Related Resources

Web Resources for Research

Criteria for evaluation of Internet Information Resources
"This is a 'toolbox' of criteria that enable Internet information sources to be evaluated for use in libraries, e.g. for inclusion in resource guides, and helping users evaluate information found."

Electronic References and Scholarly Citations of Internet Sources
Located at the World-Wide Web Virtual Library, this site includes help on how to cite electronic references & Internet Sources in a research paper.

Evaluating World-Wide Web Information
Suggestions for how to evaluate information found on the World-Wide Web, including an Internet Evaluator Checklist.

How Statistics can Mislead You
An article written by Arnold Barnett published in Technology review that elaborates on how statistical numbers shown by research studies could be misleading or deceiving.

Resource Selection and Information Evaluation
A discussion of how to select and use Internet-based resources in research.

The Qualitative Report
"An online journal dedicated to qualitative research and critical inquiry"

Qualitative Research Resources on the Internet
a list of resources on the Internet for qualitiative research.

Wired Science
An article written by Herb Brody published in Technology review that suggests that the technologies of the Internet are providing evidence of fostering collaboration and dissemination of new data among the various research communities. Examples of specific electronic research and publication projects are also profiled.

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