== New Internet Sociologist tutorial from Intute ==
A new edition of the FREE Internet Sociologist online tutorial has been
released in the Intute: Virtual Training Suite at:
The tutorial, which teaches Internet research skills, has been completely
updated and revised by Suzanne Barbalet, Intute Sociology Editor. Department
of Sociology, University of Surrey.
Internet Sociologist aims to help university and college students to develop
Internet research and information skills for their university and college
work. Students can:
- TOUR the best of the Web for sociology
- DISCOVER how to search the Web effectively
- JUDGE which websites are worth using for coursework
- read SUCCESS stories to inspire effective use of the Internet
Students can use the tutorial for self-directed, independent learning.
Lecturers and librarians can easily list it as a resource in course reading
lists, VLEs and websites, or use it as a learning resource to support
courses in research methods, information literacy or study skills.
We welcome your feedback - please use the online feedback form on the
This is just one of the tutorials in the Intute: Virtual Training Suite, a
free service from JISC which offers over 60 free Internet tutorials for
universities and colleges, authored by a national network of subject
Professor Nigel Gilbert, ScD, FREng, AcSS, Professor of Sociology,
University of Surrey, Guildford GU2 7XH, UK. +44 (0)1483 689173