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Chapter 3: Evaluating Information Sources (Mastering the Art of Information Literacy) (07:23)

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This program examines ways to know if a source is credible by looking at authorship and expertise, the publisher or platform, objectivity and bias, citations and references, and timeliness and currency of the information. It also presents tips for evaluating online sources by checking domain and URL, extensions, cross-referencing, and exercising caution with user-generated content.A MotionMasters Production.

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Chapter 3: Evaluating Information Sources (Mastering the Art of Information Literacy)

Part of the Series : Mastering the Art of Information Literacy
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This program examines ways to know if a source is credible by looking at authorship and expertise, the publisher or platform, objectivity and bias, citations and references, and timeliness and currency of the information. It also presents tips for evaluating online sources by checking domain and URL, extensions, cross-referencing, and exercising caution with user-generated content.  A MotionMasters Production.

Length: 8 minutes

Item#: BVL291372

ISBN: 979-8-89206-398-2

Copyright date: ©2023

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