How to search in Google April 2013


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How to search in Google April 2013

  1. 1. *Jacqui Sharp 2013
  2. 2. * Google’s instant search will start suggesting other keywords for you to use.
  3. 3. Let’s try the More Search Tools
  4. 4. Sites with images finds websites with lots ofimages to do with your search.
  5. 5. See what other countries aresaying about your topic by clicking on Translated foreign pages.
  6. 6. Select Reading Level and you can see how many sites are Basic (suitable for primary students)
  7. 7. Select Verbatim and Google will search for the exact keywords
  8. 8. Select Dictionary and find web definitions for words
  9. 9. Click on Images. Click on a graphic to see more information
  10. 10. This will tell you the size of the graphic, a link to the website where thegraphic is, view the original image which will give you a jpg URL. View info will give you similar images and other websites where the image is.
  11. 11. Click on Search Tools.You can refine your search by choosing size, colour and type.
  12. 12. Click on More and choose any of the following options. For each option click on Search Toolsto refine your search.
  13. 13. Click on News. Find out what is being reported in the newspapers using your keywords. Click on Search tools to refine the search even further.
  14. 14. Instead of going straight to Youtube, click on the Video choice. You are less likely to see inappropriate sites with your search terms. Click on Search tools to refine your search more.
  15. 15. Click on the Books choice. Click on Search tools to refine your search more.
  16. 16. Click on the Places choice. Click on Search tools to refine the places to search in.
  17. 17. Click on the Blogs choice. Click on Search tools to refine the search.
  18. 18. Click on Discussions. See what discussions there has been on your topic.
  19. 19. Click on Applications. See what apps are available on your topic.
  20. 20. Click on Advanced Search to refine your search.
  21. 21. More Advanced Search terms
  22. 22. Web History. If you have signed in Google youcan track your whole history of searches with Google.