This is a PowerPoint and guided notes that help teachers walk through the basics of Internet research with students. It shows students ways to test for the reliability or a website in a fairly straight-forward manner. The teacher and students work through an example together, and the students explore an example on their own to determine its reliability. The examples include labels on the slides so the students can actually see the important information. There are also some effective searching tips and a quick lesson on in-text citations for websites. The first 28 red slides are the presentation slides that the teacher will project. The rest of the gray slides are the handout that the teacher will want to print off for the students. (I suggest clicking File, Print, change "Full Page Slides" to "Four Slides Horizontal," change the print range to Slides 29-60, and change Color to Pure Black and White.) The slides look jumbled at first, but when you present, they are animated so that information pops on and off, helping focus students' attention to the proper section of the website.