Mon, 2014-02-03 11:13
We all know how to Google, right? Wrong.
Why do certain sites always appear at the top of the results page? How can you use Google to find images to enhance your presentations? What advanced search techniques will eliminate the junk and get you what you need? These are just some of the issues that Gina Kessler Lee will address at the next Ask a Librarian workshop. Gina is the Library's Information Literacy librarian, and is a certified Google Power Searcher (seriously, it's a thing). Save the date to learn how to get more out of Google!
Wednesday, February 19, 2014, 1-2 pm in the Wildenradt Theatre, 2nd floor of the Library
Search well, I did not. Yoda, Jedi Master
I could have gone flying through space forever, but I wanted to learn how to search using Google. Yuri Gagarian, Soviet astronaut
Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known. Carl Sagan, Scientist
Questions about this workshop in particular? Anything in particular you want to learn? Contact Gina Kessler Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org, or extension 4413.
Questions about why we do these workshops every month?
Contact Sue Birkenseer at email@example.com, or extension 4255.
See the downloads below for the slides and handout from this session.