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Evaluating Internet Resources     View
This is an entertaining website which profiles phony copies of websites alongside the original. Enjoy yourself while honing your website evaluation skills. Scroll back for other useful tips.

Thinking Critically about World Wide Web Resources     View
Checklist of questions by a librarian at UCLA Library, designed to help users determine the reliability and authority of online resources. Questions examine web page content, authorship, currency, accuracy, usability, and more.

WAVE Accessibility Evaluation Tool     View
"WAVE is a free web accessibility evaluation tool...used to aid humans in the web accessibility evaluation process. Rather than providing a complex technical report, WAVE shows the original web page with embedded icons and indicators that reveal the ...

Resources for Methods in Evaluation and Social Research     View
This site contains annotated links to how-to information on the tools of social research: "surveys, focus groups, sampling, interviews, and other methods." Sections include research ethics, methods, policy analysis, and statistical data. Fr ...

Evaluating Information Found on the Internet     View
Guide for researchers examines issues of evaluating authorship, publishing body, point of view or bias, referral to other sources, verifiability, and currency. Discusses "the criteria by which scholars in most fields evaluate print information, and ...

Internet Traffic Report     View
This site "monitors the flow of data around the world. It then displays a value between zero and 100. Higher values indicate faster and more reliable connections." Updated every five minutes.     View
Although criticized in Business Week , this is an excellent site for E-commerce research and analysis. Consumers can obtain ratings and reviews of companies which deliver services and/or products over the Internet. All firms in an industry are ranked ...

A Safety Net For The Internet     View
The New York Public Library offers guidelines for parents about childrens' use of the Internet.

Shopping Safely Online     View
This Better Business Bureau Web page includes the sections "Online Fraud Red Flags," "Online Shopping Tips," "Protecting Your Privacy," "Bogus Websites," "Quick Check List," and related links. Also ex ...

Evaluating Information Tutorial: Websites     View
Includes a checklist of questions to ask when evaluating internet sites.




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