How to Search the World Wide Web

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1. History

1.1. Tim Berners-Lee

1.1.1. English Scientist

1.1.2. Invented WWW in 1989

1.1.3. Created first browser in 1990 in Switzerland

1.1.3.1. Open to general public in 1991

1.1.4. Knighted in 2004 by Queen Elizabeth for "services to the global development of the internet"

2. Search Engines

2.1. software program or script that searches online documents for keywords

2.1.1. Most popular

2.1.1.1. 74.5% Google

2.1.1.2. 7.98% Bing

2.1.1.2.1. Yahoo (Powered by Bing)

2.1.1.3. 0.05% Jeeves

2.1.1.4. Top 10 Search Engines In The World

3. How to Conduct Better Searches

3.1. 11 Google Tricks That Will Change the Way You Search

3.2. 1. Search quotes to get exact phrases

3.3. 2. Use an asterisk* in a quote to search for unknown words

3.3.1. For example if you couldn't remember the end word of a quote - use an asterisk in place of the word - "Wherefore art thou *" (asterisk used in place of Romeo)

3.4. 3. Use the minus sign (-) to remove results with particular words

3.5. 4. Ue “DEFINE:” before a word to find out more about its meaning - this can also be used for slang.

4. Safety

4.1. 5 Tips to Keep Your Child Safe On The Internet

4.2. Dos & Don'ts

4.2.1. Don't share personal information - phone number, address, age, email address, school you attend.

4.2.2. Do ask for permission from your parents

4.2.3. Don't give out your password

4.2.4. Do keep your privacy settings as high as possible

4.2.5. Don't meet up with people you meet online

4.2.6. Do remember that not everyone you meet on the internet is who they say they are

4.2.7. Always report things that make you feel uncomfortable or unsafe

4.2.8. Staying Safe Online | Safety Net Kids

4.3. Risks

4.3.1. Cyberbully

4.3.1.1. One in five Australian children aged 8 to 15 has experienced cyberbullying.

4.3.2. Potential of exposure to inappropriate material

4.3.3. Data Breaches

4.3.4. Sharing personal information

5. How to be a Critical User of the Web

5.1. Critical Thinking Checklist

5.1.1. Who? Who posted the image, article, text? Were they reliable and what other content do they usually post? Are they coming from a particular perspective?

5.1.2. What? What did they say about the image? Could the image have been edited or show a limited perspective?

5.1.3. Why? Why did they post it? How did they want you to feel, or what did they want you to do?

6. Profiles

6.1. Common Sense Parent Census Infographic | Common Sense Media

6.2. Social media is an important aspect of teenagers lives - it is used as a way to communicate with friends and have a creative outlet

6.3. 12 - the average age children are signing up for their own social medial profiles

6.4. Common Sense Report

6.4.1. Surveyed 1,786 USA parents whose children are between 8 & 18

6.4.2. 56% of the children have a social media account

6.4.3. 80% of all teenagers aged between 13-18 had their own form of a social media account

6.4.3.1. 23% of all children aged 8-12 have their own account

6.5. "I think that the best way to do it is to sit down together and explore the program that your kid is interested in using -- and explore some of the privacy settings that they can use" - Vivian Friedman, child psychologist at the University of Alabama at Birmingham

6.6. What's the age when kids start social media?