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GOOGLE SEARCHTECHNIQUESTEAM 5: PSY459 CyberpsychologyAlex Carlson, Jaclyn Lee Parrott, Rita Vick
Pre-Test (Needs Assessment)10 original respondents, 7 completed theinstruction unit = 70% which met ourmeasurement objective
CYBERLITERACY STUDENT GUIDE
Google News
Google Advanced Search Components5B. Google Advanced Search Exercise (mandatory):https://docs.google.com/a/hawaii.edu/spre...
Google Advanced Search Exercise
Google ScholarNeeds Assessment Results
Google Scholar Tutorial
GS Exercises:Personalization
GS Exercises:Finding (a) Full Text (b) Specific Journals
Google Alerts
Group Search
Group Exercise
Group Work Sample:Perceptions of the Value of the TwoSitesUse of Standard Criteria for Evaluation as Web Resources00.511.5...
Examples: Open-Ended QuestionResults• Google Advanced Searcho “I got over 400,000 results … first two are the wikipedia ar...
CYBERLITERACYEvaluation Survey
Overall, did you find these exercises to beworthwhile? Why or why not? If you could add orchange something about them, wha...
EVALUATION SUMMARY70% or 5 out of 7 deemed instructionworthwhile
One Minute Paper
Takeaways• Ask specific questions that demand one answer• Quantitative results are easier to assess• Minimize the amount o...
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment
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Teaching information technology literacy outcomes assessment

  1. 1. GOOGLE SEARCHTECHNIQUESTEAM 5: PSY459 CyberpsychologyAlex Carlson, Jaclyn Lee Parrott, Rita Vick
  2. 2. Pre-Test (Needs Assessment)10 original respondents, 7 completed theinstruction unit = 70% which met ourmeasurement objective
  3. 3. CYBERLITERACY STUDENT GUIDE
  4. 4. Google News
  5. 5. Google Advanced Search Components5B. Google Advanced Search Exercise (mandatory):https://docs.google.com/a/hawaii.edu/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dHBhbGhfQ0RnQmWithin the Google Advanced Search Exercise, you will be accessing the links listedbelow. They are also listed within the exercise form. You can print out theguides, or open multiple tabs during the process.Google Advanced Search Tools Guide (this should be used during your “GoogleAdvanced Search Exercise” to help you practice using advanced search operators):https://docs.google.com/a/hawaii.edu/document/d/1d4gBWPAxrGf3KtU6njs-nbsdMamAOl5BLTOk5Evaluating Web Resources Criteria Guide (this should be used during your “GoogleAdvanced Search Exercise” to help determine how you will rate your sources):https://docs.google.com/a/hawaii.edu/document/d/1UcLMl__YKt-NSCkPDKwdV0qnO11CZXSEomSE-Z2cN9Q/editAPA Citation Style Guide (this should be used to assist you during the “GoogleAdvanced Search Exercise” to help you cite your sources):
  6. 6. Google Advanced Search Exercise
  7. 7. Google ScholarNeeds Assessment Results
  8. 8. Google Scholar Tutorial
  9. 9. GS Exercises:Personalization
  10. 10. GS Exercises:Finding (a) Full Text (b) Specific Journals
  11. 11. Google Alerts
  12. 12. Group Search
  13. 13. Group Exercise
  14. 14. Group Work Sample:Perceptions of the Value of the TwoSitesUse of Standard Criteria for Evaluation as Web Resources00.511.522.533.544.55RelativeValueAssignedAS1 AS2 AS3 SS1 SS2 SS3Advanced ScholarEvaluation of Google Advanced and Google Scholar Advanced SearchesAuthorityObjectivityAccuracyCurrencyRelevancyUsability
  15. 15. Examples: Open-Ended QuestionResults• Google Advanced Searcho “I got over 400,000 results … first two are the wikipedia articlesabout technostress and cyberpsychology … also a lot of differentsources that … provide definitions of both terms.”• Google Scholar Advanced Searcho “I got 23,200 results. There were more results that discussedtechostress.”• Strengths/Weaknesses of each toolo “Google Advanced Search is better for a basic overview of thetopic while Google Scholar is better for a more in-depthunderstanding.”• Which is the better “discovery” tool for researcho “The Google Scholar Advanced Search would be better forcontent, but Google Advanced Search would be better for …[discovery] … because it is not limited to articles andpublication.”
  16. 16. CYBERLITERACYEvaluation Survey
  17. 17. Overall, did you find these exercises to beworthwhile? Why or why not? If you could add orchange something about them, what would it be?
  18. 18. EVALUATION SUMMARY70% or 5 out of 7 deemed instructionworthwhile
  19. 19. One Minute Paper
  20. 20. Takeaways• Ask specific questions that demand one answer• Quantitative results are easier to assess• Minimize the amount of time students must spend• Provide the fewest exercises possible while stillachieving evidence of successful StudentLearning Outcomes• Qualitative tell us what they actually learn• Pay attention to what you want to assess• Be a minimalist when asking questions: be brief,clear, and specific• Assess yourself

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