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Evaluating Web Resources   Tags: criteria, information evaluation, internet, website evaluation  

The internet is brimming with information, but not all of it is trustworthy. This guide should give you the tools to decide which information to trust.
Last Updated: Apr 12, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Information Avalanche

The Miniwatts Marketing Group estimates that over two billion people are connected to the Internet. While only 34.3% of the world population, that is still an awful lot of people reading, creating and collaborating!

They produce information, which is great. It means that whatever topic you choose, there is information out there for you. Increased information also means that some information is bound to be better than others, and it is up to you to evaluate the information you find. Evaluating the information you find may sound daunting, but there are some key things to look for.


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