Database Internet Hunt
This hunt broadens your understanding of one
of computing's most powerful tools.
Directions: Click on
the numbers (at the bottom of the window) to go to each question.
Use the links to find the answers to the questions. Hold down on
the back button of your browser. A menu will appear listing the
pages you have visited in reverse order. Drag down to select the
web page you want to return to.
5. Lots of people use keywords
to search databases like the WWW
or the card catalog of their community library. What is a downside to
this approach to searching for information?
How can you narrow
a search to include all the keywords entered?
Example: I am looking for replacement windows for my home. I enter window in the
search engine’s query box. I get tons of links about computer software.
operator write a keyword entry that will better define my search.
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