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Better Internet searching

 Education blogger Carl Heine created Internet Search Challenge to demonstrate techniques for students (and teachers) to improve their search results and find credible information. His blog introduces new challenges, discusses scams and difficulties and how they may be overcome.
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 Education blogger Carl Heine created Internet Search Challenge to demonstrate techniques for students (and teachers) to improve their search results and find credible information. His blog introduces new challenges, discusses scams and difficulties and how they may be overcome.

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