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CONTEXTUALIZED ONLINE SEARCH AND RESEARCH SKILLS

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Dani Pacete

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Transcript of CONTEXTUALIZED ONLINE SEARCH AND RESEARCH SKILLS

Introduction
Research needs and requirements vary with each assignment, project or paper. Although there is no single "right" way to conduct research, certain methods and skills can make your research efforts more efficient and effective
Research is the easiest way to use when you do your assignment it can make your assignment done easily.
Internet research has strengths and weaknesses.
1. CHECK YOUR SOURCES
• Evaluating Web Resources
- Currency -Accuracy
- Authority -Objectively
- Coverage

2. ASK GOOD QUESTIONS
• "The answers you get in the literature depend on the questions you pose." —Margaret Atwood

4. BE PATIENT
Image by Tom Mooring
6 Online Research Skills
CONTEXTUALIZED ONLINE SEARCH AND RESEARCH SKILLS
3. GO BEYOND THE SURFACE
• Persistence by continuing to pursue information to gain a broad perspective.
- SweetSearch Engine
- iSeek
it is a search engine for students, teachers, and administrators.
it draws from the trusted resources from universities, government, and established non-commercial sites.

What is Internet Research?
Internet research has a profound impact on the way ideas are formed and knowledge is created.
Internet research is distinct from library research.
It the systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions.

Internet Research's Strength and Weaknesses
for students
it searches only the 35,000 Web sites that the staff of research experts and librarians and teachers have evaluated and approved when creating the content on findingDulcinea.

Display emotional resilience by persisting in information searching despite challenges.
5. RESPECT OWNERSHIP
Respecting intellectual property rights of creators and produce

6. USE YOUR NETWORKS
Using social networks and information tools to gather and share information.
Strengths
Internet researching is faster than other medium. For example when you searching with the book in the library it takes long time in searching about the topic.
Internet researching will save user’s physical distance. For example you need to go to library and during find the information about topic it will make you spend your physical things.
You can shear information with other people very quickly.
Quality of information also better than other medium.
Strength include speed, immediacy, and a complete disregard for physical distance.

Weaknesses
Possibility of leak someone’s personal information. And it can make negative effect in your life
There is so many incorrect information that we trying to find.
You can get many harmful objects such as advertising.
Weaknesses include unrecognized bias difficulties in verifying a writer’s credentials (and therefore the accuracy or pertinence of the information obtained).
QUIZ
1. Online Safety and Security is the knowledge of maximizing the user’s personal safety and security.
2. Protecting your computer with strong security is the one of the ways to help us secure and protects our computers.
3. Trojans are the example fake antivirus programs
4. Botnets is an infection that will enlist your computer as an agent in fraudster arsenal.
5. Internet research is the systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions.


True or False ( 1 - 5 )
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