Hello David, Are you asking: How can I use Google with a screen reader to produce more precise results? You may want to look at the advanced features of Google. This allows a person to narrow down the options without needing to know wildcards to obtain more precise results. There is also a book "Google It" sold by National Braille Press that may prove to be useful. HTH, Sharon -----Original Message----- From: blind-education-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:blind-education-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of david ingram Sent: Tuesday, February 01, 2011 7:21 PM To: Technology list for the Blind and Vision Impaired Subject: [blind-education] How can i better use google in order to search for "computer programs should have screen reader accessibility built in them from the ground" Hi list members. I'm trying to see what i could do when using google in order to perform a better search for "computer programs should have screen reader accessibility built in from the beginning"? My question is what this be a better way of wording what i want to search for as apose to what was written in the subject line? What i'm like to try to do is to create an outline that would suggest the title, next the thesis statement then the three points that i need sources for in order to support both the title as well as the thesis statement. I'm not sure where to go or how i can best proceed with this topic. I would appreciate any information that anyone might be able to give. Thank you.