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(a) Is the article scholarly?
Searching and Evaluating the Internet
- Evaluate Web Pages (Widener University)
- Tate and Alexander, librarians at Widener University, were pioneers in the art of formal Web page evaluation. They advocated five basic criteria (accuracy, authority, objectivity, coverage, currency) with variations in approach for different types of Web pages. This is an updated version of their work.
- Thinking Critically about Web 2.0 and Beyond (Esther Grassian, UCLA College Library)
- Presents an excellent checklist of criteria and questions relevant to Web page evaluation.