Consider your reaction to the video and how this topic applies to your own experience researching on the internet

In Week Three we focused on the difference between scholarly and popular sources. While popular sources do have an important place in research, there are important considerations for searching for these resources on the Internet. This discussion introduces you to the concept of the Internet Filter Bubble and how it can affect your search results when using certain search engines, such as Google. You will also be introduced to the strategies you can use to pop the filter bubble. Prepare: Watch the TED Talk https://www.ted.com/talks/eli_pariser_beware_online_filter_bubbles and read the How to Pop Your Filter Bubble! handout. Reflect: . Think about the suggestions from the How to Pop Your Filter Bubble! handout and select three that you feel will help you pop your filter bubble. Write: Consider your reaction to the video and how this topic applies to your own experience researching on the internet. Think about the suggestions from the How to Pop Your Filter Bubble! handout. and select three that you feel will help you pop your filter bubble.

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