Learning in a digital age/LiDA101/Select open resources/Advanced search
- Read the Google advanced search operators cheat sheet and try a few searches using the operators.
- Use the Google search operators (you enter these directly into the search text area) to:
- Identify at least ten pdf documents which have Open Educational Resources in their titles. (Are they all accessible for download?)
- Find a pdf version of the editorial entitled: Scholarship and literacies in a digital age (Who are the authors?).
- Find the article with the following citation in text: the term digital literacies is contested with differing uses of the term revealing competing and even contradictory theoretical perspectives (Who is the author?)
- Visit the Google Advanced Search web interface:
- Conduct a search for digital literacies and scan the results
- Go back to the Google Advanced Search web interface and remove words from the search, for example "skills" or "school" and compare the results.
- Click on tools and find results for the date range 1 May 2016 to 1 May 2017
- Click on images and find versions which are licensed for reuse with modification (useful when sourcing images for your course blog with the necessary legal permissions for reuse).