Here is an expert guide for students to the vast resources on the Web. The handy A-Z format enables users to quickly research key topics in the history curriculum by using reliable, level-appropriate sites chosen by a curriculum expert. Each topical entry offers an annotated list of sites chosen for their accuracy and for their ability to answer questions generated by the curriculum. Citations include a detailed description of the site that discusses its strengths and weaknesses and explains how to navigate it most effectively. Other chapters present basic information about the Web--search engines and other search tools, how to evaluate Web material, and copyright and plagiarism issues--as well as handy information on resources for teachers and parents, museums, summer programs, and careers.Near the end of the aquot;Table of Contents, aquot; youa#39;ll see aquot;Opinionaquot; essays on a variety of topics. ... The most relevant essays to the modern Civil Rights movement are aquot; WWII and the Beginnings of Change, aquot; aquot;The New Movement Begins, aquot; aquot;Changeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Social Science Resources in the Electronic Age: U.S. history|
|Author||:||Elizabeth H. Oakes, Mehrdad Kia|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 2004|