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Using Research and Evidence - OWL - Purdue University

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Mar 11, 2013 ... In other words, your sources must be reliable, accurate, and trustworthy. How do I know if a source is credible? You can ask the following ...

How can my students know if a web source is reliable? » Internet ...

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Students should be encouraged to carefully evaluate sources found on the Internet. The evaluation tool (below) will help students analyze web resources in  ...

How Can I Tell if a Website is Reliable? - College of Education

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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 ...

Choosing Credible Sources

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If so, that is a good sign, even if no individual author is listed. If you cannot tell what group or individual developed the site, think twice before using the source.

Helpful Hints to Help You Evaluate the Credibility of Web Resources

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How to differentiate credible from fraudulent information is not a new ... If the information is not backed up with sources, what is the author's ... Like any other source, the authority of the author helps determine the value of the information.

How to Search & Determine Credible Sources on the Internet

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Then if you do decide to look up information from other sources, you can compare it to what you found first. If the election results on Smitty's Web Press don't ...

Evaluating the Credibility of Your Sources | Columbia College

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This means that the sources you reference need to be credible and authoritative. ... If you have doubts about an on-line source, you can discuss it with your ... Citation databases will also tell you the number of times this source has been cited ...

Evaluating Internet Sources

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Was it recommended by a faculty member or another reliable source? ... the page to related sources, electronic or print, for assistance in determining accuracy. ... Look carefully to see if there is a relationship between the advertising and the ...

Evaluating Online Sources | Columbia University Libraries

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How do you determine if a source is credible? You can evaluate the reliability and scholarship of information you find both online and in print by using these ...

How to Evaluate the Credibility of a Source (with Cheat Sheet)

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A source is more credible if written by someone with a degree or other credentials ... It will tell you who registered the domain name and when, how many other ...

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How can I tell if a website is credible? - UKnowIT (Self Service)

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May 22, 2013 ... There are six ways you can tell if your website is credible. ... SourcesCredible websites, like books and scholarly articles, should cite the ...

How to check your sources for credibility - EasyBib

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When looking at any source, the key questions to ask yourself are 1. who is ... Ask yourself the following questions to help you determine if a source is reliable: ...

Reliable Research: How to Determine If a Source is Credible ...

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Jan 21, 2015 ... Learn how to do research that is credible and accurate by evaluating your sources for how relevant the information is verifiable the information.