Answered By: Helen Smith Last Updated: Feb 05, 2016 Views: 39
An important search tool, Google has not traditionally been a content provider. It helps find resources. In the scholarly world, most of what has been created since 1923 is copyrighted and controlled by publishers. You can find the world's science using Google, but you can't read it without a subscription. We spend more than $14 million each year subscribing to electronic resources for use by our students and faculty.
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