Spiders, farms, and bubbles: How to become an expert internet searcher

You probably use Google every day, but do you know how search engines impact the information you are seeing? Learn how to get better information, faster on the Internet in the workshop “Spiders, Farms, and Bubbles: How to Become an Expert Internet Searcher” presented by Megan Heuer, Communication Arts Librarian. We will explore how search engines impact our results, the typical human behaviors that limit good research, and strategies and tools for becoming a thoughtful Internet searcher.


Wednesday, February 10th
Umphrey Lee, RM 244
Registration recommended

Thursday, February 11th
Hamon Arts Library, RM 3210
Registration recommended

Image by Johan Larsson,


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