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Descy, Don E. – TechTrends: Linking Research and Practice to Improve Learning, 2006
Some remember when they accessed the Internet through the telephone on a 300-baud modem. It was slow and it was not easy, but it gave them a view of the world. Now there is the web, idiot-proof email, and practically unlimited wireless connectivity. Having gone from desktop computers to laptops, now a major push is moving connectivity into the…
Descriptors: Internet, Telecommunications, History, Computers
Branzburg, Jeffrey – Technology & Learning, 2006
The Internet is a natural place to look for images that teachers can use in lessons and students can use in projects and assignments. Google, Yahoo, AltaVista--many of these popular search engines offer image searching. Usually there is a tab to click at the top of the page to select image searching; just enter a search term and go! However, this…
Descriptors: Visual Aids, Internet, Search Engines, Web Sites
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Ischinger, Barbara; Puukka, Jaana – Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, 2009
Over the years and almost unnoticed, the Norwegian University of Technology (NTNU) had transformed Trondheim, a city 500 kilometers from the Arctic Circle, into Norway's technological capital. As such, high-tech companies like Google, Yahoo, and FAST chose to establish their Norwegian research and development (R&D) base in this far-away part…
Descriptors: Economic Development, Higher Education, Research and Development, Foreign Countries
Farmer, Tom – Techniques: Connecting Education and Careers (J1), 2009
"I wanna be an astronaut when I grow up" was a common refrain from children in the 1970s, 80s and 90s, and it might have given the U.S. space program leaders a false sense of security that an endless line of well-qualified workers would be waiting outside their door for years to come. The reality has been that not enough students have chosen…
Descriptors: Space Exploration, Space Sciences, Student Interests, Science Careers
Roberson, Keith W. – ProQuest LLC, 2010
The purpose of this study was to develop and evaluate a web-based college awareness program that would aid college-bound students in their search for a college or university that fit their interests. Since there is an increase in computer usage among high school aged students, and there are a very few college awareness programs included in the…
Descriptors: College Preparation, Interests, Rating Scales, Internet
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Dennis, Simon; Bruza, Peter; McArthur, Robert – Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 2002
Compares search effectiveness when using query-based Internet search via the Google search engine, directory-based search via Yahoo, and phrase-based query reformulation-assisted search via the Hyperindex browser by means of a controlled, user-based experimental study of undergraduates at the University of Queensland. Discusses cognitive load,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Relevance (Information Retrieval), Search Engines
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Healy, Shawn – Social Education, 2007
Although China has made notable progress in liberalizing its economy over the past three decades, the Communist Party maintains a stranglehold on political freedom, and in no place is this more apparent than the roadblocks it places on the Information Superhighway. Indeed, according to Reporters Without Borders, China stands as "... the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Access to Information, Internet, Information Technology
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Alshare, Khaled; Miller, Don; Wenger, James – Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 2005
This study explored college students' perceptions regarding their use of search engines. The main objective was to determine how frequently students used various search engines, whether advanced search features were used, and how many search engines were used. Various factors that might influence student responses were examined. Results showed…
Descriptors: Majors (Students), Student Attitudes, Search Engines, Online Searching
Balas, Janet L. – Computers in Libraries, 2005
This article explores personalized search technologies showing that various vendors are trying a variety of approaches. Brief descriptions are given of some of beta projects in effort to assist librarians seeking to offer services that meet their patrons' individual needs by exploring how personal search technologies are being used on the Web in…
Descriptors: Information Systems, Search Engines, Public Libraries, Library Services
Goldsborough, Reid – Black Issues in Higher Education, 2004
There comes a time when one asks even of Yahoo, even of Google, "Is this all?" Yahoo and Google do an admirable job of categorizing the Internet and making its contents more accessible. But ultimately they're search tools, not research tools. There's a great deal of information not on the Internet, particularly thoroughly researched,…
Descriptors: Research Tools, Search Engines, Reference Services, Internet
Alodhaibi, Khalid – ProQuest LLC, 2011
Recommender systems aim to support users in their decision-making process while interacting with large information spaces and recommend items of interest to users based on preferences they have expressed, either explicitly or implicitly. Recommender systems are increasingly used with product and service selection over the Internet. Although…
Descriptors: Information Processing, Decision Support Systems, Decision Making, Preferences
Hu, Tao – ProQuest LLC, 2009
Online services (OLS) provide billions of Internet users with a variety of opportunities to exchange goods, share information, and develop or maintain relationships. Popular examples of OLS web sites include eBay.com, Amazon.com, Dell.com, Craigslist.com, MSN.com, Yahoo.com, LinkedIn.com, Zillow.com, Facebook.com, Wikipedia.com, and Twitter.com.…
Descriptors: Information Systems, Internet, Models, Web Sites
Dyrli, Kurt O. – District Administration, 2009
We are at the start of a revolution in the use of computers, one that analysts predict will rival the development of the PC in its significance. Companies such as Google, HP, Amazon, Sun Microsystems, Sony, IBM, and Apple are orienting their entire business models toward this change, and software maker SAS has announced plans for a $70 million…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Computers, Educational Technology, School Districts
Callery, Anne – 1996
The Internet has the potential to be the ultimate information resource, but it needs to be organized in order to be useful. This paper discusses how the subject guide, "Yahoo!" is different from most web search engines, and how best to search for information on Yahoo! The strength in Yahoo! lies in the subject hierarchy. Advantages to…
Descriptors: Cataloging, Classification, Information Retrieval, Information Sources
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Echo-Hawk, Roger; Zimmerman, Larry J. – American Indian Quarterly, 2006
The scrutiny of racism as a cultural practice is well established in scholarship and in American public discourse. The underlying problem of race itself is also a common topic in academic writings and is a matter of ever-increasing consensus in anthropology and biology. But the significance of race as an inherently flawed interpretation of human…
Descriptors: Biodiversity, Archaeology, Racial Bias, Scholarship
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