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This is the presentation for Evaluating Internet Sources for ISG Jubail Advisory, Dec. 15, 2016.
Posting Messages Post a note to the whole group if your question is about something the whole group should know (assignments, instructions, dates etc.) Send a note only to your teacher if you want to talk about something that doesn’t … Continue reading
What do you notice? Using Advance search techniques is helpful in finsing specific reliable information that you can use. ” ” Quotes = keep words together (-) Subtraction symbol = terms or words you want to exclude (no spaces) … Continue reading
When you search on the Internet it is important to know about the letters after the .DOT They help us decide which sites to select to find out more info on our specific topics. These are examples of top level … Continue reading
Anyone can (and probably will) put anything up on the Internet Unlike traditional print resources, web resources rarely have editors, fact-checkers, and are not usually peer-reviewed (Wikipedia, Gary Paulsen) Currently, no web standards exist to ensure accuracy Look at the … Continue reading