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BreadBread Crumb #2Maze

What are bread crumbs? They're little markers you leave along the trail to find your way back.


Bread Crumb #2:

EBSCO Database Topic Directory Practice Question:

How many times smaller than a human hair is a nanometer?

Go to our home page, click on Research Engine, click on RHS Student Research, and then click on the EBSCO link and answer the following questions related to your search for the answer. Do not just type search terms in the EBSCO find box, but first choose use the topic directory on the left side of the EBSCO page, then choose a subtopic, and then finally do a search using keywords.

Once you reach a results page, you will have to pick through the list of articles to find the right one with the answer to the question.

1. Possible keywords for searching? (Do not use the question itself, but choose three or four words from the question or words related to the words in the question; Spelling counts!) human hair smaller nanometer

2. EBSCO search by topic? (Choose from the left side of the EBSCO page.) Health? Math? Technology?

3. EBSCO subtopic? (Check one.) Nanotechnology

4. Actual keyword(s) used? human hair nanometer

5. Article name? Nanotechnology: Getting Small is Getting Big

6. Answer to question? 100,000

7. Source? (Original source on info. listed in article.) Philadelphia Inquirer

Copy and paste the following text into a word processing document and save to your server folder. When finished, print and turn in for a grade.

Bread Crumb #2

Name:

EBSCO Database Topic Directory Question:

What is the name of the first dog to be cloned?

1. Possible keywords for searching? (Do not use the question itself, but choose three or four words from the question or words related to the words in the question; Spelling counts!)

2. EBSCO search by topic? (Choose from the left side of the EBSCO page.)

3. EBSCO subtopic? (Check one.)

4. Actual keyword(s) used to search?

5. Article name?

6. Answer to question?

7. Source? (Original source on info. listed in article.)

When finished, print and turn in for a grade..