Google CSE for “Netting the Evidence”

The Information Resources Section of the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) at the University of Sheffield has put together a Google Custom Search Engine of interest to medical libraryfolk. According to Andrew Booth, Director of Information Resources & Reader in Evidence Based Information Practice, the Netting the Evidence Google Search Engine “…searches over one hundred web sites (107) associated with the METHODOLOGY of evidence based practice.”

This CSE will replace the current Netting the Evidence site, which Booth indicates will shortly be removed.

Try it out and share your thoughts in the comments.

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3 thoughts on “Google CSE for “Netting the Evidence”

  1. Is it possible to see the list of 107 websites searched by Netting the Evidence Google search engine? Thanks

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