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How to Use the Internet

How to Use the Internet This excellent site outlining each step for Internet research at the secondary level focuses on a variety of information literacy topics, from how to cite sources to how to evaluate information on the Internet. It includes teacher resources. OSLIS Secondary •
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How to Use the Internet


This excellent site outlining each step for Internet research at the secondary level focuses on a variety of information literacy topics, from how to cite sources to how to evaluate information on the Internet. It includes teacher resources.

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