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Tony Karrer

This post likely will be quite a bit different because I'm convinced that most people have used different search tools enough that they are pretty comfortable with their current search behaviors. Other Than Google My first recommendation is not to always default to Google.

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eLearning: Google Gets Into Online Learning with "Power Searching with Google" Course

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by AJ George  I have recently written about  how to use Google to search for eLearning images you can actually use  and  how to search specific websites using Boolean operators in Google search queries. Those  Those skills, however, are just the tip of the Google search iceberg.

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Google Wonder Wheel & Other Search Options

Experiencing eLearning

OK, apparently I have been oblivious in the last few months, because I didn’t even realize that Google had added a whole new set of search options. Click “Show options&# on any Google search results page to see what’s there. Google Wonder Wheel.

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Google Real Time Search

eLearning Cyclops

Google is launching its Real Time Search [youtube [link]. e-Learning

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9 Google Search Hacks to Make eLearning Development A Whole Lot Easier

eLearning Brothers

The answer to almost all your eLearning questions are in Google, but you need to know how to find them. This post will go over how to find the eLearning problems with Google search. 1 Search Phrases or the Exact Order of Words. 3 Ask Google to Search a Specific Author.

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Adobe RoboHelp: Submit Sitemaps to Google

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

After you create a sitemap, you need to tell search engines where they can find your sitemap so that they can use it to index your site. Here is how to submit your sitemap to Google: Go to the  Google Webmaster Tools  page and log in using your Google account.

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Rapid eLearning Search [Stupid Google Results]

Tony Karrer

I did a search for rapid eLearning and the following is a screen shot showing the results with arrows added for one that I really don’t understand. It’s NOT because of personalized search. This is stupid but struck me funny.

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Adobe RoboHelp 9: External Content Search

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

The two most commonly used features in a Help System are typically the Index and Search tabs. One of the limitations of the Search feature has always been the inability to hook specific URLs to Search terms. In the Search Terms field, type webdrive. by Kevin Siegel.

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Why do searches on e-Learning terms drop dramatically?

Challenge to Learn

Searches on Google on some e-Learning related terms are dropping year by year: searches on Instructional design for example dropped by 80% since 2005. Google trends shows a drop of 80% on searches on Instructional design in the past decade or so.

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Awesome New Search Tool

Bottom-Line Performance

I found this search tool completely by accident last week. Middlespot is geared to researchers and functions in a way that is very different from Google. First, it organizes my past searches so that I can see them listed out every time I go to website.

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Google Blog Search Fix Coming

Tony Karrer

As I reported in Google Blog Search Problems , Google seems to have included the full text of blog pages (including blog rolls) in their blog search. I just saw this post which both confirms that Google changed something which is causing the problem and that then intend to fix it. According to Jeremy Hylton of the Google Blog Search team , they now index the full content of the page.

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When Google Lets You Down 

InSync Training

So you Google it, of course. However, if you had asked me for resources to learn about the concept of learning ecosystems, the immediate recommendations that come to my mind are not found even in the first three pages of that search result. Consider this scenario.

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Learn a New Skill: Master Google Search

OpenSesame

Not that finding information is outrageously difficult, but learning to search for information quickly and effectively takes skill. As we increasingly rely on search engines like Google to find information and tackle projects, learning the tricks of the trade can be invaluable. Here are the top five Google Search tips that can help you dramatically improve your searching and save valuable time: . Learn Search Modifiers. Learn Search Qualifiers.

Power Searching with Google

Jay Cross

Search is like driving a car. Google just opened enrollment for an online course, Power Searching with Google. I signed up for several reasons: I’m insanely curious and search the web many times a day. I wanted to see Google’s instructional design.

eLearning: Google Goggles Update

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by AJ George  I wrote an article about   Google releasing an app called Google Goggles for Android  nearly two years ago. My feeling at the time was that in the right environment, Google Goggles could be used to scan images in real time and receive just-in-time learning on the go. Now that it's had some time to develop and work out the kinks,  Google has improved Google Goggles with its 1.7

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Social network begins where google search stops!

ID Reflections

Why do searches on e-Learning terms drop dramatically?

Challenge to Learn

Searches on Google on some e-Learning related terms are dropping year by year: searches on Instructional design for example dropped by 80% since 2005. Google trends shows a drop of 80% on searches on Instructional design in the past decade or so.

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Kids Search

Tony Karrer

The most recent aha is the learning associated with kids search behavior. So, for my kids search has become the starting point for a lot and they know that define: and Wikipedia provide starting points.

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Is it mLearning when you Learn from doing a Google Search on a Mobile Device?

mLearning Revolution

Here’s one tweet in particular that got me thinking and eventually inspired this follow-up post: @ rjacquez If you google something on your mobile device while trying to solve a problem and get the answer.

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The Google Effect

Learningtogo

I recently heard a term that was new to me, “ The Google Effect.” I googled it. It turns out that there’s been quite a lot of research into the effects of online search on our brains and our apparent decline in the ability to remember things.

Conversation Searches

Tony Karrer

What are Conversation Searches? During those presentations, I'll mention what are sometimes called "vanity searches." These searches look for any mention of your name, company, URLs across blogs and other sites. For me, these searches primarily allow me to see what people are saying in response to something that I've put out there. So, I think of these searches as conversation searches, not vanity searches.

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Mobile Photo Search: The learning potential

Bottom-Line Performance

Dear Google, what can’t you do??? This week Google announced the launch of Google Goggles. It’s a mobile app for android phones that allows you to complete internet searches based on a photo you take with your smart phone.

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Top 3 E-Learning Programs To Become A Power Searcher

Learnnovators

Hence, mastering search skills is one of the most important skills in today’s workplace. 43.78% of Internet users visit Google daily. Any particular visitor visits Google 13.5 times in a given day; he/she stays on Google for 12:02 minutes. SMART WEB SEARCHING.

MY TOP 10 TOOLS FOR LEARNING (2016)

Learnnovators

E-Learning Diigo e-learning Google Search Learnnovators Microsoft Excel Microsoft PowerPoint Microsoft Project Microsoft Word Skype Srividya Kumar Twitter Whatsapp WordPressThe post MY TOP 10 TOOLS FOR LEARNING (2016) appeared first on Learnnovators.

Google Plus: Initial Impressions

Upside Learning

It’s been quite an interesting week on the Google front, with the launch of one new service after another. The one making the biggest waves (if you pardon the pun) has been Google+ (plus). How will this evolve, considering Google’s products seem to be in a continuous beta?

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Become the Google of Learning in 6 Steps

InSync Training

In her recent InSync BYTE series event, Modern Learning is Perpetual Learning - How Do We Become the "Google" of Learning? Watch Jennifer’s entire session for insight into the reality of learning today, complex content in the age of internet search, and creating learning campaigns.

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Algorithm Changes: Google and You

LearnUpon

Google presents search results based on a complex algorithm, which takes into account more than a hundred different factors, and weights them in various ways. Recent Changes to Google’s Algorithm. There will be future changes in the Google Algorithm as well.

Inside Search: Become a Google power searcher

Take an e-Learning Break

Inside Search: Become a Google power searcher : (Cross-posted on the Official Google Blog ) You may already be familiar with some shortcuts for Google Search, like using the search box a

eLearning: Finding Google Images You Can Actually Use

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

An alternative to this would be to use Google to hunt down images that specifically fit how you're going to use them. While most of the images you find by doing a normal Google image source are NOT okay to use, that doesn't mean all of them are off limits. by AJ George.

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Social Media: How to Search for (and Actually Find) Your Old Tweets

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Searching through old tweets (particularly when you are a frequent tweeter), however, can be a bit of a nightmare. Topsy Advanced Search. Topsy Advanced Search  is also fast and easy, but with more specific search options. This could save you a lot of time if your search query returns a lot of results.    My search was very simple, so Snapbird was all I needed.   Google.

The Google Effect

Learningtogo

I recently heard a term that was new to me, "The Google Effect." I googled it. It turns out that there’s been quite a lot of research into the effects of online search on our brains and our apparent decline in the ability to remember things. So of course, what did I do? LearningToGo Blog

How Google is Changing Education

eFront

There is no doubt Google has a huge impact on education. Google’s education initiatives focus on making learning magical for students, empowering innovative communities and building a foundation of technology and access. Google is even changing our brains.

#C2Xmas Day 8 – A Google a Day

Jane Hart

Google asks a question. Put your search skills and Google’s tools to use. There’s no right way to solve it, but there’s only one right answer. A GOOGLE A DAY. Day 8 of the Countdown to Xmas continues here . You find the answer. Social learning

Google Image Swirl

eLearning Cyclops

From time to time, I like to visit Google Labs and see their most recent projects. One of their latest is Google Image Swirl. Google Image Swirl organizes image search results into groups and sub-groups, based on their visual and semantic similarity and presents them in an intuitive exploratory interface. Below are some the results/swirls from searching "Caesar." graphics Google

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