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Entries Tagged as 'Search Tools'

Getting (and giving) the photo credit

May 14th, 2014 · No Comments · Google Tools, Search Tools, Working with photographs

  Finding Images with Google Advanced Image Search http://t.co/lgWUYkKRxs via @SamPatue — Vicki Davis (@coolcatteacher) May 2, 2014 I saw this on Twitter and went to check out the video- Sam Patterson does a nice job in explaining how to find images that student can reuse as well as sharing the attribution information. Here is […]

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How Google works

March 4th, 2013 · No Comments · Search Tools

Here is a link to an interesting to how Google searches.  It might be interesting for students to see how their questions are answered. From Free Technology Teachers.

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It is a commercial, but

March 28th, 2011 · No Comments · Search Tools

This xtranormal video from SweetSearch does make some good points.  While I love and use Google all the time- it is not the only (nor best) way to search.  This might help older students realize that using other resources is important.

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Looking for web literacy tools?

February 23rd, 2011 · No Comments · Search Tools

  Need to educate your students about online safety? How to identify cyber tricks?  Visit the Google Educator site for a series of lesson plans, videos, and classroom activities on web literacy. The site also includes Instructor and teacher handouts as well as presentations to use in class. (from TeachersFirst)

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