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It's Not Google, it's....

Navigation for the 21st century research paper

Naomi Bates

on 3 March 2011

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Transcript of It's Not Google, it's....

It's Not Google....
It's.... Navigating databases for
21st century researching THE TRINITY Pros For Using The Internet Cons for Using the Internet Easy Unlimited amount of information limited source information plagiarism temptation 24/7 access sites that aren't updated
or links that are broken will the real creator please stand up? Direct communication with web author via email Did you know... there are over 4 billion unique publicly accessibly webpages Only 6% of webpages have educational content Google has accessed a mere 18% of the known world wide web We mostly use the Surface web, while most of the internet-based content
is found in the Deep Web...there is the Dark Web, where documents that are
impossible to index resides the average age of a webpage is 75 days Now we've got the internet, why do we still need libraries? was originally published by A.B. Credaro, in abbreviated form, in hardcopy, in the Parent Newsletter at Richmond High School, NSW, in August 2001. Updated August 2007. http://warriorlibrarian.com/CURRICULUM/libcomp.html Pros for using the Internet Cons for using the internet DATABASES created by Naomi Bates
Northwest High School
Justin, TX Verify, Cite, Give Credit!!
Internet: 1. Who is the author? (Authority) 2. When was it created? Last updated? (Currency) 3. Is the information just surface information or
in-depth? (Accuracy) 4. Is the information biased, persuasive, or informational? (Objectivity) 5. Is the information the same as other sources with
the same information? (Verifiability) http://fofweb.com/Subscription/ http://galesites.com/portal/northwest/home.php?loc=tlc119114582
http://www.proquestk12.com/ This is Six Pieces of Information Needed to Cite
a Website: 1. name of website II. Name of webmaster/author III. Title of article in the website IV. URL V. When it was first created/last updated VI. Date you accessed it
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