What is Web Searching?
Web research is the practice of using Web information, especially free information on the World Wide Web. Web research has had a profound impact on the way ideas are formed and knowledge is created. Common applications of Web research include personal research on a particular subject (something mentioned on the news, a health problem, etc.), students doing research for academic projects and papers, and journalists and other writers researching stories. Research is a broad term. Here, it is used to mean "looking something up (on the Web)". It includes any activity where a topic is identified, and an effort is made to actively gather information for the purpose of furthering understanding. It may include some post-collection analysis like a concern for quality or synthesis.
Why do we need it?
Web research services are purposed at assisting you discover the solutions to queries you prefer to acknowledge and more direct exploring the Internet. The biggest advantage in using the Web Research as a source for research is that it lets us look at specific topics from an interdisciplinary perspective. Due to the large volume of published literature in the library, researchers have had a tendency to stay within their own fields when they search for references. By doing so, they may have been restricting themselves to their own fields and may have had little idea of the kind of studies in other disciplines that may be helpful.
How can we help?
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