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Research News And Comment: Webs Of Meaning: Computer And Internet Resources For Educational Research And Instruction

D. Fetterman
Published 1998 · Sociology

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T Internet is one of the most powerful resources available to educational researchers. It can be used to conduct searches about a topic, analyze census data, conduct interviews by "chatting" or videoconferencing, share notes and pictures about a research site, debate issues with colleagues on listservs and in on-line journals, and download useful data-collection and analysis software. A brief review of Web resources, including software available on the Web and the addresses of useful Web sites, will enhance your exploration of this rich resource. (A list of educational research Web sites discussed in this article are available at ~davidf/edwebresearch.)
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