New York, NY (PRWEB) March 26, 2009
RefSeek™ announces the release of the latest version of RefSeek.com, a search engine for students and researchers. RefSeek locates relevant academic results from around the Web while filtering out commercial content.
With today's update, RefSeek delivers more pertinent results from more web pages, books, encyclopedias, journals, and newspapers. Greater priority is given to sites that do not restrict access to content behind a pay wall.
Image results are now displayed alongside some Web search results, providing users with a richer search experience. All images are filtered to ensure suitability for in-classroom viewing.
Today's update is another step forward in the development of a free search service that makes academic information easily accessible to everyone.
Currently in public beta, RefSeek.com searches the entire Web for academic content. RefSeek's innovative approach offers comprehensive subject coverage without the information overload of general search engines. RefSeek.com returns search results from an index of over one billion documents.
For more information, visit: http://www.refseek.com