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There are good sites on the web as well as questionable ones. Be careful and evaluate. Using the library's subject web pages, you can locate some quality sites.
- Who is the author(s) or the publisher of the item?
- Is the information too dated to be useful?
- Does the information promote a particular point of view or is the information more objective?
- Are references provided so you can locate the original sources of the information?
Thinking about any type of publication, including web sites, in this way will help ensure that you have located the best information available.
The Gingrich Guide has more information on evaluating source material.
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