A search engine is designed to search for information on the Web. The search results are generally presented in a list of results.

Google Scholar Advanced Search -- Use THIS instead of a straight Google search!! It will save you time. If you find a resource it wants you to purchase, get the title, author & a date, then go to ProQuest for your article.

Goofram - this searches Google & Wolfram Alpha side by side!

Sweet Search Biographies -- database that offers profiles and outstanding search results for thousands of famous-or infamous-people from many walks of life, professions and countries, spanning many centuries.

Choose the Best Search Engine helps you to pick the best information source to meet your research or information needs. Very helpful!!

Wolfram Alpha a computational knowledge engine that answer questions; does math; instantly gets facts, calculators, unit conversions, and real-time quantitative data and statistics; creates plots and visualizations; and accesses vast scientific, technical, chemical, medical, health, business, financial, weather, geographic, dictionary, calendar, reference, and general knowledge

Ixquick Customizable search engine: skims the top 10 results of favorite search engines to give you "the best of the best".

KillerInfo sends your query to the search engines you choose and returns results. Those results will then be clustered and displayed for you to browse.

DogPile
Bing


Meta Search Engines
Dogpile
Ixquick
Myriad Search
Mamma
MetaCrawler
Search.com

Social Media Search
BackType
Collecta
CrowdEye
Delicious
FuzzFind
KnowEm
Omgili
OneRiot
Social Mention
Taggl
Technorati
Twithority
Twitter Search
uberVU
WhosTalkin

General Search
Yebol
A9.com
AltaVista
AllTheWeb
Ask
Bing
Cuil
Google
HotBot
Lycos
MSN
Wolfram Alpha
Yahoo!

Research Directories
Wikipedia
Refdesk
Internet Public Library
Internet Archive
Digital Librarian
Stat Resources
Information Please
CiteSeer
Time and Date
JournalismNet
Bubl Link