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WHAT MAKES ONE SOURCE MORE TURUSTWORTHY OR CREDIBLE THAN ANOTHER? WHAT QUESTION DO YOU ASK WHEN EVALUTING A SOURCE, AND WHY

The expertise and objectivity of the author make a source trustworthy and credible. When evaluating a source, ask who wrote it, what are his/her credentials, and what was the purpose in writing this article?

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