I am really excited about this series on How to Search Google. Whenever I take teachers through this training in a live event they are always amazed at the number of tools that are available. Even though a number of tools have now been removed with the closure of Google Labs there are still ways to search Google in a way that filters out the irrelevant results and reduces the random nature in which our students conduct their searches.
This post will serve as a table of contents and a way to quickly find the information or tip you are looking for.
As always, if you have any questions please just ask in the comment section and I will make sure that I cover it either as a reply or in a separate post.
- The 1 thing you need to know & do before you get started
- How to conduct a basic search
- How to conduct an advanced search
- How to find related search terms
- How to narrow your search results using the reading level tool
For a step by step guide on how to develop a search strategy for your students that will ensure that they are receiving the most relevant results CLICK HERE