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(aus INFOBITS:) Hinweise zur Evaluation von WWW-Angeboten u.a.

>"Evaluating Web Resources" in the October 1996 issue of IAT Infobits
>included a list of articles to help educators review and evaluate Web
>sites. A new IAT Information Resource Guide, "Evaluating Web Sites for
>Educational Uses: Bibliography and Checklist," includes the citations
>from this article plus several additional resources. A short checklist
>of questions is also included to aid in selecting sites for educational
>The following Information Resource Guide was revised and updated:
>"Multimedia Technology: Bibliography"
>To access a list of the documents in the Information Resource Guides
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>The list now includes the date each guide was last updated.
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