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HUM111-Week 6 assessment - Is the article from Deanne...

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Title Investigating a Problem and Refining a Solution Assessment Part A: Investigating and Rating Sources of  Information Is the website from Kathleen credible? The website from Kathleen is  not  credible. Is the website from Kathleen relevant? The website from Kathleen is somewhat relevant. Is the survey from Martine credible? The the survey from Martine is  not  credible. Is the survey from Martine relevant? The survey from Martine is somewhat relevant. Is Naureen's story credible? Naureen's story is credible. Is Naureen's story relevant? Naureen's story is highly relevant.
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Assessment Part A: Investigating and Rating Sources of  Information Is the American Medicine article credible? The American Medicine article is credible. Is the American Medicine article relevant? The American Medicine article is not relevant.
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Unformatted text preview: Is the article from Deanne credible? The article from Deanne is credible. Is the article from Deanne relevant? The article from Deanne is highly relevant. Assessment Part B: Identify the Steps and Refine a Solution to a Problem Policy A: Issue – The policy is highly invasive of student privacy Policy A: Issue: Overcome imperfections in the policy Policy A: Issue: Recognize and overcome difficulties Assessment Part B: Identify the Steps and Refine a Solution to a Problem Policy B: Problem – This policy is too weak to be effective Policy B: Problem: Work out details Policy B: Problem: Decide what action should be taken Policy B: Problem: Find imperfections in policy © 2009 Toolwire, Inc. All rights reserved....
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