Searching the internet for reliable and current sources can be a challenge. Following the steps below can help you effectively find and evaluate websites.
•Select a Search Engine
Which search engine are you going to use? (For example: Google, Bing, Yahoo)
•Construct Search Terms and Phrase
What are you going to search? Avoid generic terms and phrasing.
•Evaluate the Results
Finding information is usually the easy part. The hard part is deciding what is considered a good source and what you should use. Check out the Website Evaluations page for some tips!
An Internet list of links to a multitude of interest groups.
This site shows ads from the 1952-2012 presidential candidates. Just click on the year and the candidates ads for that year will pop up for viewing.
On this website there are four videos and three stories about liberty and security. Each one shows the advantages and disadvantages for favoring one over the other.
This is the official website for the Donald Trump.
This information from Office may help you learn about creating PowerPoint presentations.
Click your way through the presentation below about making a Prezi, a video presentation that uses motion, zoom and spatial relationships to bring your ideas to life and make you a great presenter. At the end is a place to sign up for an account.
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