chapter 3: Successful Searching in Social Studies

Terry, Patricia
January 2004
National Educational Technology Standards for Students Curriculu;2004, p17
Book Chapter
Chapter 3 of the book "National Educational Technology Standards for Students: Curriculum Series: Social Studies Units for Grades 9-12" is presented. It explores on the successful searching of social sciences that delivered more issues through a wide variety of mass media. Search tools are designed to categorize specific data from Web sites and online databases housed in the Internet.


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