Resources

Non-Coders' Guide to the Web

  1. How the Web Works - Learn about algorithms, platforms, databases, search engines, and URLs to better understand how information moves online.
  2. Creating Web Content - Explore basic web elements like HTML, CSS, and how to use your Gmail editor to create richer multimedia content.
  3. Remixing Online Content - How to seamlessly (and ethically) integrate images and text from others into your own online work. 

Weeding Out BS

Avoid falling victim to BS (bad sources) by carefully considering the source of information, the information context, and how you interact with information on platforms such as Facebook. 

Research Survival Guide

You already know how to search... but research requires skills that don't involve searching at all. This short guide will help you get started with research at Cal, along with five simple tips to survive (and thrive) in your research.

Teaching Tools

Suggested assignments, exercises, and readings for faculty who would like to assign the topics above in their courses. 

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