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Website Evaluation

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Andy Francis

on 8 December 2016

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Comparing two sites

Difficult to find individual authorship
The sites authors accreditation can be found on the site
Very easy to contact the website, for additional information

Very difficult to find authorship
History.com does have a great reputation, although seen bias to US-centered History
No Qualifications found
Contact information is linked with TV
networks so can be confusing to
contact site contributors
No Date, but additional sources available
Content is updated as needed
Additional links are visible for further reading

Again, no dates
Has additional links to other history.com materials
No dead links, updated often
Heavy site moderators
Website Evaluation
Andrew Stacey
I personally prefer USHistory.com because it is a more accredited source, meaning it is cited by historians in various fields. It also is backed by textbooks companies and editors.

Finally, I prefer USHistory.com because it covers more content and is less reading, but more dense, meaning, for students, they appreciate the easy language, yet dense when reading specific subjects in History.

USHistory.com also provides online textbooks for US Govt and World Civilizations that helps us learn. These textbooks are great in 1-1 classrooms to exchange for the more traditional 5lb textbook, when you can have more information in an electronic form.

I would argue that I enjoy history.com for its videos, and
have used this site for its primary source videos. I just
prefer the UShistory.com as a resource for myself
and my students.
Appearance Wise



Japanese Internment
Is very specific and dense in its words
Non-Bias, critical of US policy
Presents a fair and balance argument for this topic

Is known to have bias to US-Centered
This topic, doesn't cover as much as other sites
Information should be pro-Japanese
Is not overly critical of US
Is based around facts, but pretends
to non-bias in its work

USHistory.org is an Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation, the website ushistory.org, which supports our mission to educate the public about the Revolutionary and Colonial eras of American history
Authors are historians from all around the US.
It utilizes primary sources to fact check
No distinct author - collaborative effort
Historians are listed on landing page for the text

History.com is a US Cable news channel, as well as educational resource that provides both video and online resources to the community. It's goal is educate its viewers with small snippets within each theme of history. For example, videos and facts around the Japanese Internment
Authors are historians from various Institutions
Content is written to allow easy reading
Quite difficult to determine Author
Very easy to follow
Chapters have small readings
Historians are listed
User friendly
Appearance is quite plain, which adds to the History stigma with students.
Much more visually appealing
More of a "US History YouTube Channel"
No mistakes
Flow of movies is chronicle, which helps out students
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