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Management 101 - Frascella: Websites

This guide provides search strategies and recommended resources for research in Management 101 with Kristin Frascella.

Searching Strategically on the Internet

Use the following resources to learn advanced search tricks for searching Google more effectively.

Get out of your filter bubble by skipping Google and using a search engine that does not track you:

Try another alternative search engine:

Understanding Filter Bubbles

A filter bubble or echo chamber is the result of website algorithms designed to determine which content you want to see and which you don't, based on your past behavior and other information about you. Over time, the web content you see represents an increasingly narrow range of information and ideas, and you are exposed to fewer and fewer experiences, ideologies, and perspectives that differ from yours. For more information about echo chambers and filter bubbles, watch this TED Talk by Eli Pariser:

More Help Finding Credible Web Sources

Our Finding Credible Web Sources guide has more tips on searching the internet.

Choosing the Best Web Source

The following tutorial covers how to recognize open and hidden web resources and how to evaluate sources found on the open web (from off campus you will need to log in using your Pipeline username and password):