Web 2 and You

Phillips, Bob; Wacogne, Ian
November 2007
Archives of Disease in Childhood;Nov2007, Vol. 92 Issue 11, p941
Academic Journal
The authors reflect on the impact of the Internet, specifically Web 2.0, on children in Great Britain. They found that the easiest way of understanding Web 2.0 is by understanding first Web 1.0. They suggests the application of Index Medicus, followed by www.hotreference.com which is a free tool to compile or online a list of references into a paper. Another example would be browsing Web pages.


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