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Module 10 - 35 Module Ten: Working With a Net: Incorporating the World Wide Web into your Writing Module 10 Due Date : 2 December 2010 Value: 20% Objectives: 1. Learn to assess and evaluate Web sites. 2. Learn the ways in which the Web can enhance the research process. 3. Apply objectives 1 and 2 in a written assignment. 4. Learn the proper format for citing Web sites in formal written work. Readings: READER: Joanne Buckley “The Internet, World Wide Web, and other Electronic Sources” Checkmate: A Writing Reference for Canadians, Toronto: Thomson Nelson, 2003, pp. 341-342, 384-386. READER: Javed Mostafa “Seeking Better Web Searches” Scientific American (February 2005): 67-73. READER: Michael O’Malley and Roy Rozenzweig “Brave New World or Blind Alley? American History on the World Wide Web” The Journal of American History (June 1997): 132-147. C ommentary: The two readings for this module look at the Web from very different points of view. While O’Malley and Rozenzweig take the time to explain what the Web IS and how it works, Mostafa wastes no time on such inessentials and cuts right to the chase – the importance of accurate and rapid Web searches. Moreover, O’Malley and Rozenzweig express real concern
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course WRIT 195 taught by Professor Martinahardwick during the Fall '10 term at Queens University.

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