|Teaching & Learning on the WWW||Teaching & Learning on the WWW is an index which links to 500-plus exemplary sites and demonstrates just how effective the Web can be as an interactive liearning tool.|
|IDEAL: International Digital
|IDEAL provides online access to 175 Acedemic Press journals.|
||Education World helps educators, parents & students make use of this selective database of more than 56,000 education-related sites.|
|Study Web||Study Web is a collection of more than 69,000 "research-quality" URLs, this site helps students excel throughout their academic careers, K-12.|
|OneLook Dectionaries will instantly search through ore than 287 dictionaries & glossaries, including specialized ones.|
The Online Books Page
|The On-Line Books Page is a massive index which links to the full text of more than 7,000 books.|
|Roget's Internet Thesaurus||Roget's Internet Thesaurus is a favorite among book lovers, this synonym & antonym reference is online ia a quick, fully searchable edition.|
|Web Thesaurus Compendium||Web Thesaurus Compendium links to a variety of specialized sources in order to help you find that elusive mot just.|
|Encyclopedia.com||Encyclopedia.com has more than 17,000 cross-linked articles from the 3rd edition of the Concise Columbia Electronic Encyclopdeia|
|Bartlett's Familiar Quotations||Bartlett's Familiar Quotations is the best place to collect famous quotes.|
|The Land of Quotes||The Land of Quotes includes quips & aphorisms from more contemporary voices than Bartlett's.|
|Reserach-It!||Research-It has forms for dictionary searches, thesaurus searches, maps, currency converters & more.|
|Pitsco's Ask an Expert||Pitsco's Ask an Expert links to more 300 Web sites & email addresses that can put you in the hands of those wiser & more experienced than yourself.|
|Fedstats||Fedstats is by the best place to find the statistics compiled by more tha 70 agencies of the US Government.|
|Infonation||Infonation is for official data on member countries of the United Nation.|
|Information Please||Information Please in an online version of the popular almanac and will help you clear up that nasty ignornace rash.|
|CIA '97 World Factbook||CIA '97 World Factbook keeps track of global shifts (especially nation name changes).|
|1. Grasp the process.
The Purdue On-Line Writing Laboratory has put together a step-by-step guide to writing research papers--from outline development to note taking to effective paraphrasing. There's even special emphasis on the Net as a research tool.
|2. Don't forget to cite your online sources.
The Modern Language Association (MLA) has established guidelines for citing Web sources. Defy them at your own peril.
|3. Beware of false information.
With the huge volume of new Web sites, sometimes it's difficult to dteremine if data is reliable. Evaluating Internet Based Information will help with the basics.
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