Salt Lake Community College

Staff Development - Effective Internet Searching - How to Google Like You Mean It for Staff

Are you using the Internet effectively? Would you like to be better at finding materials online? Have you ever wondered what all of the symbols mean? Learn how to save time and be more effective in your Internet searching.

Learning Objectives

-Boolean Searching
-Domain Type Searching and Locations
-Searching for Creative Commons Permissions
-Privacy and Tracking Concerns
-Public Web, Deep Web, and Dark Web
-Alternative Search Engines
-Basics of How to Avoid Trouble

This training session is presented by Zack Allred, Assistant Director, Instruction and Liaison, and Reference Services for the Markosian Library.

Prior to the workshop, you will receive a link to join the meeting. You will also receive a link to the recording after the session, so you can watch it afterward. If you watch the recorded workshop and you would like the session included in your Employee Training Transcript, send an email to me with the CE28 workshop code.

You must register to be able to attend. Please register in the MySLCC Employee Training Portal under the "Staff Development" drop-down menu.

Who can register to attend?

All SLCC Staff

1.Register to attend In-Person or

2.Register to watch via Zoom or the recording

Questions? Contact Deanne.Arvizu@slcc.edu.

Wednesday, October 6 at 10:00am to 11:15am

Taylorsville Redwood Campus, Markosian Library, LIB 218 Computer Lab 4600 Redwood Rd, Salt Lake City, UT 84123

Cost

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