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Quick Ways to Evaluate Information

by Barbara J. Feldman June 6, 2008

As you may be aware, evaluating the information you have gathered is a key step in the research process. Let’s look at some quick ways to evaluate information. Start with the ten “C’s” of information evaluation: •Content•Credibility•Critical Thinking•Copyright•Citation•Continuity•Censorship•Connectivity•Comparability•Context Content and credibility are two of the biggest factors in evaluating information. Check to see if the […]

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No Hassle Information Evaluation Online

by Barbara J. Feldman June 5, 2008

Gathering information on a particular topic takes time! After you have gathered all the information you need, it is time to evaluate the information. This can be a lengthy process for some people, but let’s discuss how you can evaluate information with no hassle. Start with the scope of the book, article, or web site. […]

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