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Why Do I Need Searching Tools?
Searchsuffia If you feel that you can answer “YES” to the following questions, you are suffering from what we call Searchsuffia.
Searchsuffia Acute inability to find what the diligent web user is searching for on the Internet.
Searchsuffia Millions of people waste precious time and energy looking for information on the Internet without the proper searching tools to help be more effective Internet searchers.
Do you ever go into the Internet and plan to only spend a small amount of time looking for something and spend much longer than you intended trying to find one thing?
Are you ever frustrated by your inability to search for more than one topic at a time?
Have you ever felt overwhelmed by all the miscellaneous information available on the Internet?
Have you ever tried to use a search engine and not gotten the results you wanted?
Do you get frustrated at how long it takes for you to narrow down your Internet searches to specifically what you need?
ONLINE RESOURCES. QUESTION Do you ever go onto the Internet and plan to only spend a small amount of time looking for something and spend much longer.
ONLINE RESOURCES. QUESTION Do you ever go into the Internet and plan to only spend a small amount of time looking for something and spend much longer.
Topic 1Topic 2Topic 3Topic 4Topic
1 Web Search What is a keyword? 2 Thinking What makes a webpage relevant to you? 3 Web Search/Thinking Does the number of words you type into.
STIMULATE Spend time going through the major topic – Just immerse in main topic looking at everything possible. Have Fun.
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Summer reading 2013 (abbreviated overview). What does summer reading achieve? Youth increase the amount they read Youth increase their reading comprehension.
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Search Satisfaction July Searchers vs Non-Searchers Customer Satisfaction level for July 1 through July 20 Satisfaction ScoreSample Size Used Search41166.
A process of taking your best guesses. Companies have web sites where you can access your information.
Internet Power Searching Finding Pearls in a Zillion Grains of Sand By Amelia Kassel Found in “Technical Communication” on page 198.
The World Wide Web: Information Resource. Hock, Randolph. The Extreme Searcher’s Internet Handbook. 2 nd ed. CyberAge Books: Medford. (2007). Internet.
The Internet The advantages and disadvantages. What are the advantages of the Internet as a source of information? It can be accessed from anywhere.
LOGO 1. Task: Know something about life online 2. Study Points: some phrases about online; enable Ss to talk about the.
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Question # 1 For $100 15$1,000,000 14$500,000 13$250,000 12$125,000 11$64,000 10$32,000 9$16,000 8$8,000 7$4,000 6$2,000 5$1,000 4$500 3$300 2$200 1$100.
SEARCHING ON THE INTERNET You will be searching on the Internet a great deal. Learn how to make the most of your online experience.
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BEGIN. One of the most important things to consider when choosing a science fair topic is to choose something that you are interested in. Whether it be.
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