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information sources – and it also contains some very unreliable, biased sources
... of each website you use, whether it's for a class assignment or your personal
use. ... might have? “Google” with ... If the author references online material, does
How to differentiate credible from fraudulent information is not a new ... It is safe
to assume that if you have limited background in a topic and have a ... Like any
other source, the authority of the author helps determine the value of the
information. ... page on America Online, the address might be http://www.erols.
Aug 4, 2015 ... How do you tell when information you find on the internet is reliable? ... If the
information is part of a journal or other online publication, you ...
Mar 11, 2013 ... In other words, your sources must be reliable, accurate, and trustworthy. ... You
can ask the following questions to determine if a source is credible. ... of
information found on the Internet than an older audience might be.
Want to know how to tell good Web sites from bad and where to go on the ... This
guide provides help for finding reliable Web sites and outlines things to ... If you'
re specifically looking for information about complementary health approaches:.
The questions below will help you in evaluate web pages for use as academic
sources. ... Was it found via a search conducted through a search engine? Unlike
library databases, the accuracy and/or quality of information located via a search
engine ... Was it recommended by a faculty member or another reliable source?
Dec 21, 2009 ... Is the information from sources known to be reliable? ... You can quickly
determine a site's sponsor by looking for references at the top ... an organization,
you might want to consider if the organization known and respected. .... For
example, let's say you found an article in the online newspaper-The Truth at ...
Online Library Learning Center ... Any information that you use to support ideas
and arguments in a research paper should be given some scrutiny. ... The
domain suffix might also give you a clue about the geographic origin of a Web
site. ... If you can't determine who wrote the site or who or what is sponsoring the
To determine how reliable and free from error the information contained on a ...
Always remember to verify the information on the website with information found
in ... If so, do these print sources provide you with additional information on who ...
If you are going to cite information found on a Web site, it's important to know ...
First, determine if the factual information on a Web site can be corroborated
elsewhere—through a reference to or citation of a clearly reliable source, for
example. ... should never be trusted, no matter how perfect it might seem for your