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The World Wide Web, also called the Web or WWW, allows you to access information on the Internet through a browser. One of the main features of the Web is the ability to link quickly to related information.

Use the Web
  • to find current news and information

  • to find information about organizations and companies

  • to find data from all levels of government - federal to local

  • to find both expert and popular opinions

  • to connect to library resources

Examples of Web Addresses (URL)

  • (U.S. Census Bureau)

  • (Google, a search engine)

  • (The College of New Jersey)


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