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Article Offers Tips on Finding Authoritative Information Efficiently on the Web

Law Librarians Association of Wisconsin Vice President, Diane Duffey has compiled a useful collection of tips in the Wisconsin Law Journal article, To Google or Not to Google? Different Web Research Tactics.

In the article, which appears in the October 5, 2005 issue, Diane explains that despite their popularity, search engines have two key downsides: efficiency and authority. Fortunately, she recommends several good Web sources for finding authoritative information efficiently.

A must-read for legal practitioners who research via the Web.