You know not to trust Wikipedia and you know how to Google a fact. But how do you tell Google that by ‘windows’ you mean double glazing instead of computers? Why is so much information not available via Google – and how do you get it anyway? What can you do to keep up to date with your subject without doing a search every day? This workshop shows you a dozen tricks to getting more out of your online research and then how to stay on top of all you’re finding out.
William Gallagher is Deputy Chair of the Writers’ Guild and is the author of four best-selling technology books. He has taught blogging to authors, writers, journalists, musicians and actors across the UK.