SAVING & PRINTING

INTERNET BOOKMARKS

The following instructions were prepared by Ms. Carolyn Hatcher at the Cape Fear Community College Learning Resource Center (LRC) and edited by me primarily to help students perform Internet tasks related to my course assignments, especially the Bibliography project. While this is its primary purpose, our hope is that anyone might find these instructions helpful.

I. You must use a formatted 2HD disk!

II. If you are using a community computer, such as those in Cape Fear's Library, it will be necessary to delete the existing bookmarks to ensure that only those bookmarks which you will save for your bibliography get saved and printed.

III. NOW YOU ARE GOING TO SEARCH THE NET TO FIND YOUR INFORMATION AND SAVE THE ADDRESSES IN THE FORM OF BOOKMARKS.

Note: How you define your search on the Internet is as important as when doing a subject search in the electronic catalogues of a library. The more broadly your topic is stated the greater the number of sites will be found in your search. This could make finding information difficult. Thus define your subject clearly and specifically, .

IV. TO PRINT AND CLEAN UP YOUR DOCUMENT YOU WILL NEED TO DO THE FOLLOWING:

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