The Internet and Instruction: Activities and Ideas

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Libraries Unlimited, 1996 - Computers - 159 pages
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Students can explore a variety of subjects with these cross-curricular Internet activities. Designed for educators and students, this guide to telecommunications and the Internet demystifies the technology and provides relevant, feasible, and easy-to-implement ideas and activities for the classroom. Expanded coverage of Web resources and cross-curricular activities are available in this new edition. Projects (arranged by subject area), encourage students to explore the Internet and help them learn in a variety of areas. All activities are presented in reproducible format and are readily integrated into the curriculum. The authors also give a basic overview of Internet access and navigation. A glossary, index, Internet resource list, and illustrations complete the work.

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Contents

Getting Started with the Internet
11
Navigating the Internet
22
Communication and Research
47
Copyright

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ANN E. BARRON is Full Professor, Instructional Technology, College of Education, University of South Florida, Tampa. She received the Alumni Award for Outstanding Teaching and Service in 1996 and the Teaching Incentive Award for Outstanding Teaching in 1995.

KAREN S. IVERS is a Professor in the Department of Elementary and Bilingual Education at California State University Fullerton.

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