1. One person sets up Noodle Tools for your group.
Dropbox is: 2014 Curry OMAM per 2 or per 4
share with the other students in your group
2. Each person finds and cites 2 credible, relevant sources by 6pm Thursday
3. For each citation fill in:
Date last updated
The Credibility Spectrum
Credible means: Coming from a
trusted source and/or backed up by information from other trusted
sources. This means the sources has a good reputation and reliable information.
types of sources are generally more credible than others. Look at the
list below. The types of sources at the top of the list are generally
more credible than the sources at the bottom of the list.
Academic journals, original research, studies, official reports
.edu or .gov sites (although watch out for student work or outdated info)
educational websites or non-profit research organizations or foundations (examples: museums, libraries, non-profit research)
well-regarded news or magazine sources (watch out for opinion or bias)
LEAST CREDIBLE - follow information back to the original source!!
Wikipedia or other websites that collect a lot of information from elsewhere (like Huffington Post or Buzzfeed)
blogs or social media
random websites with no author information or sources
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