Posts Tagged ‘Google search’:

Using features of Google Search & the new Research Panel in Docs

I’ve started creating some simple screencasts of different ways you can effectively use Google search and Google Apps for Education for teachers and librarians.  This first video showcases the “preview panel” in the Search results panel as well as filtering the results using the sidebar and “related searches”.  Too often I see students looking at

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Tech Tip Tuesday – Google Search Features

Google Search Features – Part 2 Did you know that Google has many special features that will allow you to easily get information you need right from the search bar? Here a few you might find useful: Weather:  Want to know what the weather is in your favorite city? Simply type “weather” followed by the

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Tech Tip Tuesday – Basic Google Search

Teaching Your Students About Search – Part 1 Google offers many different tools to help “organize the  the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful,” however Google is primarily recognized as a “search engine.” While searching seems like a natural skill to have, a user can improve their results by knowing a few

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