Google searches can return thousands of sites. These search results are generally a mixture of trustworthy and untrustworthy , irrelevant and relevant sites. Click on the link below for some simple tips to improve your search queries.
Did you know that you can find specific words on a web page by using the short cut Ctrl F? Did you know that by adding " site:edu "to your search terms ( eg" volcano site:edu") you can refine your search to sites by educational institutions.The following videos,created for Merspi by teacher librarian, Di Ruffles, give more search query tips.
ClickView film on Online Research Skills. Sign in with your School log in details.
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