CONTEXTUALIZED ONLINE SEARCH

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1. 1. Communication:

2. One of the most important things I’ve learned about leadership is that communication is key. Leaders must be able to clearly articulate their goals and expectations to their teams and stakeholders

3. 2. Building relationships

4. Relationships are about building trust with others so that you have a network that you can use to give and receive support and knowledge.

5. Research skill is "creative and systematic work undertaken to increase the stock of knowledge".[1] It involves the collection, organization, and analysis of information to increase understanding of a topic or issue. A research project may be an expansion on past work in the field. To test the validity of instruments, procedures, or experiments, research may replicate elements of prior projects or the project as a whole.

6. Online search is the process of interactively searching for and retrieving requested information via a compute from databases that are online.

7. is distinct from library research (focusing on library-bound resources) and commercial database research (focusing on commercial databases). While many commercial databases are delivered through the Internet, and some libraries purchase access to library databases on behalf of their patrons, searching such databases is generally not considered part of “Internet research”.

8. Context online search

9. Internet Search

10. Research skills

11. How to improve your research skills

12. Up until now, search has worked something like this: a search engine user types in a word or phrase into a box, and the search engine/website returns a list of webpages that it considers to be important and relevant to that search. The ranking and order in which these webpages are presented depends on a multitude of variables as search engines strive to provide meaningful results.

13. Over the past few years, search has gotten a lot better in a variety of ways. One notable improvement takes the search engine user’s location into account. Location is part of what experts call “contextual search”, which is now even more important with the advent of mobile computing. Where we are and who we are makes a huge difference if the search results that we want and the contextually aware search engines are working to use that information to decide what results to return to us.