Back in October I subscribed to the Google Librarian Newsletter and the has just arrived.
This first issue is one article from a software engineer at Google, but Google promises that it won’t always be that way:
But this newsletter wouldn’t be much of a conversation if it were written solely by folks at Google. Future issues will feature articles contributed by librarians and library supporters, links to library-related web sites, and updates on Google products and services that can help you in your work.
This article – while useful for those who are unfamiliar with the web – wasn’t much help to me. It talked about how Google decides which results are the most relevant.
There are some fun exercises for teachers to give their students – which is who this article seems to be geared – students and teachers – not librarians.