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Search Tips & Tricks
Transcript of Search Tips & Tricks
Using the following tips will minimize time and frustration.
It may seem like a race but slow down and do it right for the best finished product.
Choose something that interests you then ask yourself...
Topic Selection and Refinement
Think Outside the Box!
What's in a URL?
Google Advanced Search
I'll applaud anyone who get's this reference...
might publish information about it?
Who is affected by the topic?
Do you know of organizations or institutions affiliated with the topic?
are the major questions for this topic?
Is there a debate about the topic?
Are there a range of issues and viewpoints to consider?
is your topic important: at the local, national or international level?
Are there specific places affected by the topic?
is/was your topic important?
Is it a current event or an historical issue?
Do you want to compare your topic by time periods?
did you choose the topic? Do you have an opinion about the issues involved?
Write down the topic or subject of your paper in a sentence.
Cross out the words that aren’t important to the topic.
Circle the words that are most important in your sentence.
List the words:
Choose other words:
Icebergs (maybe just ice)
AND = All results with Modernism AND Poetry
OR = Results on Modernism OR Poetry
NOT = Results on Modernism NOT Poetry
Words “in quotes” will appear together!
Use these symbols to search many forms of the same word!
.com – commercial website
.gov – government
.edu – educational
.org – organization