||Learn expert web searching tips directly from Google and Bing! The NIH Library presents Daniel Russell and Duane Forrester from 10 am to noon in Masur Auditorium, Building 10 Clinical Center, NIH Bethesda Campus on Wednesday, February 6.
Daniel Russell from Google will demonstrate many different methods and techniques for finding things you didn’t think could be found, and some of the strategies you can use for online investigations in the years ahead. Duane Forrester from Bing will discuss deep search, and specific tips and tricks you can use to narrow search results and uncover exactly what you seek.
Daniel Russell is a Research Scientist at Google focused on search quality with an emphasis on understanding what makes Google users happy, skilled, and competent in their use of web search. Often called a search anthropologist, Daniel has spent most of his career understanding how people use the tools of technology to amplify their intelligence. Prior to joining Google, he worked for IBM, Xerox, and Apple in the area of user experience. Daniel maintains a blog, SearchReSearch, which focuses on topics related to search.
Duane Forrester is a Senior Product Manager with Bing’s Webmaster Program. He is also the founding co-chair of Search Engine Marketing Professional Organization's (SEMPO) In-House Search Engine Marketing (SEM) Committee, and is the author of two books: How to Make Money with Your Blog and Turn Clicks into Customers. Prior to joining Bing, Duane was an in-house search marketer running the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) program for MSN in the US and Americas, and was formerly on the Board of Directors for SEMPO. Duane maintains his own blog, theonlinmarketingguy.com.
For more information go to http://nihlibrary.nih.gov/AboutUs/Announcements/Pages/Google-and-Bing-for-Researchers.aspx