position analysis_on_credible_sources

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Rank order this list of sources from least to most credible (with a 1 indicating the least credible source): _____ Wikipedia _____ Blog posting _____ NYTimes article _____ Royal Banner article _____ Encyclopedia Britannica _____ The Dictionary _____ The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn _____ An article from the journal Science _____ An article from a .com website _____ An article from a .edu website _____ An article from a .org website _____ That guy on the bus _____ Dr. Z _____ A pamphlet someone with a clip board hands you on the street Be ready to explain your thinking!
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Take a look at the packet of sample research sources. What you have are the first pages of several different sources connected to the evolution/creationism/intelligent design debate.
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Unformatted text preview: The sources are numbered. On one piece of paper for your group, complete the following: 1) For each source, explain whether or not the source is crediblei.e., worthy of use in research paperand explain how you determined the credibility of the source. 2) Group/categorize the sources in whatever way seems meaningful to you and then come up with a research paper topic that each group of sources would be relevant to. (e.g., sources 1, 3, and 8 would be useful for a thesis about ___________________________). Explain your reasoning. 3) What have you learned today that will inform your own research? What will you be looking out for to determine a sources credibility?...
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course LIT 337 taught by Professor Jackson during the Winter '10 term at Grand Valley State University.

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