This one-stop source guides students and educators through the chaos of the Internet, helping them locate authoritative information on topics covered in the World History, U.S. History, Government and Civics, Economics, and Geography curricula. Students are taken directly to the Web's best sites for general researching in the field. They are provided with creme-de-la-creme sites on key topics in the discipline, each of which has been screened by an expert in the field and chosen based on a detailed analysis of the national standards and leading subject texts. Reviews include the site's name, URL, and appropriate grade range, as well as a thorough discussion of how to use the site for research. Students' forays into a discipline are bolstered by Web sites for subject-appropriate museums, summer programs, and careers. Subject sites are also critiqued for teacher use and development.
Social Science Resources in the Electronic Age will be a boon to novice and savvy Web users alike. It addresses the needs of high school and undergraduate researchers, and is ideal for educators and parents. Sites are reviewed for professional associations, academic groups, conferences, workshops, programs, clubs, and other outlets for students interested in working or doing internships in the subject. Each site is definitive, comprehensive, credible, and current.
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