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How to Evaluate Information Sources: Home


Evaluating the information you find in books, journals, and on the Internet is an important process in your academic work. Not all information sources will be authoritative, reliable, or well researched, but this does not mean they are not valuable for your field of study.

This guide will give you tips on how to identify what type of information source you have found and how to evaluate the content of the source.