By Linda Joseph
“Contains a wealth of basic and specific information for using the Internet as a resource for teaching. There is information about citing electronic references, how to do research … ideas for projects and activities, where to find copyright rules, sources for art …. Helpful appendices cover
getting connected, accessing information, and electronic publishing. This book can be appreciated by the novice and the practiced Internet user.”
—Public Schools of North Carolina Infotech
From MultiMedia & Internet@Schools’ “CyberBee” columnist Linda Joseph—one of the world’s leading experts on the use of the Internet in schools—comes this immensely practical guide for K-12 teachers, librarians, and computer/media specialists. Net
Curriculum presents dozens of exciting online projects, Web
sites, search engines, information resources, research tips, and “virtual” field trips—educator reviewed and with coverage for all subjects and grade levels.
CyberAge Books • 1999/193 pp/softbound