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  • Chris will introduce discussion
  • IPADS! I will help them log in, Chris will organize the posts, then facilitate the sharing---one you find effecitve or one you didn’t know about
  • Chris
  • Google Smart Powerpoint

    1. 1. Information Overload?
    2. 2. 50 BillionEstimated number of web pages in Google’s Index Source:
    3. 3. 4.5 Million 3.7 Million 2009 2011Source:
    4. 4. 150,000 new URLS (websites) created DAILYSource:
    5. 5. 152 Million# of BLOGS (personal journals) on the internet Source:
    6. 6. 48 Hours per Minute  Amount of video uploaded to YouTube in 2011 Source:
    7. 7. So what does this mean to youas a student RESEARCHER? TALK with a partner and list: 2 2
    8. 8. How do you sort through the garbage? Share a tip you already know about good internet research.
    9. 9. log ontowww.hhsninthgraderesearch
    10. 10. Search Smart The WWW of searching the WWW
    11. 11. Evaluating the WWWWHO put the information there and how do I know they are credible?WHEN was the information updated?WHAT information is there? Is it thorough, accurate and helpful to my research?
    12. 12. Who is behind the information?Identify their CREDIBILITY and AUTHORITY on the topic at hand.If you can’t answer this, don’t use the site.TIPS: Look for “About” or “About Us” or a link to author information. Dig deeper and look for BIAS with “Our Mission” or similar links.
    13. 13. Find the Who   How are these sites alike? How are they different?
    14. 14. Check the URL.gov-- a government sponsored website—usually very reliable. .org -- an organization sponsored website --- sometimes reliable, but watch for BIAS. Use discretion. .edu – an educational institution sponsored website--- watch for a ~ symbol which means a personal page (like a student). Use discretion. .com – commercially sponsored site—can be reliable, but may be biased. Use discretion..net – a site sponsored by a network service– sometimes reliable--could be a personal page. Use discretion.
    15. 15. Whenwas the site last updated? One of the benefits of the web is that it is constantly updated with new information. Make sure you are getting the latest!
    16. 16. Find the When ws/2003/05/58861 448330/generation-text-teens-and-cell- phonesWhy does it matter in this case?
    17. 17. Whatinformation is on the site? Does it appear to be accurate and thorough? Does it support your research? This usually takes some detective work to figure out.
    18. 18. Investigate the What
    19. 19. WHAT Investigative Tips it look#1-Get a first impression: Doesprofessional?#2-Consider the title of the page: What is thefocus?#3-Browse the content: Read part of the site.#4-Identify the “WHO”Are they credible?#5-Explore a little deeper: Investigate links, tabs,pictures, etc.#6-Make a judgment: Should it be used to support
    20. 20. Put Your Skills to WorkInvestigate the WHO, WHEN and WHAT.Make a judgment and support your reason.
    21. 21. Are youSmart?
    22. 22. 50,000,000,000 That’s 50 BILLION possibilitiesLady Gaga
    23. 23. Search Tip: 3 things to avoid #3
    24. 24. Search Tips: Things to DO Combine specific key words Lady Gaga Influence Lady Gaga Impact Lady Gaga Teenagers Influence
    25. 25. Search Tips: Things to DOPreview before clicking! The URL (who) The Summary (what)
    26. 26. Search Tips: Things to DOUse quotations to find exactphrases“influence of Lady Gaga”“contributions of Lady Gaga”
    27. 27. Search Tips: Things to DOUSE Advanced SearchAllows you to searchonly for specificdomains (, .gov, etc) andmany other ways tocontrol your Googleresults.
    28. 28. Your Turn!Brainstorm on some search queries foryour research topic. Try each tip at leastonce. • Combine specific search terms • Ex: lady gaga contributions society • Use direct “quotations” • Ex: “lady gaga’s influence” • Use Google Advanced Search • Search for .edu, .gov, etc.