcomes for information literacy.

Nueva Schools Research Process

Southern Oregon University Web Searching tools.  This site includes inforamiton about search engines, evaluations, tutorials, and updating guides 

Teaching Web-Based Research Skills

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