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Evaluating Internet Health Information Tutorial: Download Instructions

The tutorial is for demonstration purposes and can be downloaded and viewed when no Internet connection is available.

Download: Evaluating Internet Health Information (10.8MB)

Download instructions:

  1. Click on the link for the downloadable version of the file. Since the downloadable files are compressed into a zip format, not all software packages will follow the step-by-step directions below.

  2. Save the "zip" file to a new folder on your hard drive or disk, noting where you saved it. The name of the zipped file folder is

  3. Unzip and extract the files using WinZip® (About WinZip: or similar software and be sure to extract ALL the files to the same location. The "zip" file contains 30 files.

  4. To start running the sample tutorial, double click on the extracted file named webeval_start.html (the large file may take a minute to load).