Site Credibility Exercises (Edited 11/06/06 ADA)
Link to the following sites and evaluate their credibility. Develop your own criteria for credibility and determine a method for finding out if a site has met the criteris. If this is not possible try Web Evaluation Criteria. For help using the web to verify credibility check TipsEvalInfoWeb.htmInformation Credibility:
Some help developing your evaluation skills
|TipsEvalInfoWeb.html: For tips on using the web to evaluate information|
A "Historical Writings" and a biographical "tribute" to Dr. King?
Looks good was formally from an academic institution [http://pubweb.acns.nwu.edu/~abutz/di/intro.html]. The author Professor Arthur R. Butz, I believe has now retired so the document is no longer available on the Northwestern University site.
This is an online source designed to help potential buyers of digital cameras make a decision. Is this a credible source? Why or why not?
Evaluate the following as a group:
http://www.dhmo.org/ A Con position on the availability of DHMO.What about the credibility for these pagees.
http://www.armory.com/~crisper/DHMO/ A proponent of DHMO
Kelly Blue Book. Car prices.
"Order a CARFAX Vehicle History Report... the first step to protecting yourself against buying used cars with costly hidden problems."
Books- Use your web and Critical Thinking skills
to evalaute the following: 11. (27)-
and the Lying
Liars Who Tell Them: A Fair and Balanced Look at the Right by
Franken. Use your web skills to find out about the book and the