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Jennifer Curtis

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Transcript of RADCAB


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What is RADCAB?
RADCAB is an acronym used to help us evaluate and analyze information.
Is this information relevant to your topic?

Will it answer your questions?

Are you on the right track?
Is this information appropriate for my age/grade level?

Is the information confusing?

Does it make you feel uneasy? Would you be embarrassed if an adult saw what you were looking at?

If the information is not appropriate for your age, confusing, or makes you feel uneasy, find another source!
Why was this information written?
To inform me?
To persuade me?
To entertain me?
To sell me something?

Look for clues like...
the domain suffix (.com, .edu, .gov, .mil etc.)
the tone of voice or language used (slang and/or curse words)

So, if the source...
Your vehicle for information evaluation!
Are there enough details to support your research?

Is it good information or just "fluff"?

Is the information organized and easy to read?

Is there a search box?

Make sure the website is up to date

Do all of the links still work?
Who is the author of the information?

What are his/her qualifications?

Can you contact him/her by mail, email, or telephone?
Works Cited

Why do we need RADCAB?
Internet is not monitored
Is relevant
Is appropriate
Has good details
Is current
Has a credible author
Has little or no bias
It's a good source!
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