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This collection of research resources was developed or selected to help you search the Internet more efficiently and effectively.

It has been said that the Internet was created by information experts for subject experts. "It was not designed to be searched by novices." (Neuman, 1997)

You may be familiar with the commercial aspects of accessing the WWW. As a high school student, you are now studying academic subjects in higher-level, more rigorous classes but you may "not know what you are missing" when you conduct Internet research.

Please use these resources.

Work Cited: Neuman, D. (1993) Designing databases as tools for higher-level learning: insights from instructional systems design. Educational Technology Research and Development 41(4): 25-46.