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webliography

(ˌwɛblɪˈɒɡrəfɪ)
n, pl -phies
(Library Science & Bibliography) a list of items published on the internet, esp one indicating sources used in the preparation of a book or academic paper
[C21: from web (bib)liography]
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In addition to the webliography of resources described in this article, a snapshot of three essential programs available is presented to provide guidance to military families in their dual journey of service to kin and country.
The book includes a catalog of field recordings, discography, filmography, and annotated webliography. It is illustrated with color photos.
The "Annotated Webliography" by the George Blood Audio/Video/Film Preservation firm is also a valuable resource for format-specific recommendations, http://wuw.georgeblood.com/Webliography.html (accessed 27 August 2015).
There is an excellent bibliography and webliography. This book will make a great addition to the primary school library, but I can also see a place for it in the reluctant reader collection for Year 7s.
"Selected Webliography of New Media Poetry." ekac.org (2014): <http://www.ekac.org/webliolinks.html>.
The book also includes: "A Note to Our Readers," a foreward, an introduction, an afterword, and an extensive webliography of poetry sites.
PASTE A COMPREHENSIVE SUBJECT-RELATED WEBLIOGRAPHY AT THE BOTTOM OF YOUR FEEDBACK
The book includes a webliography. Stielow is head of American Public University System's Classroom/Research Information Services.
The book includes an appendix with a good "webliography" and a helpful glossary.
This webliography includes the following MOOC-related resources that will help provide the reader with: a definition of MOOCs, resources for locating MOOCs, pedagogical resources, and additional resources for keeping up with MOOCs.
Students were evaluated based on their performance and participation in discussion, debate, group research and presentation, participation in an online teaching module, and an annotated webliography. The basis of comparison came from two sources: a class survey and students' grades.