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Visual Communication: Multimedia

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Specify a preferred domain (.edu, .gov or .org) by adding site:.domain to your search.

Example:
cyberbullying site:.org 
Be sure to include NO spaces between site: and the domain.

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For natural phrases (compound terms), such as school choice or animal rights, be sure to use quotation marks.
Example:  "school choice"

Evaluating Websites

Choose one commercial website (.com) and compare to a governmental, educational, or organizational website (.gov, .edu, .org) using the R.E.A.L. method of evaluation.
Or use the CRAP test evaluation tool for students to learn about criteria used to evaluate websites.

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