MS Information & Communication Technology / PhotoShop
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3rd Week (September 14 - September 18)
1. Source Selection Tips:
Read about Internet Reliability here.
Try to select sources that offer as much of the following information as possible:
Author's Title or Position
Author's Organizational Affiliation
Date of Page Creation or Version
Also: choose among the URLs that end in .edu, .gov or similar
Mind you that all the sources that list first after you have typed in a research query are commercial (almost all URLs ending in .com) or paid for.
Try to scroll down an choose among others to.
IMPORTANT: Do not believe everything you read! Be critical!
Always search for more different types of sources of the same information.
Have the source selection tips in mind.
2. Assignment: try to differentiate between reliable and non-reliable websites:
1. Read this article
2. Write a document
- Source selections tips
- Information Retrieval
- Formal Style
- Citation rules
3. Upload the file to your Google Drive (so that you can access it form anywhere)