Using Google: Become a Super Internet Searcher
- Date: 11/19/2018 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
- Location: Central Park Library - Technology Center
2635 Homestead Road
Santa Clara, California 95051
In this class, Google's Senior Research Scientist Daniel M. Russell will help you learn the 5 key things you need to know to do your own searches on the internet. Do you think you know it all already? This 5 key tips aren't known by many searchers, and will make you a super-searcher! Space is limited, register here.
More about Daniel M. Russell:
Russell joined Google in 2005; as of 2018, he is a senior research scientist and lead for the research area of "Search Quality & User Happiness". He coordinated the development of two Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) on effective searching skills which were launched in 2012 on PowerSearchingWithGoogle.com, which had more than 3 million students. He also led a Search Education team that developed A-Google-Day , launched April 11, 2011.,a large-scale teaching system in which users can practice their searching skills with Google. The software package for it was later re-packaged and offered on Google's Course Builder. Russell's research focus has been human experience with search engines and in large, complex collections of information. He aims to design comprehensible and intuitive ways for users to engage with information effectively. Particular topics include the design of information experience; sensemaking; intelligent agents; knowledge-based assistance; information visualization; multimedia documents; advanced design and development environments; design rationale; planning; intelligent tutoring; hypermedia; and human–computer interfaces