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An Analysis of the Use of the Internet and World Wide Web by Secondary Social Studies Teachers in Indiana
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International Journal of Social Education Volume 14, Number 2, ISSN 0889-0293

Abstract

Explores the use of the Internet by secondary (grades 7-12) school teachers in Indiana within their social studies classrooms, the teachers' purposes for using the Internet, and the variables that may have contributed to or detracted from the teachers' use of the Internet in their classrooms. (CMK)

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vanFossen, P.J. (2000). An Analysis of the Use of the Internet and World Wide Web by Secondary Social Studies Teachers in Indiana. International Journal of Social Education, 14(2), 87-109. Retrieved December 17, 2018 from .

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