Net Curriculum: An Educator’s Guide to Using the Internetreviewed by Patricia A. Wallace — 2001
Information Technology is a fact of life in the modern world.
The Internet provides a sea of information for those willing and
able to dive into its waters, if they know how to swim. If
educators are to continue to be effective in the classroom, they
must keep up with technology by taking advantage of all the
Internet has to offer.
Linda C. Joseph sets out to inform educators how the Internet
can be a valuable tool for their classrooms by showing them how to
tackle the web. In her Introduction, Joseph states the purpose of
Net Curriculum as being information for "successfully
integrating" Internet resources by providing strategies and skills
that promise to help students successfully navigate the Internet.
Net Curriculum provides a systematic guide for approaching
the Internet as a resource. The book dissects the process of
gathering and using helpful information in a simple manner that
educators can easily follow.
Chapter 1, "Cyberspace Research – Working the Web",
explains several ways to successfully search... (preview truncated at 150 words.) Title:
Net Curriculum: An Educator’s Guide to Using the InternetAuthor(s):
Linda C. JosephPublisher:
Information Today, Inc., MedfordISBN:
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- Patricia Wallace
Patricia A. Wallace is a Senior Technical Writer for a banking software firm in Chicago, IL. She has an M.A. in English from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.