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Threshold Concepts: Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education: Evaluating Internet Sources

Resource guide for faculty, librarians, and administrators on the new framework for information literacy for higher educaiton.

Objective

Learn to effectively evaluate the information that you find on the web.

Try the tutorial to find out more.

Test yourself with an activity or quiz.


 

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Tutorial: Evaluating Internet Sources

Evaluating Internet Sources
Learn to effectively evaluate the information that they find on the web.
 

Learn to effectively evaluate the information that you find on the web.

Activities

Identify an author's credentials.  Identify the credentials and qualifications of an author of a Web site or scholarly journal.  Decide if the author is qualified to write on the topic; justifiy your conclusions.  (Use sources other than the site or article).

Use the CRAAP Test worksheet to evaluate sources of information for your research project.