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Information Literacy: Evaluating Resources

Four key components in evaluating resources
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Heather Lewin

on 5 September 2013

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Transcript of Information Literacy: Evaluating Resources

Evaluating Resources
Accuracy
Authority
Currency
Purpose
Publication date
Currency of the references
Updates to information found on websites
Person(s) or organization
Background and qualifications
Reputation of the author or publisher
Presence of references
Peer review system for scholarly literature
Quality of writing
Popular or scholarly treatment
-Level of writing and the intended audience
Writing style
-Informative or persuasive
-Objective or arguing a side
ENG 250
September 11, 2013
Presentation given by Heather Lewin

Based on a PowerPoint
by Andrea Dinkelman
Iowa State University
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