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Evaluating Web Resources

You may find quite a bit of your information from the Internet, which is fine. But remember, you must evaluate the source you're using in order to determine if it is credible. Wikipedia is ok to use to gather background information on your topic, but it isn't something you should cite within your project. Make sure you aren't using student-created resources such as Google Sites, Weebly, Wix, Prezi, etc.

Below is a PDF that lists questions you can ask yourself in order to determine if a source is reliable.

**When entering a website into Noodletools, each field must be entered manually.  Include AS MUCH information as possible...omitted information is like a wrong entry.

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