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09-27-2006
Default Evaluating the Validity of a Website/page

http://lib.nmsu.edu/instruction/evalcrit.html

I see that many of you guys need help in this aspect.

It is an easy process and takes a few seconds.


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Good post sir. You should just sticky this.

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Oftentimes, you can find out stuff about almost any subject you wish to know about by simply searching Wikipedia, and that for sure is a reputable site, since they have people who actually review for accuracy.


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Oftentimes, you can find out stuff about almost any subject you wish to know about by simply searching Wikipedia, and that for sure is a reputable site, since they have people who actually review for accuracy.
Universities won't let you use Wikipedia, as it's not a credible source. Just a heads up.
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Wikipedia isn't a credible source to many schools, even here in Canada.
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Wikipedia is a good source for sources, though. It gives you the basics, or more, and then links you to sources.
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