Connecting kids and the Internet: a handbook for librarians, teachers, and parents, Volume 1

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Neal-Schuman Publishers, 1999 - Computers - 398 pages
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Brand new and completely revised, this highly acclaimed handbook (now with a CD-ROM!) is designed specifically to help teach kids to use and enjoy the Internet safely and effectively. School media specialists, children and youth librarians, parents, teachers, home-schoolers, and caregivers -- even those with no prior knowledge -- will find basic instructions, lesson plans, and hundreds of invaluable Web learning activities here. The CD-ROM includes ready-to-go lesson plans and annotated links to high-interest sites. User-friendly and unique, this book and CD-ROM set covers e-mail, safety online, virtual bookstores, news groups, pen pals, home pages, talking with experts, virtual field trips, and much more. Whether you're using the Internet with young children or teenagers, for education or recreation, this is the tool you will want at your side.

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