By Eric T. HallmannThe world’s largest search engine has opened up its search capabilities to colleges, universities and other institutions.
Google announced the change at its annual developer conference in San Francisco.
Google announced the new feature on its website on Wednesday.
The move makes it easier for students to search the internet for specific information, and the search engines have made it easier to get students’ data.
Students will now be able to search through the Google News API for specific news topics, or just a list of news stories.
“For students to be able do this and to actually get the news on campus, you know, for students, there’s just not been enough of that,” said Michael Wieder, vice president for Google’s search products.
He said the API will be used by “hundreds” of students across the world to search for news and events.
Google News is currently accessible to students on its main website, but students will be able search for it on Google’s own website starting on Wednesday, according to a Google spokesperson.
Google’s search engine now offers a way for students and teachers to search content by topic, but there’s not a built-in way to search a list, he said.
Students can search for specific topics on Google News by searching topics, including “College News,” or by clicking on the topics tab.
It’s similar to how Google News works on its own websites, he added.
Students and teachers can also search for an event in the Google news database, for example, “Coffee Break.”
Google says it’s already making the API available to other schools, universities, and other online platforms.