Saturday, February 09, 2008

Intute--The Academic Search Engine

When your studies include transnational law or commerce, human rights, migration, intellectual property--or any topic that involves a British or European focus--Intute is not to be missed. This free academic search engine cuts through the mountains of material on the web to bring users directly to the best web sites and guides for education and research. Launched in 2006 and closely monitored by a consortium of seven British universities, Intute uses subject experts and librarians to locate and bring together these quality web resources and make them easily accessible. A great feature of Intute is that it allows both cross-subject general searches and subject-specific access to these sources, which include some excellent U.S. sites in the mix. Intute is a perfect match for today's legal universe.

Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

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