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Evaluating Internet Sources
The volume of information on the Internet is enormous, with few controls governing its accuracy or reliability. Simply because information exists on the Internet does not mean you should use it as a reference source, so it is important that you analyze the material.
This LibGuide explains some things you should look for when evaluating information found online.
Evaluating Internet Sources Infographic
Head of Reference, Mervyn H. Sterne Library; Information Literacy Coordinator & Liaison to English