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Searching the Web for Conflict: A Tutorial on Smarter
and More Effective Information Access

The following Web search assignments are designed to aid and instruct high school, college, or adult education students in using the Internet to research conflict-related topics. Each assignment provides a different scenario and set of questions pertaining to the particular type of information that is needed to address the situation.

 

Finding Conflict Information on the World Wide Web

 

Web Search Assignments

International: Global Free Trade / WTO

Domestic: Environmental / Urban Sprawl

Social Justice: Workers' Rights

International: Global Terrorism

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