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Research 101 - Effective Research with Google

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Research 101 - Effective Research with Google

  1. 1. Research 101 effective research with googleCreated by Andrew McCarthy - Digital Literary Coach (Dover)November 2011 anm@uwcsea.edu.sg
  2. 2. Keywords U se be tha t descri 3-4 ke y words ese are the Try to add oIdentify . Th o king for the r subtract u are lo unlock keywords to what yo ct as ke ys to refine you se arch. ch a wo rds whi tion i nforma
  3. 3. Use Google Rea ding Levels Filter informatio n to Beginner or Intermediate Rea ding levels to suit your level of understanding.
  4. 4. Preview in G oogle; Find in Safa riScan pages, us ing the previeUse the Comm w panel, and + Find funsearch for wor ction to ds within docu ments.
  5. 5. Check websites for reliabilityRemember to check websites for authenticity. Can you find the following... •Who is the author or sponsor of •Can you check any of the pages the page references? •Is contact information provided •Are there lots of adverts and •Is the website still alive? popups?
  6. 6. Qwiki - An alternative way to find information
  7. 7. Sources: Google Doodle - Teachers Day China, Sept 10 2011 http://www.google.com/logos/logos11-3.html Google for Educators - Posters http://www.google.com/educators/posters.html Qwiki - An alternative way to find information http://www.qwiki.com/q/Barack_ObamaCreated by Andrew McCarthy - Digital Literary Coach (Dover)November 2011 anm@uwcsea.edu.sg

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