Evaluating Internet Resources
Internet Resources are plentiful but vary in quality, reliability, and accuracy. It is sometimes difficult to differentiate a source that is authoritative from one that is not. When using Internet resources as a source of information and data, it is important to make sure the information you are using is authenticated. Listed below are some resources for helping you do that.
- Evaluating Internet Resources : A guide from Robert Harris to determining authenticated information.
- Thinking Critically about World Wide Web Resources : Tips and questions to ask from Esther Grassian at UCLA.
- Evaluation of Information Sources: Listing of sources in general and specific areas for evaluation, particularly of Internet Resources. From Alastair Smith.