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BCOR 1030 Communication Strategy: NMHIC Challenge

This is a guide for BCOR1030 Communication Strategy classes.

National Behavioral Health Innovation Center (NBHIC)

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While you must be careful when you're evaluating the authority of information found online, Google can be a great source for locating freely-available information and gathering a variety of different perspectives. Here are some techniques for searching Google more effectively:

  • Use site:[website domain] to limit results to websites of a specific type of organization. For example.
    • Useful domains include edu (education), org (non-profit, NGO), gov (government)
  • Use site:[website URL] to locate information on specific sites or domains. For example.
  • Use intitle:[keywords] to limit results to sites containing certain words in the title of the page. For example.

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Combine Search Words

AND  link words by AND to search for all words in the same resource

OR  link words by OR to search for one word or another (instead of both/all words)

NOT  to eliminate results with a certain term

“Quotations” – add quotations to a group of two or more words to search for the exact phrase