One of the great parts of my job is the chance to go out and teach people how to search.
This week I'll be in Boston attending the Investigative Reporters & Editors conference, and on Friday I'll have a full hour to teach them some of the more interesting bits about doing searchResearch on the web.
While I have an idea about what I'll be talking about (lots of examples from this blog), I'm really curious what you, my loyal readers, think I should be teaching.
Any ideas? Any particular skills or approaches that would be most useful?
If you're a reporter or editor, what do you think would be most interesting and valuable to know about?
You don't have to write an entire thesis (that's the beauty of crowdsourcing--every little contribution helps).
Searching for good ideas....