I'd like to share what I have learned during this week. Before reading the information about the web browsers I could not imagine the amount of search engines that exist on the network. I thought that Google was the only search resource available but now I understand all the search engines we have and how they can provide us with all the information ne need . While I was reading Noodlletools at http://www.noodletools.com/debbie/literacies/information/5locate/adviceengine.html and exploring all the search engines I could notice that It is possible to choose a searcher according to our necessities . When we need to find some information related with, teaching and learning tools or any other topic related with education for example we can easily access to an academic searcher and go surfing on it. I was trying with “sweetseacrh” which I recommend you. This searcher allowed me through “agendaweb” practice hundred of free English exercises online , check the link http://www.agendaweb.org/listening/english_audio_activities.html
Some of the different searches we have available in the web give also people the options to find information in specific disciplines. As swetsearch is a useful tool to find required information. It also offers a variety of resources in multimedia tutorial , teaches effective web skills for educators and students, biographies and other subjects needed by students . Kidshealth is another example of searcher, this one gives health information directed to kids, teens or parents. I also find interesting to navigate in” Kidsclik” if we are looking for sites with educational content or any other topics for children. I think we can navigate in using all the different kinds of searches , the only thing we have to take in count is that we have to start by identifying the searchers that provide us with the most useful and significant information we are looking for.