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  • 1. Cheryl Lykowski Power Search with Google image from J. Lee
  • 2. contact me:contact me: web2.0explorer@gmail.comweb2.0explorer@gmail.com http://www.techconferenchttp://www.techconferences.wikispaces.comes.wikispaces.com image from J. Lee
  • 3. Google Search image from J. Lee
  • 4. How well do you know ?
  • 5. Google Search Support image from J. Lee
  • 6. Safe Search image from J. Lee
  • 7. Avoid using the, I, are, be, from, when, and where. chicken soup is the same as chicken and soup image from J. Lee
  • 8. Using OR broadens your search. Use more descriptive words. image from J. Lee
  • 9. Using the tilde (~) in front of a keyword tells Google to search for that keyword plus its synonyms. image from J. Lee And now for some POWer Searching!
  • 10. Images image from J. Lee
  • 11. Search Operator: image from J. Lee
  • 12. Filetypes image from J. Lee
  • 13. Site image from J. Lee
  • 14. Operators within Image Searches image from J. Lee
  • 15. It is important to notice that you should not have a space between the minus sign and the term. In effect, if you search for [salsa - dancing] with that space there, you are just saying [salsa dancing]. You are now starting to emphasize that term which is probably not what you meant. Keep the minus sign touching the term you are trying exclude and you will get the effect you want. Effective: [salsa -dancing] Ineffective: [salsa - dancing]
  • 16. Can’t Get Enough Google? image from J. Lee
  • 17. More
  • 18. Even More
  • 19. Calculator image from J. Lee
  • 20. In the Google search box, enter the equation as it is written.
  • 21. Google Glossary image from J. Lee
  • 22. Begin your search with the word ‘define’ and then the term(s) you are wanting defined.
  • 23. Recipes image from J. Lee
  • 24. What’s for dinner?
  • 25. Still Can’t Get Enough? image from J. Lee
  • 26. http://www.google.com/insidesear
  • 27. http://www.demoslam.com/
  • 28. Google Art Project Travel the world’s museums with just a click! http://googleartproject.com
  • 29. Drag and drop an unknown image from desktop (or from where it is saved), to Google Image Search bar to search information about that photo.
  • 30. http://agoogleaday.com/
  • 31. The longer it takes to answer the question, the fewer points you earn.
  • 32. Google Advanced Search
  • 33. Google Advanced Search (continued)
  • 34. http://www.googleguide.com/
  • 35. image from J. Lee Questions? Comments?
  • 36. image from J. Lee Thank You! Mucho Gracias! Merci!
  • 37. contact me:contact me: web2.0explorer@gmail.comweb2.0explorer@gmail.com http://www.techconferences.wikispaces.comhttp://www.techconferences.wikispaces.com image from J. Lee