Posted January 29, 2016
by Kristin Fust, Product Manager, GVRL
“If it isn’t on Google, it doesn’t exist.” Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wale’s famous quote about Google rings true for many teachers, professors, and librarians. For years, educators mourned this trend, judging general website searches too limiting to support comprehensive research. But those concerns dissipate when quality content becomes accessible through Google. It’s a case of moving the proverbial mountain to Mohammed – putting authoritative content into the workflow of information seekers.