Research_Portfolio_Web_Source_Report

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Name ______________________________ Research Portfolio Web Source Report Citation: Summary (Summarize the relevant information provided by the web source using a combination of paraphrases, partial quotation, and short direct quotation. Be sure to use quotation marks where needed to distinguish between your wording and the author’s wording.): Evaluation of the Web source:
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Name ______________________________ Source (Assess the website’s value as a source based on what you are able to determine about who owns the site): Author (Assess the website’s value as a source based on what you are able to determine about who the author is and what his/her qualifications and/or biases are): Timeliness (Assess how useful the information is based on how current the information is): Evidence (How does the website indicate the reliability of the information it is posting?
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Unformatted text preview: Assess the usefulness of the information based on the quality and quantity of evidence provided): Biases (What biases might be influencing the type of information provided on the website? What evidence do you find of bias? How does the website’s bias affect the usefulness of the information provided?): Name ______________________________ Advertising (Is the website trying to sell something? Is it beholden to corporate interests that pay for advertising on it? Assess how commercial interests affect the usefulness of the information provided): Overall (Based on the above factors, in what way(s) might this source be useful or not useful to you for a research paper? Will you use this source?):...
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