"There is a great deal of information on the Internet. Before students use that information, they need to ask whether or not the sources are trustworthy. These questions can help judge Internet sources:
- Is the source a primary or secondary source? Facts from a primary or firsthand source are often more trustworthy than secondhand information.
- Is the source an expert on the subject? An expert is someone who is respected in the field and considered an authority.
- Is the information complete? Is information presented on all sides of an issue, not just facts that support the author’s opinion?
- Is the information current? Generally, you want the very latest information.
- Is the source biased? A biased source is one that favors one side or opinion over the others. Because of this, a biased source is not always a reliable source of information. [...]"
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