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Evaluating Web Pages
Questions to Ask & Strategies for Getting the Answers is an excellent guide from UC Berkeley.
Five Criteria for Evaluating Web Sites
Here is a brief table of tips and questions to ask about webpages from Cornell University.
Evaluating Information from Penn State University
"One of the most basic concepts in doing good research is evaluating the information you plan to use. ...This tutorial, through a series of videos, will provide a framework for thinking critically about all the information you encounter..."
Google Scholar is an open web source that will search scholarly content.
- If the item is available freely online, there will be a link that reads "PDF" or "HTML"
- If the item is available through Ikeda Library, there will be a link that reads "Find it @ Ikeda Library"