Intermediate Computers Module 3: Search Engine Navigation

A detailed introduction to search engines and how to search them effectively.

The Internet is a global collection of networks, both big and small. These networks connect together in many different ways to form the single entity known as the Internet. In fact, the name comes from this idea of Interconnected networks. Since its beginning in 1969, the Internet has grown from four host computer systems to tens of millions. The good news about the Internet and its most visible component, the World Wide Web, is that there are hundreds of millions of pages available, waiting to present information on a huge variety of topics.
But when you need to know about a particular subject, how do you know which pages to read? If you’re like most people, you visit an Internet search engine.

Course Goals

  1. Understand how search engines work.
  2. Learn the techniques to broaden or narrow your search.
  3. Know how to find the information you are looking for using Google advanced search.

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