Lessons for Internet Research

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  • Mail Bonding - … Sender Meets Gender." 3. Design a research study on the changes in social communication in the Internet era. 4. Conduct the study … e-mails, instant messages, or other Internet communication forms. 2. Research the history of the Internet and write an article describing how this medium has changed since its inception. What was the Internet
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  • Dot-Gone - … some failed Internet companies by reading and discussing "Failed Web Sites Live On, Gone but Not Forgotten." 3. Research failed Internet companies and speculate why they did not succeed. 4. "Invent" successful Internet companies and outline business … seem to run among the failed Internet companies researched? 4. Now knowing more about why some Internet companies failed, each group explores successful …
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  • Cite Your Sites! - … how the Internet has increased the prevalence of plagiarism. They will then practice properly citing sources in their own research-based writing … of "Lessons in Internet Plagiarism" (one per student) -wide variety of research materials (textbooks, encyclopedias, newspapers and magazines, computers wtih Internet access) Activities … (http://www.plagiarized.com/) is an instructors' guide to Internet plagiarism. Internet Plagiarism: Strategies to Deter Academic Misconduct (http://www.mtsu.edu …
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  • What Do You Want to Sell? - … article "A Fast-Growth List Shows Internet Isn't Everything" (one per student) -computers with Internet access (at least one per group … in class research. 3. Research the "other" Internet. In addition to the dot.com companies that sell directly to consumers, other Internet-based companies … required to bring it to market. Mathematics- Research the earnings for the company you researched online during class, or another company of …
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  • Trivial Pursuits - … other types of information and examine how the Internet has changed how people research and the breadth of knowledge that they can … refer to Evaluating Information Found on the Internet (http://milton.mse.jhu.edu:8001/research/education/net.html) or Evaluating Web Resources … uses the Internet? How do people without Internet access exchange information? Research a country that does not have wide use of the Internet, and …
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  • Unraveling the Web - … research the history and infrastructure of the Internet; create presentation posters related to specific network maps. 4. Synthesize their knowledge of the Internet … areas of research: Internet History, IP Infrastructure or Network Connections. Using all available resources, each group will conduct research on their assigned Internet topic … communications over the Internet. How did your research shed light on David Lang's comment, cited in the article, "The Internet presents two …
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  • Don't Type to Strangers - … class): "How often do you use the Internet? How do you use the Internet? Have you ever conversed online with a stranger … which students research and debate diverse points of view in order to identify who is most responsible for protecting younger Internet users: the children themselves, their parents, schools, Internet mail servers, the authorities, or a special Internet authority created for …
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  • History of the Net - … of Defense's Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) created the Internet. But it wasn't known then as the Internet; it was called … on the Internet numbered only in the hundreds and, for the most part, were used primarily by government and scientific researchers and a few free-wheeling "teckies". Then, in 1991, Vice President Gore gave his "Information Superhighway" speech, and overnight, the "Internet
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Evaluating Web Sites - … This? The general standard addressed is appropriate use of the Internet for research. Students will become life long learners? This mission statement … use the Internet for research projects. Students will be limited in selecting content until they have demonstrated proficiency in manipulating the Internet. At … Grade Level: 8-Adult Goals: 1. Appropriate use of Internet for research. Objectives: To learn to use the checklist to evaluate web …
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  • Earthquake Proof Structures - … immediately, making the most of their time. 25. Have students research Internet and print materials for information about making structures strong enough … storage and expectations for clean-up. 28. Students continue research via Internet and printed materials with help. 29. Students continue to generate … support this lesson are listed below: * Students use the Internet to research information on types of structures and how they are built …
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