Monday, August 13, 2018

2017 LIBR: This blog is curated: How to use search to find things. Digital smarts


This blog is curated: 
How to use search 
to find things

Digital smarts include knowing how to find things easily and knowing how to make it easy for others to find things in your publications (blogs or scholarly articles).  Here are some tips.
Key word list 


Note search-in-site bar, upper left
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  • Some of these features may not be offered except in Blogger
  • Search on page:  Ctrl f,  put search term in bar, upper middle.
  • Works in Chrome, may work in other browsers.
  • List important terms at the top of an article to show readers what to search for.

Help your readers search your blog

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More after the break
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Metaverse events, recent and upcoming

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Search for research

Key word search 

  • Key word list at the end, right column -- scroll down.
  • The number of entries is given next to the word.   
  • A large number means you may get a lot of results,
  • Note that you can get the results time-ordered.  
  • You may want time-ordered, most recent first.

Help your readers search your blog

Google search tips

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License

  • Original text in this blog is CC By: unless specified public domain
  • Use as you please with attribution: link to the original.
  • All images without attribution in this blog are CC0: public domain.
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  • Full virtual worlds are a bigger experience but need extra software installed.

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          • Selby Evans in Kitely, Thinkerer Melville in Second Life
          • Lauren is funny
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