It's natural (and absolutely essential) these days to turn to the Web as a source of information. However, when you use the Web as a source, you're never quite sure if what you're coming across is absolutely credible; after all, simply doing a cursory Google search is going to probably net you more results than you know what to do with, and Wikipedia, while ostensibly a good resource, is a community-edited wiki that is not necessarily considered to be a reliable resource.
So what's a student to do? Well, while there is a ton of information available at your favorite search engine, there's even more information - like hundreds of times more information - available by diving into the Deep Web. The Deep, or Invisible, Web includes databases, content, and obscured resources that a general search engine query won't necessarily see; however, you can get in there using some special search skills and a few specialized search engines. Sound interesting? Get started with these five Deep Web search engines, specialized tools you can use to find scholarly research and information on nearly any subject you can possibly think of.
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