World History Resources in the Electronic Ageby Elizabeth Oakes, Elizabeth H. Oakes
This book offers students an expert guide to the vast resources on the World Wide Web. The handy A-Z format enables users to quickly research key topics in the history curriculum by using reliable, level appropriate sites chosen by curriculum experts. Each topical entry offers an annotated list of sites chosen for their accuracy and for their ability to answer questions generated by the curriculum. Citations include a detailed description of the site that discusses its strengths and weaknesses and explains how to navigate it most effectively. Other chapters present basic information about the Web--search engines and other search tools, evaluating Web material, and copyright and plagiarism issues--as well as handy information on resources for teachers and parents, museums, and summer programs and careers.
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- Social Science Resources in the Electronic Age Series
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