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|Currency Timeliness of the information||Relevancy Appropriateness of the information||Authority
Source of the information
Reliability and correctness of the information
Purpose and objectivity of the information should be clear.
|Is there a date the information was published, posted or updated?
Do links to other sites or information work properly?
|Does the information on the site answer your research questions?
Is the information at an appropriate level?
|Is the author identified and qualified to write about this topic?
Can they be contacted?
Does the URL represent a credible source?
(for example, .gc.ca – Canadian government
.com – commercial website)
|Is the information well researched and documented?
Does it include a bibliography?
Are there errors in spelling, punctuation or grammar?
|Is the information intended to teach or inform?
Is the information based on fact, rather than opinion?
Is the site free of stereotyping and bias (racial, cultural , faith or gender)?
How did the telescope change the way we view the world?
All About Explorershttps://www.allaboutexplorers.com/explorers/columbus/
Pesky Pathogens (Choose at least one purple site)
Use the citation tool Bibme (Citation Guide) to complete your bibliography.
Remember that your bibliography needs to be in alphabetically order.