Uses three primary logical operators, AND, OR, and NOT to define the search
the exclusive right, granted by law for a certain number of years, to make and use literacy, musical, and artistic work.
Creative Commons (CC) License
Enables authors to control how others may use their work. The author keeps the copyright, but grants others permission to use their work, as long as they give credit to the author and abide the conditions of the license.
The recognition of the ownership of rights to literary, musical, or artistic work.
Words that describe the information the user is trying to locate.
A collection of data related to a specific subject.
An HTML coding statement that describes some aspect of the Web page.
Sends queries to several other search engines.
Claiming someone else's work as your own.
The literary, musical, or artistic work is available for anyone to copy or use.
Programmed queries or questions suggested by the search engine that often lead to other Web pages containing similar information.
Also referred to as Web Directory; a collection of Web Sites organized by category, and then often further organized by geographic region.
A program that searches documents for specified keywords and then provides a list of sources where keywords are found.
Also called webcrawlers; automated software applications that use an algorithm to search websites for relevant information.
When you search for a word, the search engine also searches for the root forms of the keywords, so the search results include additional variations of the keywords.
The exclusive right to visual or commercial images.
Also referred to as a search directory; a collection of Web sites organized by category, and then often further organized by geographical location.
Also called spiders; automated software applications that use an algorithm to search web sites for relevant information.
Violation of Copyright Laws
Internet content such as a music file, is copyrighted and is copied without the owner's knowledge.
Disk or Cloud
You can copy and save specific elements of a web page to a..... and then use them in a new document or file.
plus symbol (+)
Sometimes search engines support the math equivalents of operators. For example, instead of using the operator AND, you can insert a...
minus symbol (-)
Sometimes search engines support the math equivalents of operators. To subtract terms you do not want, insert the...
If you want to search for words that appear next to each other, you can enter the phrase within...
You can search for different types of media by searching related...