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How can students, teachers, parents, and librarians be certain that the information a Web site provides is accurate and age appropriate? In this unique book, experienced science educator Judith A. Bazler reviews hundreds of the most reliable chemistry-related Web sites. Each review discusses the most appropriate grade level of the site, analyzes its accuracy and usefulness, and provides helpful hints for getting the most out of the resource.

The Web is the first place many students look for information. Yet the Web is notoriously unreliable. How can students, teachers, parents, and librarians be certain that the information a Web site provides is accurate and age appropriate? In this unique book, experienced science educator Judith A. Bazler reviews hundreds of the most reliable chemistry-related Web sites. Each review discusses the most appropriate grade level of the site, analyzes its accuracy and usefulness, and provides helpful hints for getting the most out of the resource.

Sites are organized by topic, from Acids to Thermodynamics, making it easy to locate the most useful sites. A handy summary presents the best places on the Web to find information on science museums, science centers, careers in chemistry, and chemistry supplies.

Book News Annotation:

Reviewing hundreds of chemistry-related Web sites for accuracy, usefulness, and appropriate grade level, this book provides students, educators, and parents with a resource to quickly locate information on topics covered in standard chemistry curriculum. Bazler (science education, department of curriculum and instruction, Monmouth U.) organizes the Web sites by topic, from "Acids" to "Thermodynamics," providing helpful hints for getting the most out of each resource. In addition, she includes chapters summarizing the best sites for science museums, science centers, chemistry careers, and chemistry supplies. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

This book lists and reviews the most useful Web sites that provide information on key topics in chemistry.

Synopsis:

The first place many students for information is the Internet. However, the World Wide Web is notoriously unreliability - how can students, teachers, parents, and librarians be sure that the information a web site provides is accurate and age appropriate? Chemistry Resources in the Electronic Age solves that problem by reviewing hundreds of the most reliable web sites in chemistry. Each review discusses the most appropriate grade level of the site, analyzes its accuracy and usefulness, and provides helpful hints for getting the most out of the resource.

About the Author

Judith A. Bazler is Associate Professor of Science Education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Monmouth University.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Introduction

The Basics

Information in the Electronic Age

Formats of Resources

Types of World Wide Web Resources

Web Basics

Searching

Evaluating Web Material

Beyond the Web

Copyright and Plagiarism in the Electronic Age

Resources in Chemistry

Types of General Science Resources

General Sources of Chemistry Information

Chemistry Topics

Supplies

Museums, Science Centers, and Summer Programs

Careers

Glossary

Index

Product Details

ISBN:
9781573563796
Author:
Bazler, Judith
Publisher:
Greenwood
Author:
Bazler, Judith A.
Location:
Westport, Conn.
Subject:
General
Subject:
General science
Subject:
Physics
Subject:
Chemistry
Subject:
Online Services - General
Subject:
Computer network resources
Subject:
Chemistry -- Computer network resources.
Subject:
Internet, Online
Series:
Science Resources in the Electronic Age
Series Volume:
Bd. 4
Publication Date:
20030931
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Pages:
312
Dimensions:
9.58x6.04x1.05 in. 1.34 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , This book lists and reviews the most useful Web sites that provide information on key topics in chemistry.
"Synopsis" by , The first place many students for information is the Internet. However, the World Wide Web is notoriously unreliability - how can students, teachers, parents, and librarians be sure that the information a web site provides is accurate and age appropriate? Chemistry Resources in the Electronic Age solves that problem by reviewing hundreds of the most reliable web sites in chemistry. Each review discusses the most appropriate grade level of the site, analyzes its accuracy and usefulness, and provides helpful hints for getting the most out of the resource.
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