Search engines often re-crawl web pages every few days or weeks, sometimes multiple times in a day like for news website, to check if the content has changed. Now go to browser address bar (Ctrl L in Firefox & Chrome or Alt D in Internet Explorer) and copy-paste “&as_qdr=y15” at the end of the Google search URL. This trick should help if you citing tweets (MLA or APA style) or citing web pages (MLA style) in your papers.
In the case of news articles, the publishing date of the web page is included but in situations where the date is not specified (or you think the mentioned date in incorrect), you can use a simple Google hack to know when a web page or web domain was last published on the Internet. Because Google can crawl the page the moment it is published on the Internet, the indexed date appearing in search results is often accurate.
This document details how the page-level indexing settings allow you to control how Google makes content available through search results.
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A multidisciplinary team of Library staff studied methods to evaluate, select, collect, catalog, provide access to, and preserve these materials for future generations of researchers.
Since then, the Library has developed thematic web and event-based archives on such topics as the United States National Elections, the Iraq War, and the events of September 11.
The statistics indicated that: 1) For such learners, the representation of power words would trigger the vertically spatial metaphor, which brings about “word-space” interaction effect, 2) Chinese English learners with different levels in L2 demonstrate stronger representation abilities in L1 than that of L2, regardless of their L2 proficiency level.
3) Learners’ second language proficiency exerts influence upon the representation of the English power words.