A quick demo of how Google's reverse image search tool can be used to fact check and research images.
Have you ever wondered about the source or history behind an image? Google image search can help provide answers. Whether you're doing research or just curious, reverse image search offers a digital paper trail of where an image has appeared on the internet. All you need to do is drag and drop an image into the images.google.com search bar, paste a url into the search bar, or right click on an image when using the Chrome browser.
In this video, the team finds that even they've covered the academic sources, but something is still missing. Having said that Google might not be ideal to kick-start your research; it does help you connect with top-quality reports by professional bodies if you know these tricks.
Starting your research in Google may not be ideal as it often ends up leading you to millions of websites and you have no clue which ones are dependable and reliable. Let’s watch this video and learn the short-cut of locating quality social sciences information.
With power searching, you can quickly identify the many freely available, top-quality reports produced by professional bodies such as top investment banks, accounting firms, and management consultancies. In this video, a student, Christina demonstrates three advanced search tips on Google.