Mike Markel's Web Design Tutorial
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About the Tutorial

This tutorial presents a brief overview of the reasons to evaluate information you find on the Internet, offers guidelines to assist you in the process, and helps you assess the information found on sample Web pages.

Although the principles presented here apply to all kinds of information found on the Internet, the primary focus is on sites from organizations and companies-sites that you will likely visit while conducting research-rather than on personal Web sites.

Keep in mind that some of the guidelines presented here might not apply to your research needs. You need to think about your own purposes and about how your audience will use the information you provide.

How to Use This Tutorial

To follow the tutorial screen by screen, use the right arrow at the bottom of the screen. Use the left arrow to retrace your steps. To go directly to a topic, use the links on the right-hand portion of the screen. Then use the Back and Forward buttons on your browser to retrace your steps.

Please e-mail Mike Markel with questions and comments about the tutorial and its links.
  

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