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Significant Role of Search Engine in Higher Education
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Rahul J. Jadhav, Dr. Om Prakash Gupta, Usharani T. Pawar
Search engine, Higher education, navigating of cyberspace
Information explosion has given a rise to quest for more and more knowledge and its applicability to varied fields. Higher education is not exception to this. The facilities, of varied institutions are perpetually involved in teaching, learning, evaluation and research activities. They are using the modern technology to a great extent. Not only the faculty and academicians but students of today's world also use the latest technology for knowing more and more. Therefore the use of internet has taken rapid stride. For collecting data and information varied programs are developed and the use of search engine prove to be the most significant tool for gathering information and knowledge. Search engine is one of the most widely used method for navigating of cyberspace. The objective of the research paper is to study the significant role of search engine to make the higher education innovative and easily accessible to the students, faculty and researchers.
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