Effective Internet search skills are essential with the compounding amount of information available on the web. In my work as an Extension professional with USU I have noticed that many of my colleagues and clients lack the skills necessary to effectively navigate the Internet and locate needed information.
Here are three factsheets I co-authored to help you improve your search skills:
Google Search Basics
Google Search Operators
Google Search Techniques
Knowledge is no longer something we possess, it's now something we access. The Internet requires highly developed skills to access and interpret information. Relevant information is not the same as specific information.
It's truly a privilege to be involved in Southern Utah Code Camp. The event is incredible and the people I work with to make it happen are wonderful.
Code Camp is a programming, design and entrepreneurship contest all rolled up into a ridiculously compressed 24-hour event. While all 224 programmers were coding away I decided that it would be a good use of my time to crank out a video that explains what the event is all about and why we do it each year.
Here, I made this.
Paul Hill, Ph.D.
I design, plan, and evaluate economic development programs for Utah State University.
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