What did you learn about your website from using this search strategy?

Learning Goal: I’m working on a writing discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Research question: “Do students in college that are taking in-person classes get better grades than students taking online classes”…Answer the following questions completely and thoughtfully. Remember, answers should demonstrate familiarity with the material. Be sure to quote and reference your readings when appropriate.1. Try out the CRAAP Test on one potential source on your topic you found from Google. Choose a web source whose credibility you are less sure of. Include the link. Summarize!! your evaluation and what you learned about the website. Do not use Library Databases for the CRAAP test.Note: You don’t have to write answers to every prompt in the CRAAP test. Just summarize your evaluation of the site based on concepts in the CRAAP test.2. Summarize your reaction to the Web Literacy text: Why does Caulfield introduce the four moves and a habit? What is his approach to web literacy? How does Caulfield’s book about web literacy go beyond the CRAAP test?3. Try this activity: Reading Laterally: ‘What do other people say about this website (Links to an external site.)?’This technique is also described on our module in Look Beneath the Surface. Choose a website you might want to use as a source, and do a Google search for other people’s pages that may have information about it. If you subtract the source site’s domain from the search, you can find out what other sites may say.For example: If you want to find out more about a site called “livescience.com,” use the minus (-) symbol and the site: operator to subtract this site from your results in Google.Example: livescience.com -site:livescience.comTry this technique using one of your own sources. Upload your screenshot showing your Google search and the results. What did you learn about your website from using this search strategy?
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