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The Internet and Information Literacy: Taking the First Step toward Technology Education in the Social Studies
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Social Studies Volume 91, Number 3, ISSN 0037-7996

Abstract

Describes an action research study designed to examine high school students' use of the Internet, their evaluation of it as a learning tool, and their personal satisfaction at using the Internet for educational research. Presents the findings in detail and concludes by discussing the need for information literacy in the social studies curriculum. (CMK)

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Scott, T.J. & O'Sullivan, M. (2000). The Internet and Information Literacy: Taking the First Step toward Technology Education in the Social Studies. Social Studies, 91(3), 121. Retrieved December 6, 2020 from .

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