Using the internet, HR Management

There is an increasing amount of material available on-line through the Internet, and the Web in particular is becoming a very useful tool in research.

• The Internet can be used to access material directly on screen, or to identify sources to follow up by acquiring the actual publications from elsewhere. Many journals and magazines are now published on the Internet - if not in full, then at least the contents and summaries of articles. You will also find many research articles published directly by their authors.

• Use the "search" facility to identify potentially useful material. Type in key words and follow up the references given.
Follow links from one site to another ("surfing") to locate material which is useful.

• Bookmark important or interesting sites so that you can find them again quickly.

• Don't forget to reference information derived from the Internet - use the full site address or publication details given.

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