A Webliography For Teachers and Students Exploring Middle School Graphing

December 4, 2009 at 6:49 pm (Uncategorized)

Webliography for Middle School Graphing


When this assignment was assigned, I thought of how useful annotated bibliographies are, but I was not really sure about how I felt about completing this Webliography. As  I worked on it, I realized that this tool is educationally equivalent to an annotated bibliography, yet it is more useful in that the sources are more widely accessible. When you look at a bibliography and find books that are useful, you need to find a way to physically attain the books. In the case of a Webliography, all you have to do is find a computer with Internet capabilities and you can access the source. Not everyone has the Internet, but it is usually easier to find a computer with Internet access than to find one single book, especially if it is in a different county, state, or country. It all comes down to availability and implementability, both of which are  existent with an online source. Webliographies allow for great accessibility and in turn have a greater effect. More over, there are no due dates or late fees on Internet pages.

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