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25-38 of 38 results for discipline "Internet Searching and Evaluation"

This academic library website lists articles about evaluating sources, and gives specific evaluation  strategies for... see more

This community college library guide lists sites to help students evaluate news sources, and suggests assignments on... see more

The OCLC research report focuses on user studies, more specifically, information seeking behaviors. It includes 10... see more

This is an animated presentation that explains the concept of Information Literacy. It lasts about 10 minutes and... see more

This webliography of sources about research and information literacy assignments focuses on the role that librarians can... see more

This site explains what a database is (in very general terms), discusses the basic principles of searching a database,... see more

This site provides a check list with a point system to rate websites. This is based on a type of usability testing called... see more

A basic introduction to Boolean Logic and its basic operators: AND, OR, and NOT, along with search term examples and... see more

This is a free, online tutorial the purpose of which is "to help university students develop their Internet research... see more

This lesson plan is part of a series of three, aimed at helping students to use academic materials properly, correctly... see more

This website on evaluating resources includes: Part 1: The Need to Evaluate Internet Resources Part 2: Evaluating Online... see more

This Web site provides Web sites and other resources on information literacy and supportive lesson plans. The main part... see more

Teaches students to discern credible online sources. Students learn to critically think about what they are reading... see more

This module is part of a course entitled Issues in Culture and Media. There are presentations, readings and assignments... see more