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Website Evaluation Tool

Use these questions to identify whether a website is credible or not. These questions are based off a website evaluation tool produced by Forsyth County Schools in GA. The original PDF version is available at bit.ly/1QcVPM3

Find and Evaluate Credible Information Sources Online

With the enormous amount of information on the internet, and all the people and groups with different agendas, how can you find good information? How can you tell if that information is coming from a credible source? This article explains all and includes a checklist, tips and an animated step-by-step guide.

Teaching Adolescents How to Evaluate the Quality of Online Information | Edutopia

Use these strategies to help middle and high school students identify relevance, accuracy, bias, and reliability in the content they read.

Evaluating Websites as Information Sources | Edutopia

Using a six-point strategy, teachers can help students learn about responsible web research by assessing the validity of most information that they’ll encounter online.

C.R.A.P. Website Evaluation Checklist

C.R.A.P. Test�Website Evaluation Checklist Title of page you are evaluating: URL of page: CURRENCY When was the page written or updated? If no date is given on the page, visit the home page to look for the date. Date __________________ Provide a screen capture or specific information ...

8 Sites and Resources That Help Students Check Their Facts - The Tech Edvocate

Spread the loveWith all the information they ever need right at their fingertips, it is imperative to teach students how to check their facts. Unfortunately, it can be challenging to know what is true and false, and students are struggling deciphering the truths from the falsehoods. According to Stanford University, their research “shows a dismaying inability by students to reason about information they see on the Internet, the authors said. Students, for example, had a hard time distinguishing advertisements from news articles or identifying where information came from.” As fake news, biased media, and internet hoaxes abound, students need to …