To what extent has Google damaged and reformed our ability to remember conceptual information?
Hello! I can see that you narrowed down the topic of memory to conceptual information in this revised question. However, you may want to specify what part of Google has changed it. A certain service? Or, explain what you mean when you say Google. Also, who you are referring to when you say “our.”
Hi Ives, I can see improvements from your previous question, but I still feel that this one can be improved as well. When you say that “Google has damaged and reformed our ability to remember conceptual information”, are you referring to a specific part of Google that does this? Could it be the flashy advertisements that constantly distract us from our readings or our inability to really focus on remembering information when we know we can search it up later? I think there are certain characteristics about the way Google operates that can help support your topic, but you must elaborate on them. Your question as it is now is still a bit too broad, and can be narrowed down even further.
Ives, this is better but still needs some work as noted by your classmates. I’m not sure I know what you mean by “conceptual information.” Can you give a definition or an explanatory example in your question that would help clarify that for your readers? The words “damaged” and “reformed” don’t seem like the best ones. Maybe “altered,” “changed,” “compromised,” or “modified,” are closer to what you have in mind.
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