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A single search can link you to a thousand Web sites. The Web can be a good source for some information. But, when it comes to articles, the library is a more efficient place to search. On the Web, you may need to wade through many fragments of articles before you find full text that is freely available and appropriate for college-level research. If you use Web resources, evaluate them carefully.

The good and the
bad of the Web ...
  • Book and movie reviews
  • Directories
  • Statistics
  • Travel information
  • Government and nonprofit web sites
  • Copyright or ownership of content can be unclear
  • Some content is edited on a minute-by-minute basis by non-experts
  • Snippets of scholarly information (citations) seldom link to full text without the library's linking services
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