I thought the Google-a-day was weird because I couldn’t understand the directions;however, I thought it was useful because it tests you to see how well you can perform when under pressure.
S - Public Parks in San Francisco.
E - Public Parks in San Francisco with a covered area and restrooms. Big Field.
A - Parks in San Francisco -private. Parks in “San Francisco” -private.
R - Parks in San Francisco that’s family friendly.
CH - Parks in San Francisco. Parks in San Francisco -private. Parks i San Francisco -private +family friendly.
City I chose: San Francisco.
Name of Park I chose: Golden Gate Park.
URL of Park: http://www.golden-gate-park.com/
SELECT research questions and search tools.
EXTRACT keywords and terms.
APPLY search strategies.
RUN your search.
CHART your search.
My favorite search strategy is that I like narrowing down the words I put in. I like it because it will give you less search results just by being more specific. You can narrow down your search from 7,000,000 to 2,000.
K-I Know that when searching websites I should be specific be using specific words.
W-I want to know if you can limit search results to a extremely low minimum.
Effective: Achieving a desired goal or result.
Efficient: Doing something in a way that saves you time and energy.
Strategy: A course of action designed to help you reach a specific goal or result.
It is important to have strategy when searching the web because then you don’t get overwhelmed with so many search results.
No, I do not think that I have ever used a source that was not a legit source.