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Look for every entrance to a topic and every potential door that may lay hidden behind that room with no apparent end. Therefore, it may seem daunting, but it is nothing more than changing the way you view your particular topic from a different perspective, or angle. It may be as simple as looking for the opposite or slightly off the topic in order to find the major you are looking for. Another good reference for researching the Internet is http://www.aresearchguide.com/ or A Research Guide for Students by I. Lee, he gives a lot of good information and places to start. There are many different ways to search for information on the internet.
Many teachers (99%), as said by redOrbit.com, do agree that “the internet enables students to access a wider range of resources than would otherwise be available” (para 9). Also, 77% say that “having access to today’s ‘digital tools’ has had a ‘mostly positive’ effect on kids these days when it comes to researching their work” (para 3). However, many of these teacher (64%) say that the Internet is “doing more harm than good when it comes to a student’s academic pursuits” (Harper, 2012, para 4). So is it bad or good for students to be using such a highly controversial topic in schools? Although, there have been many positive advantages of technology and Internet access in schools.