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Evaluation of Information Sources     View
Links to sites, some annotated, outlining selection criteria in evaluating information resources, specifically Web sites. For librarians and others who are selecting sites to include in an information resource guide. A Virtual Library site.

Evaluating Information Found on the Internet     View
Time-tested, librarian-created guide to copyright, intellectual property, fair use, propaganda, misinformation, disinformation, bias and resource evaluation. From Johns Hopkins University librarian Elizabeth E. Kirk.

Evaluating the Quality of Information on the Internet     View
This guide explores examples of "false or fraudulent information as reported in the news or trade literature, provides examples of Web sites that illustrate good or bad information, and suggests strategies that help you detect bad information. ...

Evaluating Quality on the Net     View
Excellent paper on evaluating resources found on the Internet, by Hope N. Tillman, Director of Libraries, Babson College.

ICYouSee: T is for Thinking: A Guide to Critical Thinking About What You See on the Web     View
A tutorial on using critical thinking when evaluating Internet resources. Includes a pop quiz and homework assignment. By John R. Henderson, a reference librarian at the Ithaca College Library.

Evaluating Web Sites: Criteria and Tools     View
A basic introduction. From the Olin and Uris Library, Cornell University, New York.

Evaluate Web Pages     View
Focuses on teaching how to develop critical thinking skills that can be applied to evaluating Web pages. Includes checklists for advocacy, business/marketing, news, informational, and personal Web pages, as well as a teaching module on how to judge t ...

Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators: Critical Evaluation Surveys for Internet Resources     View
A series of surveys designed for use by educators to help their students critically evaluate Web resources. For all grade levels, in English, German, French, Spanish, and Portuguese. Includes links to many other evaluation resources.

MedlinePlus: Evaluating Internet Health Information: A Tutorial From the National Library of Medicine     View
"This tutorial teaches you how to evaluate the health information that you find on the Web. It is about 16 minutes long." It walks consumers through the process of determining who is behind a website (such as a physician or a drug company), ...

Safe Shopping     View
Tips for safe shopping online. Sections answer questions about security, privacy, payment, product, terms, delivery, records, complaints, and tips. From the American Bar Association.



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