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Evaluating information

If you have found a publication or an internet site, how can you judge whether or not it is trustworthy? Or how do you find out whether a scholarly article is regularly cited? Here you will find some useful leads to help you judge information.

 

If you have found a publication or an internet site, how can you judge whether or not it is trustworthy? Or how do you find out whether a scholarly article is regularly cited? Here you will find some useful leads to help you judge information.

 

Evaluating information 
The theme of this tutorial is ‘red wine‘. A very attractive theme for judging various resources. Follow the tutorial; note the background information included and become a epicure in the field of resource evaluation.
©Ithaca College

How can I assess the bibliographic references that I have found? 
In about 20 minutes you will learn how to evaluate the quality and relevance of found literature. You will also learn how to narrow down the information that you have found to a manageable selection.
©VU University Amsterdam

Evaluating information 
In this guide, you will learn about a standard evaluation criteria that will help you quickly and accurately evaluate information.
©University of Vermont Libraries

Evaluating websites 
In this module you will learn how to evaluate the quality of a website
©Acadia University

Scholarly or popular? 
A very short tutorial to find out if you are dealing with a scholarly article or not.
©University of Michigan