Learn how to harness the power of googling in the infographic below.
These three tools may help you find more resources than just using a Google.com search!
Google Books allows you to search the full text of books. You can search, browse books online, or buy or borrow books.
Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature and helps you find relevant work across the world of scholarly research.
Google Newspaper Archives is an extension of Google News and provides free access to scanned archives of newspapers and links to other newspaper archives on the web, both free and paid.
The three short YouTube videos below were created by Free Tech for Teachers and provide overviews on these tools. Check them out and learn some new search tricks!
We all know that correct posture, regular breaks and proper adjustment of equipment can help prevent stresses on our bodies, carpal tunnel syndrome, vision problems, and back or neck pain. But we also get busy or lazy and forget these things until our bodies remind us! Tina found these quick YouTube videos with basic tips for Smartphone Ergonomics & Safety and Healthy Computer Ergonomics. Click play to see how a few, simple modifications can make a big difference!
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“Good punctuation is crucial for successful academic writing. Many students’ essays use little punctuation beyond commas and full stops. But to be restricted to just two forms of punctuation mark, when writing your essay, is like building a house using only a hammer and a saw: you can do it; but not very well. By learning to use more, or all, of the available forms of punctuation you will be able to communicate and express your ideas, and arguments, more clearly.”
Learn about the available forms of punctuation in this Rough Guide to Punctuation prepared by The Learning Centre at the University of New South Wales.
For a little more humor, you may want to check out Mashable’s 16 Unfortunate Misuses of Punctuation.
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More helpful tips can be found in Laszlo Bock’s article Five Errors That Immediately Get Your Resume Rejected at Google.