Lesson created by Andy Collins using
Video from DavidLRiceLibrary YouTube Channel
There are many resources on the Internet that are available for you to use when conducting research. Are all websites valid resources? Should you trust everything you find? How do you decide what content is good and what content is bad?
Prior to 1440, printed materials were difficult to produce. The Gutenberg Printing Press helped to revolutionize humankind's ability to mass produce printed materials. The development of the WorldWideWeb and the Internet allow every connected human now to be their own publisher. From a resource validation standpoint, describe how these two events are similar to one another and how they have changed (for the better or worse) publication of research.