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Google Scholar is a freely available to anyone with an Internet connection. This service provides journal articles, books, court decisions, theses, and more. Sometimes you can even find a link to the full text of the article!
If you are a Dominican College who needs a journal article in full text, review our Serial Solution YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzWIN0eVAck
If you cannot find the full text in Serial Solution, you can submit an Interlibrary Loan request, as detailed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WwUu-J__Hs
This video shows you how to create an editable newspaper styled format in Google Docs. Three important steps are involved:1. Create three columns, 2 create the header graphic and 3. Create a leading drop cap graphic and insert it into document. Use a font such as Georgia or Times Roman to give the newspaper look and feel.
SEO For Beginners: 3 Powerful SEO Tips to Rank #1 on Google in 2019
Are you new to SEO and want to rank #1 on google this upcoming year? Here are 3 SEO strategies that will boost your rankings!
#1: Focus on content
Google has this update called Hummingbird, and with Hummingbird, websites who just have content on everything won’t do as well as sites which focus on one single niche and are super thorough.
You want to be VERY thorough with your SEO content. Poke holes in your content and fill them all up, so then that way people are like, “This is the end all site “that you should end up reading “if you’re interested in dating online.”
#2: Optimize your title tag and your meta description
Have you ever done a Google search, and noticed that every time you do it, there is this link at the top, and then there’s this one sentence with a link at the top is called the title tag.
And the description below is called the meta description.
Now think of it this way, if you search for the phrase online dating, and you don’t see the word online dating in neither the title or the description, are you going to click on the result?
Well if you are, there’s something wrong, because why would you click on a result that isn’t related to what you’re looking for?
In addition to that, have you ever searched for a term like online dating? And have you ever noticed that the word isn’t in the title or description?
That’s because Google tracks who’s clicking on what listing, and they’ve learned that when a keyword is in the listing, that same keyword that you’re searching for, they know you’re way more likely to click through.
So in your title tag and your meta description, make sure you include the keyword. But you can’t just add the keyword, “online dating,” right?
The easiest way and what I would do and I wish it was this simple; I will just put “online dating, online dating, online dating, online dating.”
If I could put it 20 times so people would know that the article is on online dating, I wish I would get more clicks.
But it’s not that simple.
Yes you have to include the keyword in your title and your description, but it has to be appealing. If it doesn’t flow in a sentence, it’s not easy to read, and it’s not appealing or evoking curiosity, no one is gonna click through.
#3: Use Google Search Console
Did you know that Google gives you a tool that teaches you how to rank number one on Google?
Yes I know that sounds ridiculous but it is true, and it’s called Google Search Console.
If you’re not already a user of it, sign up.
It doesn’t cost a dollar. You’re missing out if you’re not using it.
I can’t emphasize that enough. So now that you’re using Google Search Console…give it a few days because it takes some time to populate data. You’ll see a screen that shows Search Analytics and this shows you all the pages on your website that are getting you traffic. But the cool thing about Google Search Console is they also show you which articles are getting impressions.
Take all the keywords you’re getting impressions for and start adding them to your copy.
Now we have an article on Instagram, and it teaches you how to get over 300 targeted Instagram followers per day.
The article is around 10,000 words. When I first wrote that article, it wasn’t 10,000 words, it was roughly 2,500.
I went to Google Search Console, I saw all the people that are searching for terms related to the article, I added them within that article. I made it more thorough and you know what?
My SEO traffic more than tripled to that article. Yes it is that simple. And when I made that change, it didn’t happen right away, but I noticed the results within 50 days. That’s not a long time.
Now that you’ve learned these three tips, I challenge you in which I want you to take these tactics and implement them, and then after you implement them, in the next 45 days I want you to leave a comment with your results. Because if you’re not doing well, that means I’m not happy.
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How to Create a Newspaper using Google Docs with Google Apps for Education – G-Suite for Education
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS AN OLDER VIDEO AND THERE ARE SOME DIFFERENCES IN GOOGLE DOCS, SUCH AS THE RESEARCH TOOL IS NOW THE EXPLORE TOOL.
This video was created for a Year 5 class that were working on writing newspaper reports. We wanted to look at how to create a Newspaper using Google Docs. The other purpose was to continue developing the skills of the Year 5 students in Word Processing.
This included creating and formatting the properties of tables and using the new Merge cells feature within Google Docs; understanding the styles feature; using the research tool to find images; and introduce them to the idea of citations using the Research tool.
The lesson was introduced with a challenge. I presented them with a finished Newspaper using Google Docs. Their challenge was to work out how I’d done it. Those that did then had to support others. The video was then used as a home learning task, therefore flipping the idea so when they came back to class they could start their newspaper.
All learners progressed extensively during this task. Not only in the Desk Top Publishing skills but in the the writing of the reports. They used the editing tools of the Word Processor in Google docs to continually re-draft and better the work.
Other Coding Playlists from AtTech Edu
Solar Systems with Scratch – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD6lc2e8uYortN6pWp_ffaIZN3YrcAYrW
Learning with Scratch – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD6lc2e8uYooYbyd68Os-eR1ugvCncegv
Build a game in Scratch – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD6lc2e8uYoq9bOG3jkljteDmyL8kee7_
Check out the Early Years Coding Apps on the iPad – https://youtu.be/doxKiSgW-pc
Take a look at Tynker and drones on the iPad – https://youtu.be/mQe2cmOhWtU
Other AtTech Edu courses
Green Screen tools – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD6lc2e8uYoqnUsd82pIam3PEA7E7gGsy
Other Videos from AtTechEdu
Keynote Magic Move
On a Mac – https://youtu.be/EbF8u0D3H5M
On an iPad – https://youtu.be/EbF8u0D3H5M
Learning with Scratch
How to Create your own Game on Scratch
Spreadsheet tips and tricks
The Edtech Files
Whats new in Google
Online Timelines – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEiF1YguM6Y&list=PLD6lc2e8uYoo9Jj8l0fO-0wvH_zlRjfeN
Research Project – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpGytpUaD-o&list=PLD6lc2e8uYoos7s7GnJKCh11hzmweYHg5
The Google Arts Project
Tutorial – https://youtu.be/CzOGTthXyjQ
Other Tech in Art
Other Mapping tools
Google Tour Builder – https://youtu.be/lQxNgyG3VLA
Google Arts Project – https://youtu.be/CzOGTthXyjQ
Google Street View – https://youtu.be/xD_JdmrgWDc
Google Maps – https://youtu.be/s0b85yqdunA
Google My Maps
Google Classroom Videos –
The Quicktime Series
Other Great Videos from AtTechEdu
Art using Spreadsheets
Lesson 1 – https://youtu.be/vu1E_o1ogQQ
Lesson 2 – https://youtu.be/Anj4ETBkuxM
Page Based Answers : https://youtu.be/HApqsxoefAk
Customising the look : https://youtu.be/Bbgonz5rIiQ
Viewing the Data : https://youtu.be/RQehAYmaawk
Sorting using Query : https://youtu.be/xOCE_DToyKg
Flubaroo : https://youtu.be/RQehAYmaawk
Google Documents Videos from AtTechEdu
Revision History – https://youtu.be/lBPwfMz45lI
Commenting and Collaborating – https://youtu.be/zYKrQKEG38U
Addons – https://youtu.be/Q_vVo8Vk7o4
The Research Tool – https://youtu.be/pRUMzy0JHUo
Gmail Tips – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD6lc2e8uYopWyrIiF9r6lJpQN1QGxQDr
Flip the Pen – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD6lc2e8uYoqRHEMTIFkTOUy7R-XgErzE
Times Table Quizzes Google Sheets – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD6lc2e8uYopnECM3VqYCbNSTn-8jrcYv
Google Drive on the iPad – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD6lc2e8uYopTEIgAsApIUAkuZ7rPym-S
Google My Maps – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD6lc2e8uYorDkU0y5qR1s5_M6s4y0pZ9
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My second essay tips video. Conducting a comprehensive literature review is an important part of any research project. Here are my tips for how to use Google Scholar effectively to quickly and easily find the academic papers, journal articles or books you need to write that essay or complete that dissertation.
This is the second in a series of videos I’m hoping to produce while undertaking my PhD at the University of Exeter on tips for students at university or college whether undergraduate, postgraduate or otherwise.
The Academic Skills Handbook by Diana Hopkins and Tom Reid
The Study Skills Handbook by Stella Cottrell
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