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Introduction: The World Wide Web contains millions of pages of information. Finding one piece of information can be very difficult unless you use special Web sites called Search Engines which help you locate the facts you need. Not all Search Engines are alike. They can differ in the ways you enter the information you are requesting, in the kinds of information they provide, and in the amount of information they can locate.
the information about Search Engines presented on the next
page. Return to this page and print the Search Engine recording
form. Tour all of the Search Engines listed below and record the
information requested for each site as you visit it. Be sure
to follow the directions for the Searching Test on the recording
sheet and report the results for each Search Engine. Evaluate
all your information and, from among the Search Engines you visited,
choose the one you would be most likely to use. Write your report
in the space provided.
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