This guide provides links to many Web sites and specific Web pages related to your topics.
If a link takes you to the Home page of a Web site, look for a SEARCH box and use your keywords to search for a specific Web page in that Web site related to your topic.
Remember that you are taking notes from a single WEB PAGE at a time. If you click a Web Page link that is NOT a page number, you are now on a new Web page and you must begin with a new Web Evaluation/Notesheet.
APA-Academic Stress (challenging reading level)
NCBI-Cool Kids Program (paragraph on Cool Kids program)
Tech Addiction (Gaming, Social Media, Internet, Cell Phone)
Psychology Today-Trapped in Web (very good source)
NetAddiction-Online Gaming Addiction (long article-challenging reading level)
Is this a trustworthy web page?
Go to one of these web pages:
2. Dog Island
Take a minute to visually evaluate the web page.
Then turn to the pink Web Evaluation Note-sheet in your packet and ask/answer the questions in your head for the web page. (You DO NOT have to write anything down on the sheet.)
Locating Web page citation information can be a little tricky. Not every web designer follows good web design techniques. Take a look at the examples below to see where to look for the citation information on different type of web pages.
Example 1 is from a news web site - CNN.
Example 2 is from a basic informational web site that follows good web design techniques.