FIND AND FILTER
|I can identify my information needs, and use a search engine to find data, information and content with a simple search.
I can use keywords to search for information.SEE EXAMPLES
|I can use the advanced functions of a search engine; I can recognise different search options and carry out a simple research.
I can rephrase my search using different keywords to obtain better results.
I can select the most appropriate among different general search engines (Google, DuckDuckGo, Bing, etc.)
|I can analyse and question search engine results: for example, I can use several search engines, compare results and question the relevance of the ranking.
I can use search engines specialized in certain domains: to search for literature, to search for images, etc.SEE EXAMPLES
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Analyse the elements of a web page
|I can identify the elements of a web page and understand how it is organized in order to find the hyperlinks and contents that interest me.
|I can make the difference between a website and web 2.0 tools (social media or any other platform).
I can navigate between pages and sections of a website or a social platform and find the information I need.
|I can compare how the information is structured and articulated in different sites and social platforms, evaluating which ones are easier to navigate, complete and exhaustive.
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|Among the results of a search I can recognize those pertinent to what I need to know, discarding those that are not directly relevant.
|Among the search results I can select relevant information based on the reliability of the site and the author and its pertinence to the topic.
I can appreciate how results are ordinated and ranked.
|Among the search results I can classify the different information by importance and relevance and compare the results with each other.
I can understand how different search engines rank the information using algorithms, human indexation, popularity.
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Organize and store information
|I can identify how to organize, store and retrieve data, information and content in a simple way in digital environments.
|I can autonomously organize information, data and content to be easily stored and retrieved.
I can use simple apps to collect and organize information, data and content.
|I can adapt the management of information, data and content for the most appropriate easy retrieval and storage.
I can adapt them to be organized and processed in the most appropriate structured environment.
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Recognize reliable information sources
|I am aware that the information I collect must be reliable, must be adapted to my needs and reading level, and must bring me new useful information.
|I can detect the reliability of common sources of data, information and their digital content.
To assess the relevance of the information I collect, I consider a number of important elements such as the author.
|I can critically assess the credibility and reliability of sources of data, information and digital content.
I understand that the reliability of a content can be increased by a recommendation. I can recommend a content or author.
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Classify and tag
|I am able to recognize the type, format and size of the content I find on the web.
I can identify the keywords and tags that classify a resource or content.
|I can assign keywords and tags to classify a resource or content and make it retrievable.
|I can classify content and resources and use tags in an advanced way in creating content on the web.
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