The Internet: Its Impact and Evaluation

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Appendix 1

thenortheast.com

Accuracy-some broken links

Authority-Welcome to the North East of England's Official Website! See below

Objectivity-© Gateshead Council Libraries and Arts Service 1999 supported by Northern informatics (BOTH LINKED)

Currency-no dates on pages, but source file is dated. Home page states Spring/Summer 99

Coverage-Anyone in the region can explore opportunities in lifelong learning, training and employment. Get information on health, money, housing, legal problems, government or other subjects. Check out the best in sport and leisure. Learn more about the region's history and culture.

Affiliation-about us page in preparation but see above

Audience-anyone in the region+visitors

Stability (i.e. is it here today, gone tomorrow?)-not stated but funded by EU and Heritage Fund money

Organisation of content-standard page layouts with clear links to navigating the site

Ease of access (in terms of server performance and requirement to register)-no need to register; immediate contact with server

Site performance on the user's terminal (in terms of number and kind of graphics, plug-ins required, and options for the disabled)-special services for visually impaired and Deaf users advertised, but these are actually information pages about services from Gateshead Libraries NOT adapted pages from the site!

Please turn off underline links in your browser preferences.

Install verdana font to see site as designed.

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