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Biology Resources in the Electronic Age

By: JA Bazler
286 pages, Tabs
Biology Resources in the Electronic Age
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  • Biology Resources in the Electronic Age ISBN: 9781573563802 Hardback Sep 2003 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
Price: £58.99
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A useful resource intended to provide a gateway to authoritative Web sites suitable for use in teaching and learning. The bulk of the volume is a bibliography of Web resources grouped by topic. Each record includes title, URL, grade level, a suggested search engine for hunting similar information, suggested keyword(s), and a detailed annotation. Among the 37 topic categories are "Animal Behavior," "Diffusion," "Heredity," and "Viruses."

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By: JA Bazler
286 pages, Tabs
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?[A] worthwhile purchase for school and public libraries? I think the answer is yes; many children unfortunately do not have access to good libraries but may have Internet access at school or at home. Since it is no secret that students of all ages use the web for research, having a list for recommended sites can be comfort to their teachers, librarians, and parents even if the students themselves are ready to just google their topic. And somehow, a print book still has an air of authority that most Web sites lack.?-E-STREAMS
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