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Evaluating Online Sources

Introduction

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Evaluating sources means recognizing whether the information you read and include in your research is credible. This step can be particularly challenging when your research includes online sources. Carefully evaluating online sources has become especially important as it has become easier for anyone to create polished-looking web content. We can no longer rely on simple tricks like looking for .orgs or avoiding sites loaded with advertisements. 

Navigate through the tabs on the left to learn strategies that will give you more confidence and choice in how you navigate online sources.