Chapter 10 - A S PEAKERS GUIDEBOOK 4TH E DITION CHAPTER 10...

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A SPEAKER’S GUIDEBOOK 4 TH EDITION CHAPTER 10 Using the Internet for Information Gathering
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Conducting Internet Research The internet has made it possible for a researcher to locate sources which previously would have been geographically inaccessible or would have taken a long time to receive. Begin your internet research using your campus library portal rather than a popular search engine. Research found from a library database is more likely to be credible than from an independent website.
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Types of Internet Information Sources World Wide Web E-mail Web discussion forums Blogs Listservs Newsgroups Real-time communication FTP, gopher, & telnet connections
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Virtual Libraries www.vlib.org www.lii.org/search www.ipl.org www.academicinfo.net www.digital-librarian.com www.loc.gov/rr/index.html www.infomine.ucr.edu Your campus library probably has a virtual address as well.
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Search engines cannot determine the credibility or quality of the information. You must do this.
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course COMM 1313 taught by Professor Clark during the Fall '06 term at Arkansas.

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Chapter 10 - A S PEAKERS GUIDEBOOK 4TH E DITION CHAPTER 10...

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