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Internet Access in School Library Media Centers

Internet Reference Services Quarterly Volume 2, Number 4, ISSN 1087-5301


Examines Internet resources available for elementary school children and discusses why Internet access should be provided through school library media centers. Highlights include appropriate Web sites, a case study, equity of access, censorship, integrating Internet resources into the curriculum, Internet usage guidelines, and identification and evaluation of Internet resources. (LRW)


Everhart, N. (1997). Internet Access in School Library Media Centers. Internet Reference Services Quarterly, 2(4), 165. Retrieved November 15, 2019 from .

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