Here’s something I’ve been meaning to do for a while. There’s a lot of confusion about exactly why a lot of web content is ‘hidden’ from view and why ordinary search engines are not only hopeless at reaching ‘hidden web’ content they are doing an increasingly poor job of accessing breaking news or ‘Real Time [...]
In Tutorial 1 I looked at ways you harness the potential of Google Images. In this Tutorial we go to the next level by combining those simple and advanced techniques with Google’s reverse image tool: ‘search by image.’
A lot of confusion exists about what ‘search-by-image’ [...]
Lots of Google products are under-used or misunderstood but the research tool that causes the most confusion is Google Images. Most people think it helps you find images by keyword – that’s a given. But it does a lot more and if you master a few simple strategies you can exploit [...]Continue Reading →
Over the past 5 years I’ve trained several hundred journalists, researchers, policy analysts and other professional during scheduled open or in-house courses. Here’s a quick Q&A about the new site.
Q: I’ve been on one of your courses – how can I use researchskills?
A: You can access updated course material and other information [...]
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