EvalForm_General - Web Page Evaluation Checklist The column...

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The column on the left lists questions to ask to investigate web pages. Evaluating Web pages requires two actions: be suspicious think critically about every page you find Title of page you are evaluating: Title of page you are evaluating: Personal page or site? ± ~ or %, or users, members, or people ± ~ or %, or users, members, or people What type of domain is it? Appropriate for the content? ± com ± org/net ± edu ± gov/mil/us ± non-US________ ± other: ± com ± org/net ± edu ± gov/mil/us ± non-US________ ± other: Published by entity that makes sense? Does it correspond to the name of the site? Publisher or Domain Name entity: Publisher or Domain Name entity: Who wrote the page? ± E-mail ± Name: ± E-mail ± Name: Dated? Date ________ Current enough? Date ________ Current enough? Credentials on this subject? (Truncate back the URL if no useful links.) Evidence? Evidence?
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2009 for the course ED 21086 taught by Professor Jeanmitchell during the Spring '09 term at California State University , Monterey Bay.

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