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Spark 001 - The Art of Attention (Varnot): Evaluating Sources

Library Session for The Art of Attention

Evaluating Sources for Credibility

North Carolina State University (NCSU) Libraries, 3:14

Questions:

  1. What words can be used to describe a credible source?
  2. What factors contribute to a source's credibility? 
  3. What warning is given about bias? 
  4. What is the editorial process called for academic journal articles? 
  5. When selecting sources, what else must you consider beyond credibility?

P.R.O.V.E.N.

proven image for evaluation

P.R.O.V.E.N. for evaluating sources, by Ellen Carey; See full document for details