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IMO, the phrase "let me google it" has embedded itself into common language. Society unhesitantly uses it as a replacement for looking up or researching topics. I use it in classrooms where students need a deeper contextual understanding of something. The nucleus example above is a great example of how "google a cell and its parts" provides students with a clear picture of cell. Rather than explaining verbal what mitochondria looks like...

I use terms like "google the word 'history' and tell me some of the images that appear...

Andres Reyes, Aug 30 2018 on mrreyes.withknown.com