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Evaluating Information Sources

Tips for evaluating the usefulness and credibility of information from journals, websites, books, and other sources.

Timelilness

Questions to Consider:

1.  Is it important that this information is current?  Is the information in the source current?

2.  When was the source created, compiled, or published?

3.  Is the information still valid and useful for your purposes?