Mike Markel's Web Design Tutorial
SECTION 2: Guidelines for Evaluating Internet Sources
Most of the guidelines for evaluating Internet sources are similar to the guidelines for evaluating print sources. However, because information can appear on the Internet without passing though the formal review procedure that is characteristic of many print sources, you need to apply these guidelines a little differently as you evaluate information you find on the Internet. This section of the tutorial will help you determine whether the information you find is accurate, current, and unbiased.


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