The most powerful feature of the WWW is the way it provides links to other sites.
Imagine what it would be like to find your college library suddenly expanded to include
materials from all over the world. That's what Web links do for you. Try surfing the Web
to find materials that enrich a course's syllabus. Fortunately, a growing number of sites
are useful for history and religion students. Here are a few links to get you started.
Please tell me of sites you have found that might be included here. Notify me if any of
these links don't work.
USING THE WORLD WIDE WEB
Like any resource, the Internet should be used critically. Anybody -
even you and I ! - can publish anything on the Web without an editorial
board or professional authority vetting it. Web users, to protect
themselves from becoming dupes, must develop skill in evaluating Web
material. Here are a few guides: