What is the best way to find information online?
Search engines help you find information on the internet quickly and easily. When searching, use keywords to narrow down the results. Be sure to evaluate information you find online for accuracy and reliability.
Search Engine: A program that searches for information on the internet. It finds web pages that match the search query and displays them in the search results. Keyword: A word or phrase used to describe a particular topic. It is used by search engines to find relevant websites related to the topic. URL: The address of a web page. It is used to locate web pages on the internet.
Do you think searching online is an effective way to find information?
- Yes, it's a great way to find information quickly.
- No, I don't think it's very reliable.
- I'm not sure.
- It depends on what I'm looking for.
Google processes over 3.5 billion searches every day! The first recorded use of the term 'search engine' was in 1997. The average person spends over 2 hours a day searching online.
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See if you can guess what I am searching for...
URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator. It's like an address that shows where a website is located on the internet. The ending of a URL helps us understand what type of website it is. .com (businesses or commercial sites) .org (organizations) .edu (educational sites) .gov (government sites)
URL Endings: What Do They Mean?
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What strategies can you use to identify the most effective keywords for different search scenarios?
Why is it important to choose the right keywords in your search?
What is one tip about online searching that you are going to share with your family?