‘Surfing the internet’ and academic research: What use for historians?
The Internet is a relatively new phenomenon whose value has yet to be proven in an academic research environment. Many scholars remain sceptical of its uses beyond entertainment and the supply of general information. Through the example of historical research, this paper attempts to reveal both the present limitations and future scope of the new technology. © 1996, Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. All rights reserved.
Organ, M., & McGurk, C. 1996, '‘Surfing the internet’ and academic research: What use for historians?'. Australian Academic and Research Libraries, vol.27 , iss.1 , pp.31-39.