What’s in Common? – A Search Lesson
Every week he posts an intriguing search obstacle for readers then supplies the responses a few days later. A few years ago he published a challenge called
Whats In Common? In the years since, Ive used various adjustments of that obstacle to assist trainees discover and practice utilizing a variety of search tools and techniques.
The Whats In Common? difficulty asks you to recognize the shared characteristics of 2 or more images, occasions, and or situations. In Dans original post he asked readers to discover the commonness in between three floods and he asked readers to find the commonalities in between 3 plants.
What do these 2 have in common besides being pet dogs?
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In addition to his blog, Dan Russell has an excellent book entitled
The Joy of Search. That book is packed with ideas for ending up being a better users of search engines..
Every week he publishes an interesting search obstacle for readers then offers the responses a couple of days later on. The difficulties vary in problem, however I always find out something from them regardless of how tough they are. A couple of years ago he published a difficulty called
I may make one challenge based on checking out the material of websites that trainees find while browsing and make another obstacle based on being able to find and utilize the meta data in images.
Applications for Education
What I like about the
Whats In Common? difficulty is that I can make it as easy or as challenging as I require it to be based upon my trainees present ability levels. I may make one obstacle based on checking out the material of web pages that trainees find while browsing and make another difficulty based on being able to discover and use the meta data in images.