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Katherine Giltinan (k.giltinan)
Tue, 03 Feb 1998 01:42:34 -0600

Amber asked a fine question (see quote below). The quality of any research
tool depends, ultimately, on the researcher. In other words, Amber, it
depends. Some of the dependant considerations are online in a guide for
evaluating internet research, written by John Henderson for the Ithaca
College Library:

I found it interesting. Hope you do, too.

>Date: Mon, 02 Feb 1998 11:15:03 -0600
>From: Amber Richter <richters>
>Subject: internet

>This is a question concerning the internet. Is the internet a good
>research tool for professionals in art education? why or why not? Is it
>a good place to start brainstorming ideas? What about the reliability of
>the source?