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Happy Friday!



This week Google updated Google Search to include a new "knowledge graph" when you search for a famous person, location, or health condition. The knowledge graph contains peer reviewed information on the right side of the search results. This could be a great way to introduce a topic or have students find quick facts.

Here are a few examples:




I really like how the sources of information are listed to help you establish credibility. Also the graphical interface is very student friendly. Google wants feedback about this new tool so if you use it, feel free to click on the feedback link in the lower right corner of the knowledge graph.

I hope you have a great weekend!

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Please email me at: pamelabatchelor@johnston.k12.nc.us

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Friday, February 13, 2015

Friday Google Tidbit: Knowledge Graph on Google Search

Happy Friday!



This week Google updated Google Search to include a new "knowledge graph" when you search for a famous person, location, or health condition. The knowledge graph contains peer reviewed information on the right side of the search results. This could be a great way to introduce a topic or have students find quick facts.

Here are a few examples:




I really like how the sources of information are listed to help you establish credibility. Also the graphical interface is very student friendly. Google wants feedback about this new tool so if you use it, feel free to click on the feedback link in the lower right corner of the knowledge graph.

I hope you have a great weekend!

Questions or Comments?
Please email me at: pamelabatchelor@johnston.k12.nc.us

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