Validating internet resources
To find out more about an author: Google the author's name or dig deeper in the library's biographical source databases.
To find scholarly sources: When searching library article databases, look for a checkbox to narrow your results to The internet is a great place to find both scholarly and popular sources, but it's especially important to ask questions about authorship and publication when you're evaluating online resources.
Print and Internet sources vary widely in their authority, accuracy, objectivity, currency, and coverage.
Users must be able to critically evaluate the appropriateness of all types of information sources prior to relying on the information.
Validation is important, and will ensure that your web pages are interpreted in the same way (the way you want it) by various machines, such as search engines, as well as users and visitors to your webpage.
Learn About: Criteria used to evaluate print and Internet information resources, differences between print and Internet resources, characteristics of scholarly vs.
popular periodicals, and the scholarly publication cycle.
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