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Evaluating Web Pages: Questions to Consider: Appendix:
Evaluation Resources

Content, except the Appendix, based on Jim Kapoun's "Teaching undergrads WEB evaluation: A guide for library instruction." C&RL News (July/August 1998): 522-523. Used with permission.

Links to Additional Online Evaluation Resources

Cairo, Alberto. The Functional Art: Alberto Cairo's weblog on visualization, infographics and data journalism.
[Guide to evaluating data presentation online, including from news sources. Cairo is presenting at Cornell on Friday, October 13.]

Caulfield, Michael A. Web Literacy for Student Fact Checkers.
[See the table of contents for a list of ways to evaluate the accuracy of news stories. Succinct, practical guidance.]

Cornell University Library. Research & Learning Services. Critically Analyzing Information Sources.
[What to look for when evaluating published content].

Cornell University Library. Research & Learning Services. Evaluating News Sources.
[Guide used for our Fake News Workshops.]

Stony Brook University. School of Journalism. Center for News Literacy. Digital Resource Center. Lesson 8: Source Evaluation.