Due Day 2-Discussion Question 1

Due Day 2-Discussion Question 1 - company I will...

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Discussion Question One Where do you normally find information for topics that interest you? How do you know when sources are reliable? Explain your answers. I typically find information on the internet or in text books. When searching on the internet for credible sources, I often look for the websites’ rating. This is usually my first indication of whether or not the site is reliable. If there is not a rating available I will research the creator of the site for credentials relating to my topic of interest. If the creator is merely an advertising
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Unformatted text preview: company I will investigate further. I will find the founder of the organization or company and find the authors of any essays, journals and/or articles to see if they have reliable sources for their information or credentials to show that they are their own source of information. If all of these investigations fall short I can only assume that the source is unreliable. Text books are usually reliable by nature, although I still research the authors of such books just to be sure....
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This note was uploaded on 06/30/2010 for the course AXIA HCA-210 taught by Professor Caseylynch during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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