How to Evaluate Web Resources Infographic

The Internet has given writers in all fields the ability to conduct research more quickly, and more thoroughly, than ever before. Nearly everyone who writes, from students to journalists to academics, now relies in some part on the Internet for information. Yet with almost 640 terabytes of data being transferred every single minute—much of it poorly sourced—it can be difficult to discern, at first blush, the accuracy of information found on the Web, as well as the authority of its resources.

The How to Evaluate Web Resources infographic serves as a guide to help you evaluate a site or post before citing it as a source.

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