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Hello League of Extraordinary Librarians-
I have an on the fly opportunity to teach research skills. We are doing a
"get more out of Google" search tips. I can't quickly find in the archives
what I'm seeking. Anyone know a Google search tip that will yield "data
rich" returns for creating infographics on topics as varied as heroin use
and poverty.

I'm hoping there is one similar to filetype:pdf or site:org but specific to
statistics in the returns.

thanks in advance,
Alison
​ Cucchetti
Media Specialist, Oak Hills HS
Cincinnati, OH​

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