Best Practices for Internet Research

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Best practices for internet research

174: Best practices for Internet Research

Veldorah Rice from Write From the Heart is our guest in this episode and she shares some best practices for internet research.

This is the outline of the episode – be sure to listen to hear these points explained.

1. Benefits of Internet Research
a. Convenience
b. Amount of information
c. Easy to insert in writing

2. Problems with Internet Research
a. Accuracy/Bias – be sure to listen to our episode on Media Bias if you haven’t already.
b. Scholarship
c. Sifting through volume

3. Checking Internet Sites
a. URL ending
b. “About us” page
c. Special caution for Wikipedia

4. Other Online Sources
a. Library Subscription Services

Tie in:

Be sure to take a look at the English classes (including AP classes) Veldorah offers for middle and high schoolers. You can also find Veldorah on Facebook and Instagram.

Take a look at show sponsor, FundaFunda Academy to see what they offer for online classes and web-based unit studies.

Join our Facebook Group especially for the listeners of this podcast! You can ask questions and get advice as you try integrating technology in your homeschool.

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