Best Review - Top 4 Web Sites to Help you Teach Your Students to Use the Internet

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Here are a number of websites that are really useful if you are a teacher in school or college. Four NETS for Better Searching This site contains a good rubric (NETS) for teaching students how to do efficient and effective research using Google. MAN The Media Awareness Network, based in California, provides this site. The free content is good, designed for teachers, and contains lots of great links. High School Web Use Here, Linda Burkhart provides links and tips for productively organizing high school students for effective Web use. UC Berkeley Library Page This page is designed to help college students learn to evaluate Web sources and effectively research online. It is the kind of resource that you could productively begin using at an early age.
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