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Acknowledgements

Contributors to the content on the following pages are gratefully acknowledged by the uwill team.


Animations and Flash files are the work of Jill Yetman except the Internet animation in "The Basics" and the searching exercise in the Expanded Academic Index, which are the work of Zach Hooker, and the brainmapping movie which is the work of Devang Patel.

William Badke, Trinity Western University, Langley, BC, provided the pithy measurement of background information (" ... talk for at least 1 minute without repeating yourself.") in "Information Cycles."

Much of the material in "Evaluating Your Search Strategy" was developed by Susan Kane.

Thanks for support and context to the UW Libraries Information Literacy Steering Committee: Anne Zald (Chair), Susan Clark, Terry Jankowski, Suzanne Klinger, Sarah Leadley, Theresa Mudrock, Brenda Philip, Deborah Pierce, and Linda Whang.


Research 101 has recently been a featured site in:

  • The British Columbia Ministry of Education
  • the Librarians' Index to the Internet
  • The Web's-Eye View "Bag of URLs" from the Maricopa Center for Learning & Instruction,
  • SiteLines, written by librarian Rita Vine, a web search trainer, and lead site evaluator of the Search Portfolio web search product, who monitors over 50 key alerting services related to web search tools, site announcements, and the business of web search. SiteLines is intended to present a distillation of the most important trends, news, and new web search tools and directories;
  • World Wide Learn, the World's largest directory of online courses, accredited online degrees, continuing education, online training, and online education; and
  • the online periodical for reentry students Back To College .

It has also been licensed freely for use by


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The uwill team 2000-2004:

Anne Graham, Computer Specialist
John Holmes, Content
Zach Hooker, Web Developer
Madolyn Nichols, Research Assistant
Devang Patel, Web Developer
Doddy Samiaji, Web Developer
Jill Yetman, Web Developer

 

 

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