Library » Undergraduate Library » Evaluating Internet Sources ... Was it
recommended by a faculty member or another reliable source? Generally, an
It is often difficult to determine authorship of Web sources, and even if the author
is listed, he or she may ... therefore, it is particularly important for the individual
Internet user to evaluate the resource or information. ... Reliability and Credibility.
Developing a keen sense of the credibility of sources, based on such clues as ...
is relevant, that doesn't mean the material is relevant to want you want or is
reliable. .... The Internet addresses (Domain Names), which end in such
extensions as ...
Guide and links to help evaluate the credibility of online resources for students
How do you judge the quality of Internet resources? eye means ... You should be
able to check the material you find against other reliable sources. Content that ...
Feb 22, 2013 ... Internet sources, and evaluating Internet sources. ... And there's the problem of
trying to decide which studies have produced reliable results.
Nov 5, 2010 ... This post includes four lesson plans, photos of anchor charts, and reliable
Internet sources geared for students. What Colleges Are Saying: It's ...
Students should be encouraged to carefully evaluate sources found on the
Internet. The evaluation tool (below) will help students analyze web resources in
Mar 11, 2013 ... In other words, your sources must be reliable, accurate, and trustworthy. ... Be
especially careful when evaluating Internet sources! Never use ...
May 22, 2013 ... There are six ways you can tell if your website is credible. ... Author – Information
on the internet with a listed author is one indication of a credible site. ... Sources –
Credible websites, like books and scholarly articles, should ...