Over the years I’ve written about advanced web search strategies shared by Daniel Russel. And I’ve written about alternative search engines that have come and gone over the years. But often times students don’t have to dive into complex strategies and databases in order to find a lot of great information. In the slides embedded below I have outlined some simple search strategies that can be powerful when students remember to employ them.
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