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Chico Junior WPE Prezi

Tips and tools for evaluating web pages
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Liesl Jones

on 18 November 2013

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Transcript of Chico Junior WPE Prezi

When you search for information online, how do you know that you can trust what you find?
A
B
C
http://www.commoncraft.com/search
Let's start by watching this introductory video...
You need tools you can use now!
Evaluating web pages is as easy as
A
stands for AUTHORITY.
Who wrote the webpage?
Why did they write the page?
What information have they published about themselves to show that they are an expert?
Is there a link to information about the author or organization?
Ask yourself these questions as you
check out these sites:
(Take your time!)
B
stands for BIAS.
Is the webpage written objectively?
Does the author or organization have a fair view, or do they show an opinion?
Are there ads or ad banners on the page?
Ask yourself these questions as you
check out these sites:
(Take your time!)
http://whirledbank.org/
D
stands for DATE.
Is the webpage up to date?
Can you find the day it was last updated?
Check several of the links. Are they all live, or are some of them "not found"?
Ask yourself these questions as you
check out these sites:
(Take your time!)
http://www.worldbank.org/
Don't risk feeling
like this:

You're on the right webpath, now!
Take this quiz on surveymonkey for feedback!

Just
use
your
A
B
C
!!!
AUTHORITY
BIAS
CONTENT
http://www.dogretirement.com/index.htm
Finally, test yourself with these sites:
http://city-mankato.us/
http://www.thedogisland.com/
http://www.newtechusa.com/ppi/services.asp
http://www.iowaprimatelearning.org/
C
stands for CONTENT.
Is the information trustworthy? Are there enough facts to support the information given?
Take a look at the spelling or grammar throughout the website. Are there any obvious mistakes?
Is a works cited list/bibliography provided, so that the reader can do fact-checking?
D's
DATE
http://www.rythospital.com/2011/#
http://zapatopi.net/treeoctopus/
http://www.dhmo.org/
http://www.finalcurtain.com/
http://www.mjt.org/themainpage/main2.html
D
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GJF5RFW
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