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Research Project

Using your favorite search engine, search for information on this topic. If you don't have a favorite, Google is a good choice.
Select one of the results and take some notes on the content.
Save a screen shot of this website and paste it into a new Microsoft Word document. The screen shot should show the top of your screen. For assistance on taking screen shots, click here. (However, if you know how to use the Snippet tool, you can do that instead of using the Print Screen (prtscn) button but be sure to catch the top so the search shows.)
Below the screen shot, type in the title of your selection.
Below the title, in one or two paragraphs, describe the information that you found. (Save your notes; you will need them for the next assignment)
Check spelling and grammar and save the file.

Part2 In this piece of the project, compare the results of your first search with one that you perform
Using the same topic that you used for the previous assignment, search for information using the search screen at the top of the Library and Learning Services page.
Select one of these results and take some notes on the content. Save a screen shot of this website and paste it into a new Microsoft Word document. The screen shot should show the top of your screen. For assistance on taking screen shots, click here.
Below the screen shot, type in the title of your selection.
Below the title, in one or two paragraphs, compare your notes from the two selections. Some questions that you might answer are:
Which search tool would you use for a term paper and why?
Was the information more complete in one selection?
What audience was the author trying to reach?
Did you understand the material?

Note: these are only suggestions; you may have other points to compare that are not listed here.
Part3 Pretend that you are a travel consultant for The International Travel Company located in Denver, Colorado. You will be creating documents pertaining to a travel package to be presented in March or October. Decide on a travel destination. It should be city but can be anywhere in the world. The more exotic, the better! Once you have selected your destination, use the internet, electronic databases, and/or print resources, to gather the information listed below:

Average temperatures for the months of March and October.
A hotel with a short description and picture
Two tourist spots or points of interest for a vacationer and short descriptions of each.
A restaurant for fine dining and a short description of the menu items.
An "exciting fact" about your destination.
Please note: the above information is to be used in future assignments. For now, just follow the steps below:

Once you have completed your research for the travel project, select the search that you found most informative (WWW or scholarly search) and take a screen shot of those search results. Paste that screen shot into a Microsoft Word document.

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