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Analytical Search Strategies: A Tip Sheet with Examples for Teachers and Students
|Title:||Analytical Search Strategies: A Tip Sheet with Examples for Teachers and Students|
|Authors:||Woods, Roberta Freeland|
|Publisher:||Perspectives: Teaching Legal Res. & Writing|
|Citation:||Roberta Freeland Woods, Analytical Search Strategies: A Tip Sheet with Examples for Teachers and Students, 24 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Res. & Writing 59 (2016).|
|Abstract:||An analytical search strategy is not browsing. Browsing is opportunistic and requires one to recognize relevant information. So, browsing, in general, is not a strategy so much as it is an informal and interactive process, like scanning a result set for relevant information. Analytical strategies, on the other hand, require careful planning, but the result sets lead one to a certain level of confidence in the thoroughness of the research.|
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