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Video-Websites & Assessing Credibility
Assessing Websites (Video)
Video showcases concepts to consider when assessing websites for credibility and demonstrates how to apply using a sample website from a Google search
Why Use Resources from the Web?
Pages and sites found on the Web can help supplement gaps in information needed. It can be more challenging to locate background on web sources (author, date published, etc.) and sources may not have gone through a vetting process before being made live. Need some guidance on how to determine credibility? Check out the video on the left side of this page.
You will need to find an essay from an academic or scholarly website that has a knowledgeable and reputable author as one of your sources for the Research Project. You will also need to locate an essay or post on a popular website or amateur blog.
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