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the readings for the week listed five questions that can be used to advantage in seeking to evaliate the reliability of online sources.
1.what is the purpose and affiliation of the organization or author related to the article?
2.what are the author's credentials?
3.is the information current? when was the information last updated?
4.does the information cross-reference well with other sources?
5.does the sources contain bias without evidence to back up the claims?
Here is the question that I am asking:
Based on the above questions, Elaborate on the authorship of one of the sources that you consider reliable?

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  1. Without knowing what the readings of the week were, we cannot apply these questions to them.

    posted by drwls

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