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Searching is easy and at the same time it can be quite difficult. When you search Google or another search engine, you enter your search terms and away you go. Chances are thousands, if not millions of results come back to you.
With library resources, things might be different. Library resources won't be as large as the Internet. Their content might be more specialised, so when you start to use them, it might be tricky to find what you need.
When you are searching for a topic, particularly one for an assignment or study, it' can be a little more complex than simply entering a search term into Google or another search engine. For more complex searches, there's a process than you can follow pages will take you through the steps of that search process. You can follow the process for both library resources and Internet searching if you wish