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  • 1. Searching in
    Jacqui Sharp 2011
  • 2. Type in keywords
    Google’s instant search will start suggesting other keywords for you to use.
  • 3. Let’s try the More Search Tools
  • 4. Sites with images finds websites with lots of images to do with your search.
  • 5. Use the Wonder Wheel when you have difficulty thinking of keywords.
  • 6. Timeline will put events in order according to what your keywords are.
  • 7. You want to go back to that site you saw a few searches ago but forgot to bookmark it? Click on visited pages to see the sites you have visited recently.
  • 8. You would like to see some sites that you haven’t seen but don’t want to go scrolling through the ones you have seen… Click on Not yet Visited!
  • 9. See what other countries are saying about your topic by clicking on Translated foreign pages.
  • 10. Click on Advanced Search to refine your search.
  • 11. Click on Images.
    You can refine your search by choosing only photos, or clip art or line drawings.
  • 12. Instead of going to Youtube, click on the Video choice. Less likely to see inappropriate sites with your search terms.
  • 13. Find out what is being reported in the newspapers.
  • 14. See what books are available.
  • 15. Find Maps on your search terms.
  • 16. Find out what Bloggers are saying.
  • 17. Find out in Realtime what the social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook are saying.
  • 18. See what discussions there has been on your topic.