Evaluating Internet Sources
- Evaluating Internet Resources. Georgetown University Library.
- Evaluating Credibility of Information on the Internet. Ronald B. Standler. Essay on adaption of traditional scientific criteria (peer review, credentials, and writing style) to the Internet.
- Evaluating Internet Research Sources. Robert Harris, Southern California College. Provides a set of evaluative tests and advice to readers on how to evaluate web information.
- Evaluating Internet Resources: An Annotated Guide to Selected Resources. Library of Congress list of links to "a number of such guides representing a variety of approaches, which together provide an overview of major issues to be considered when evaluating Internet resources."
- Evaluating Web Pages: Techniques to Apply & Questions to Ask. Joe Barker, UC Berkeley Library. What can the URL tell you?/ Scan the perimeter of the page, looking for answers to these questions/ Look for indicators of quality information/ What do others say?/ Does it all add up?
- Evaluating Web Sites: Criteria and Tools. Part of a Cornell University site on carrying out research. Looks at context, evaluation criteria, web reviews, and rankings and includes a Webliography.
- Web Credibility Project. Persuasive Technology Lab, Stanford University. "Our goal is to understand what leads people to believe what they find on the Web. We hope this knowledge will enhance Web site design and promote future research on Web credibility."