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Evaluating Internet Information: The Virginia Tech Library has included a very simple chart that gives brief evaluation criteria that must be used when citing a quality information web site for research purposes. Modified with permission from Susan Beck, The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: or, Why It's a Good Idea to Evaluate Web Sources Evaluation Criteria.

 

Five Criteria for Evaluating Web Pages: "The Cornell University Library has provided a Web Evaluation Chart prepared by Jim Kapoun, Instructional Librarian at Southwest State University."

 

Good, The Bad and The Ugly, or, Why It's a Good Idea to Evaluate Web Sources: A guide on how to judge a website and decide if it is legitimate by Susan E. Beck, Head, Humanities & Social Sciences Services Department New Mexico State University Library.

 

Thinking Critically about WWW Resources: A critical guide prepared by Esther Grassian, Librarian at the UCLA College Library. She offers advice for choosing appropriate sites for research purposes, including some tips to consider when selecting Web sources such as Content, Evaluation, Source, Date, and Structure.

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