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Ricerche Internet 1. Come funzionano i motori di ricerca e Google. Lesson Plans – Search Education – Google. Picking the right search terms Beginner Pick the best words to use in academic searching, whether students are beginning with a full question or a topic of just a few words.

Lesson Plans – Search Education – Google

View lesson Advanced Explore "firm" and "soft" search terms, and practice using context terms to locate subject-specific collections of information on the web. Understanding search results Learn about the different parts of the results page, and about how to evaluate individual results based on cues like web addresses and snippets. Engage additional search strategies, such as generalization and specialization. Narrowing a search to get the best results Apply filtering tools and basic "operators" to narrow search results.

Compare results for basic searches with ones that use operators to discover the impact the right operator has at the right time. Searching for evidence for research tasks Evaluating credibility of sources Consider, tone, style, audience, and purpose to determine the credibility of a source. Culture. Google Tips, Tricks & Hacks. Sulla valutazione delle risorse internet. IMPARARE ED INSEGNARE A VALUTARE CRITICAMENTE Riflessioni ed esperienze nate da un corso di perfezionamento sulla valutazione delle risorse Internet di Lucia Speranza.

Sulla valutazione delle risorse internet

Imparare a cercare su Google in 5 mosse ~ Il comandamento numero uno dell’insegnante che lavora con la Rete dovrebbe essere: “Non darò per scontata la capacità di cercare informazioni su Internet“ Il peccato collegato al suddetto comandamento affonda le sue radici in due fattori: si crede che chiunque sappia utilizzare un motore di ricerca; noi stessi crediamo di saperlo utilizzare correttamente.

Imparare a cercare su Google in 5 mosse ~

In realtà i nostri alunni difficilmente sanno come utilizzare al meglio questo straordinario strumento, e spesso e volentieri anche noi non sappiamo come aiutarli a trovare le migliori informazioni possibili. Non è assolutamente un compito da sottovalutare. Introduction to searching online In today's world, more and more things are done online.

Even if you don't consider yourself a computer person, you now need computer skills in order to conduct research, shop online, keep in touch with family, and more. The ability to search for information online is one of the most important information literacy skills you can possess. By improving your search skills, you can find what you're looking for more quickly without having to sift through tons of irrelevant results. Throughout this tutorial, we'll give you some information literacy strategies to help you improve your searches and evaluate your results to find the most reliable information.

Watch the video to learn the right approach to finding things online. A closer look If you watched the video above, you know that with the right strategy you can tackle even the most difficult searches. Basic Search Strategies. Search Better: All About Online Search. Zeef: setacciare il Web con un colino. 1.

Zeef: setacciare il Web con un colino

5 Ways to Use Google Reverse Image Search. November 30, 2014 Google reverse image search allows you to use your images to search for similar images in the web.

5 Ways to Use Google Reverse Image Search

This is a great way for students to search for information about images they have. They can also use it to identify and learn about objects they pictured in a field trip. "Search by image works best when the image is likely to show up in other places on the web. So you’ll get more results for famous landmarks than you will for personal images like your latest family photo.

" A- Chrome. 5 Safe Search Engines for Kids. Fare ricerche in rete: 10 dritte per riuscirci – Metodo 84. Giusto per fare un esempio: a fine 1999, cercando la parola creatività con Virgilio (Google era appena nato e non era ancora così conosciuto) si trovavano 319 risultati.

Fare ricerche in rete: 10 dritte per riuscirci – Metodo 84

Nel 2004, cercando creatività con Google se ne trovavano oltre 604.000 (nel caso vi chiedeste come faccio a saperlo: ho conservato i dati). Oggi chi cerca creatività con Google trova 11.400.000 risultati. Se invece si cerca con Google creativity si trovano 209 milioni di risultati. Dentro c’è di tutto: definizioni, studi scientifici, annunci di eventi, articoli divulgativi, teorie sballate, recensioni, trucchi per diventare più creativi in tre minuti, pizzerie creative, uncinetto e bricolage, roba recente mescolata con roba di dieci anni fa. The Missing Link to Open Educational Resources: A Search Engine.

Andrew Carnegie believed “There is not such a cradle of democracy upon the earth as a free public library, this republic of letters, where neither rank, office nor wealth receives the slightest consideration.”

The Missing Link to Open Educational Resources: A Search Engine

To actualize this belief, he donated over $60 million to build 1,689 public libraries in the U.S. in the beginning of the 20th century. His money built the structures while the communities furnished the books and committed money to maintain the facilities. The coupling of public libraries with public education provided robust opportunities and access to an organized collection of free resources. The 21st century equivalent of libraries is the Internet – a huge, free digital repository of knowledge. But the same connection to public education has not been developed. My school district, Mineola UFSD, on Long Island, is in its fifth year of an 1:1 iPad initiative.

To be successful this teacher makerspace would need three specific features.

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