Lesson 1: Web basics for critical thinking

Lesson 2: The empowered researcher example of an address that forwards to another address example of a specialty search engine for speeches public-domain audio with transcripts of 20th century political and historical events, personalities and protest songs sounds for sounds for video for fine art an analysis on public attitudes on social issues with overview, pro/con, organization links nonpartisan summaries of views outside the U.S. selected world newspapers results of U.S. public opinion surveys basic profiles of countries and transnational issues ancient history texts and images information on philosophy U.S. cases, codes, news and commentary scientific information only browsing worldwide government sites primary source documents material from scholarly resources search Web sites according to Dewey Decimal number

Lesson 3: How to validate information on the web

Lesson 4: Look at the Links

Lesson 5: Research Outside the Box

Lesson 6: Blogs, RSS, Podcasts and Wikis

Lesson 7: Understanding Internet Search Tools

Lesson 61: How do I find media I can use?

Lesson 71: Educational fair use and parody

Lesson 74: Understanding Research Tools

Lesson 79: Taking Notes and Getting Organized

Lesson 80: Citing Sources and Creating a Bibliography