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  1. Internet Use by University Students: An Interdisciplinary Study on Three Campuses

    Timothy T. Perry, Leslie Anne Perry & Karen Hosack-Curlin

    Internet Research Vol. 8, No. 2 (1998) pp. 136–41

    Surveys were administered to 548 students from three regional universities in the southeastern United States, examining: how many students regularly use the Internet, hours per week regular users... More

    pp. 136-41

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  2. Select Bibliography of Resources for Internet Trainers

    Hollis Near

    Internet Reference Services Quarterly Vol. 2, No. 4 (1997) pp. 237–42

    Presents selected bibliography listing resources for Internet trainers with an emphasis on training the trainer. Includes print and electronic formats of educational materials published between... More

    pp. 237-42

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  3. Designing Internet Instruction for Latinos

    Lori S. Mestre

    Internet Reference Services Quarterly Vol. 2, No. 4 (1997) pp. 185–99

    Discusses how to provide effective Internet instruction to Latino students in higher education. Topics include cultural issues, computer literacy inequalities, the Internet as a motivating... More

    pp. 185-99

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  4. Internet Access in School Library Media Centers

    Nancy Everhart

    Internet Reference Services Quarterly Vol. 2, No. 4 (1997) pp. 165–84

    Examines Internet resources available for elementary school children and discusses why Internet access should be provided through school library media centers. Highlights include appropriate Web... More

    pp. 165-84

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  5. Scholars and the Use of the Internet

    Noam Kaminer

    Library & Information Science Research Vol. 19, No. 4 (1997) pp. 329–45

    A survey of university Ph.D. faculty (biologists and social scientists) investigated the relationship between Internet use and computer use (experience and perceived expertise), experience with... More

    pp. 329-45

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  6. An Exploratory Study of Internet Addiction, Usage and Communication Pleasure

    Chien Chou, Jung Chou & Nay-Ching Nancy Tyan

    Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Meeting 1998 (February 1998)

    This study examined the correlation between Internet addiction, usage, and communication pleasure. Research questions were: (1) What is computer network addiction? (2) How can one measure the... More

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  7. Internet Opportunities

    Dori Ridgeway

    Science Teacher Vol. 65, No. 2 (1998) pp. 20–22

    Surveys internet sites that provide resources for science teachers and their students. Focuses on topics related to science and society, sound, optics, professional development, and tips for... More

    pp. 20-22

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  8. Internet Implementation in Brazilian K-12 Schools

    Luiz Antonio Joia

    Internet Research Vol. 7, No. 4 (1997) pp. 301–4

    Presents a framework for implementing the Internet in Brazilian elementary and secondary schools. Topics include schools as assembly lines in the information society; pedagogical uses of the... More

    pp. 301-4

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  9. Networked Information Resources: Electronic Opportunities for Users and Librarians

    Jane E. Klobas

    Internet Research Vol. 6, No. 4 (1996) pp. 53–62

    A study of Australian university staff focused on Internet use and the potential impact of network use on librarians. This article reports on innovative uses of the Internet (information transfer, ... More

    pp. 53-62

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  10. The Internet in the Context of Cross-Cultural Management

    Jon Franklin Ramsoomair

    Internet Research Vol. 7, No. 3 (1997) pp. 189–94

    The Internet offers inexpensive contact with other cultures. This article describes the development of a cross-cultural management course for university seniors in business and economics and MBA... More

    pp. 189-94

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  11. Internet: The Ultimate Reference Tool?

    Brendan Devlin & Mary Burke

    Internet Research Vol. 7, No. 2 (1997) pp. 101–8

    Despite the hype, the Internet has limitations as a reference tool. This article discusses the use of the Internet as a reference tool, examines bibliographic structure on the Internet (online... More

    pp. 101-8

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  12. Internet: The Marketing Challenge of the Twentieth Century

    Paul Herbig & Brian Hale

    Internet Research Vol. 7, No. 2 (1997) pp. 95–100

    Previously thought to be above commercial activity, the Internet is proving to be an outstanding marketing tool. This article examines linkage via World Wide Web, electronic mail, and news groups; ... More

    pp. 95-100

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  13. Scholarly Resources on the Internet

    Julene Butler

    Internet Research Vol. 7, No. 1 (1997) pp. 51–52

    The Internet provides more than access to library catalogs, weather reports, and games. This article describes two categories of scholarly Internet resources: peer-reviewed electronic journals and ... More

    pp. 51-52

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  14. Data Integrity and the Internet: Implications for Management

    Richard G. Mathieu & Robert L. Woodard

    Internet Research Vol. 6, No. 1 (1996) pp. 92–96

    More management professionals are using the Internet to support information gathering and research. This article examines the use and citation of information on the Internet: accuracy and... More

    pp. 92-96

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  15. Integrating the Internet into the Business Environment

    Mary J. Granger & David L. Schroeder

    Internet Research Vol. 6, No. 2 (1996) pp. 85–89

    Provides an introduction to the communication resources of the Internet and provides several specific examples of business solutions in the areas of electronic mail communications, business... More

    pp. 85-89

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  16. Netiquette: The Rules of the Road for Effective Internet Communication

    Gene Kinnaly

    Library Mosaics Vol. 8, No. 3 (1997) pp. 10–16

    Presents guidelines for effective Internet communication. Discusses rules for creating e-mail messages; posting messages to online discussion groups and newsgroups; and using initialism and ... More

    pp. 10-16

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  17. Internet Primer: Workshop Design and Objectives

    Corinne Y. C. Laverty

    Internet Reference Services Quarterly Vol. 1, No. 3 (1996) pp. 35–53

    Outlines the design, objectives, and evaluation of an introductory Internet workshop offered with library instruction classes in an electronic classroom at Queens University (Kingston, Ontario,... More

    pp. 35-53

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  18. Evaluating Use of the Internet among Academic Reference Librarians

    Marilyn Rosenthal & Marsha Spiegelman

    Internet Reference Services Quarterly Vol. 1, No. 1 (1996) pp. 53–67

    A survey of academic librarians in New York State (n=139) regarding their attitudes toward the Internet as a reference tool creating user and nonuser profiles incorporating gender, age, experience,... More

    pp. 53-67

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  19. The Case of Hallucinogenic Plants and the Internet

    Marion M. Micke

    Journal of School Health Vol. 66, No. 8 (1996) pp. 277–80

    Discusses how to determine Internet information validity and cultivate students' Internet consumer skills, highlighting Internet access to information about locally available hallucinogenic plants.... More

    pp. 277-80

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  20. Incorporation of Internet Databases into Pharmacotherapy Coursework

    Robert K. Sylvester

    American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Vol. 61, No. 1 (1997) pp. 50–54

    Describes a project to assess and enhance student ability to access pharmacotherapy data using the Internet and World Wide Web, and to evaluate selected Internet sites as sources for a... More

    pp. 50-54

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