Most young people are familiar with the basics of using a search engine like Google to find learning content. But the way in which they use Google and other search engines depends on their experience with advanced searches and those who have taught them search skills. Teachers and librarians are good sources of skill training. Librarians often have the know-how to properly search for information, instead of just punching in key words. They can also help students find learning content that is not available on the web.
Google is the most widely used search engine, though there are many others. Though branching out and using other search engines is wise, if one wants to stick to Google alone, you might want to take a look at an “Extreme Googling” cheat sheet to enhance your learning content gathering experience.
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