Teaching Internet Research Skills
a seminar presented by Genie Tyburski

COURSE SECTIONS

Introduction

Myths & Misconceptions

Research Starting Points

Evaluative Skills

Hypothetical Research Exercises

Fact-Finding Exercises

NAVIGATION

Home

Search This Web

Site Map

SPONSORS

The Virtual Chase

Drexel University,
College of Information Science & Technology

MYTHS & MISCONCEPTIONS
Free versus Fee

Instruction style: Multimedia (e.g., PowerPoint presentation, Web-based instruction) with or without teacher assistance. Also possible in the traditional classroom or with lecture-style presentation.

Description: To sensitize patrons to the fact that as Web businesses evolve, they discover that they cannot remain in business by giving information away. Often this means the adoption of fee-based subscription plans or pay-per-view models.

Fee or Free?

Choices and Use

Trade-offs (Free)

Trade-offs (Fee)

Recommended Reading:

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