Searching the Internet

Question 1

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content words

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Boolean words

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important words

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keywords

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Question 2

An article that only presents one point of view or omits facts is biased.

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False
Question 3

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a directory search like Yahoo

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a single search engine like Google.

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a meta search site like Dogpile

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Question 4

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You check to see if the information is accurate

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You confirm that the author or site an authority on the subject.

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You check to see if the information is current

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You do as many of the above as possible.

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You check to see if the author has been objective

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Question 5

With so much information on the Internet you are more likely to find what you need.

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True
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False
Question 6

Better looking the web sites are more likely to have information that is correct.

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False
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Question 7

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it is better to use as many significant words as possible

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it is better to use only one word.

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it is better to write a complete sentence.

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Question 8

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or, maybe, not

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maybe, not

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and, or, maybe

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and, or, not

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