Tag Archives: Evaluating sources

Why Wikipedia isn’t All Bad

By Shay Digenan It’s probably nothing new to hear that Wikipedia is not the most reliable source on the internet. It’s been pounded into our brains since junior high, and I would venture to say, with the expansion of technology, … Continue reading

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Looking Past the First 10 Results: Tips for Filtering Sources Effectively

By Isabella Comin You have an assignments that requires you to use 8-10 sources. You’re probably thinking, “Do I really need 8-10 different people to tell me I’m right?” Well, as it turns out, you do. And who you recruit to … Continue reading

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