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Evaluating Websites

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Lana Reeser

on 9 May 2016

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Transcript of Evaluating Websites

Be wise!
Evaluating
Websites

Does it relate to my topic?

Who is the intended audience?
Is there an "About us" page?

What are the author's qualifications?
Is it factual, propaganda,
or opinion?
Is it biased?
political, cultural, religious, or personal
How do you identify credible sources?
P
urpose
A
uthority/Author
R
eliable
C
urrent



C
Is your website
current
?
When
was it written and/or last
updated
?
Do the links work?
R
Is your website
reliable and relevant
?
Is there a
bibliography
or
works cited
page?
A
Who is the
a
uthor
?
Look for the "About" link or tab
P
What is the
purpose

of the website?
D
escribe
D
ollars
I
nform
P
ersuade
E
ntertain
E
ducate
Facts
or opinion?
"PARC it here"
(stay put/don't leave)
- This is a CREDIBLE website!
http://www.pomegranatephone.com/
A word about...
Wikipedia
Hoax websites
http://www.thedogisland.com/index.html
Snopes.com
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
http://www.snopes.com/
Let's try one ON OUR OWN....once you have evaluated the following website, hang on to your ticket & go get your books!

http://www.umbachconsulting.com/miscellany/velcro.html
Evaluate this article using the PARC method!
Is it
relevant
to your topic?
(Does this info have anything to do with _______?)
What are his/her credentials?
Let's try one together!
http://www.zapatopi.net/treeoctopus/
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