A tutorial about how to choose good research material on the Web.
Type of Material:
This would be useful in a course in which research is required on the Internet, or papers that need resources are required.
A Web browser is all that is needed.
Identify Major Learning Goals:
1. Students will be able to identify good research sites based on accuracy, authority, objectivity, currency, and coverage. 2. Students have examples to which they can apply the criteria to see if they are good resources or not.
Target Student Population:
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
None is needed.
Very user-friendly, has good information, and makes use of buttons so students can skip back and forth among the topics. It's not just a list of pages to read.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
Very useful. Has good pointers on how to use the Internet for research.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
Easy to use, buttons are self-explanatory.
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