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S.T.E.M Library Research Certificate  

The S.T.E.M. Library Research Certificate is designed to provide information about the Ozuna Library and instruction on how to use the Library resources with an emphasis on S.T.E.M. areas of study.
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Module 5-Using the Web Print Page

Using the World Wide Web

Module 5 will show you how to search the WWW and evaluate the information you find.


Learning Outcomes Expected

The student will know:              

  • That not all information is on the internet
  • That not all the information that is on the internet is available for search engines to find
  • That not all the information that is on the internet is freely available
  •  That not all information on the internet is true and trustworthy 





Step 1

View the video.


Step 1 continued

View the video.


Step 2

learning activity Select the correct items.  Click the checkmark (available on the last set) to submit all your answers.

Step 3 - continued

Select a S.T.E.M. related topic to search.

Conduct the same search using two differenct search engines. (Google, Yahoo, Bing,  or select from the list located at

Compare the results of the two searches.

Step 4

Click below to complete the quiz for this module.



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