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Visual Communication: Multimedia

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Google Web Search
To limit your search to authoritative (trusted) sites:
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.

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

Evaluating Websites

Choose a 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 to learn about criteria you can use to evaluate websites. Other methods include S.I.F.T. and Lateral Reading. For more information, click the links below.

Multimedia/Video Resources

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