What the Internet Doesn't Know

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Computer Science
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What the Internet Doesn't Know

What is the URL? This is important so you can tell if the site is credible. For instance if it is a .org site it could have a bias.

It’s important to see if the website you are using is well organized and easy to use. Websites can have good information but if links don’t work or you cannot read the text, the usefulness of the information will be impaired.

Make sure that the website isn’t a fake. Look for the “About Us” or “Contact Us” sections. This is important because you want to make sure you aren’t being fed incorrect information.

It’s important to keep in mind that just because information is published in a book or journal, or appears in a movie or on the Web, doesn’t mean that it is true. You have to take the time to evaluate the accuracy of the information.

By Lilly Springer and Brooke Ross

What the Internet Doesn't Know


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