week 2 assignment - Comment on credibility issues...

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Title Internet Information and Online Concepts
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Assessment A, Part One - Credibility and Impact: Exploring the Internet and Politics Indicate whether each website is credible. Colbert Nation: no Indicate whether each website is credible. Crooks and Liars: no Indicate whether each website is credible. Daily Kos: no Indicate whether each website is credible. POLITICO: no Indicate whether each website is credible. Red, Green and Blue: no Indicate whether each website is credible. Salon: no Indicate whether each website is credible. The Drudge Report: no Indicate whether each website is credible. The Hill: yes Indicate whether each website is credible. The Huffington Post: no Indicate whether each website is credible. The Nation: yes Indicate whether each website is credible. The New York Times: no Indicate whether each website is credible. The Washingtion Post: yes Assessment A, Part 2: Answer the Senator about Credibility
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Unformatted text preview: Comment on credibility issues pertaining to using information from Internet sources. No matter what site you get your information from, it would be a good idea to research on other sites as well Assessment B: Writing the Speech Speech Introductory Paragraph The impact of the internet on politics has drastically changed. Now, politicians have to be careful about what they say and where they say it because someone could take it out of text and it be posted on a site. The internet, although has some good information and facts, is also filled with lies or other people's opinions instead of facts. One way to fix this is to watch what is being put on the internet and make sure they are facts and just watch your back. 2009 Toolwire, Inc. All rights reserved....
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2011 for the course SCI 162 taught by Professor Ebonywardlaw during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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