How Teens Use Search To Research

Search Engine Watch, Tuesday, November 6, 2012 2:52 PM
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Dan Goodwin cites a Pew research study on how teens primarily use Google and Bing or another search engine to research information, but teachers need to encourage students to go beyond the first citation or results on a page when using search as a research tool. It's part of a teacher's job to instruct students on their research skills. While he points to the study, he highlights several findings, such as the amount of class time that teachers say they spend in class improving search term and query skills.

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