By the end of this lesson you will be able to:
Check audio on your computer or have headphones ready.
Did you know there is an easy way to search by type of website (or domain)?
Use Google Advanced Search to do just that.
Finding .EDU and .GOV sites will take no time at all!
Step 1: Type your search into a regular Google search box.
Step 2: Look to the right of the search box. Click on the Settings icon.
Step 3: Scroll down and select Advanced Search.
Step 4: Halfway down the page there is an open box called Site or Domain. Type in the domain you want to limit to. Ex: .gov, .edu, .org
You can also look for images or content that is licensed specifically to be shared. This is helpful if adding images to a presentation.
Follow the steps above to get to the Advanced Search.
Look at the bottom of the form for Usage Rights. Change the selection to: Free to Use or Share.
In the library we get this question all the time. Watch the video to learn more about how Wikipedia is viewed academically.
To help determine of you are looking at a credible website use this checklist to ask questions about the website. If you can't find the answers to most of these questions, then it may be best to look for another website.
Watch this short video to learn how to apply the evaluation criteria to your sources.