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Biological Procedures Online

, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp S100–S106

DOI: 10.1251-bpo15

Cite this article as: Lee, L.E.J. & Misser, E. Biol Proced Online 1999 1: S100. doi:10.1251-bpo15

Abstract

This article attempts to convey the joys and frustrations of skimming the Internet trying to find relevant information concerning an academic’s work as a scientist, a student or an instructor. A brief overview of the Internet and the -do’s and don’ts- for the neophyte as well for the more seasoned -navigator- are given. Some guidelines of -what works and what does not- and -what is out there- are provided for the scientist with specific emphasis for biologists, as well as for all others having an interest in science but with little interest in spending countless hours -surfing the net-. An extensive but not exhaustive list of related websites is provided.

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Author: L. E. J. Lee - E. Misser

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