Week 2 DQ 2 Internet Reliability.docx
Week 2 DQ 2 Internet Reliability.docx PRG211
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7 ill 7 1quot fl 1 iii 77 My M How reliable is the Internet as a source of information for your research What are the ways you can validate information that you find on the Internet Why is this necessary Use examples from the Information Literacy module you reviewed this week This section lists options that can be used to view responses Coiiapse All Print View iiShow Options Responses are listed below in the following order response author and the date and time the response is posted E Sort vaesoonse n Sort byAuthor Sort b 39 it E professorWrighLEE 1112014102157AM The questions above are good ones What do you think ID E 39 E E 1122014 43417 PM Samantha Lyte gt The internet can be a reliable source if you are getting information from correct sites The information you get form the internet can be tricky to see if it is actually correct or not So many different people can hack a web site and add information as they please I know that wiki is not a good source at all considering that anyone can get on there and add whatever information they please It is important to validate information off the internet because you want to make sure you are getting the correct information instead of incorrect or made up information If you are doing a research paper and the information you are using is wrong then in turn the whole paper is incorrect If you use information offline it is better to use sites that end in net gov org because those sites are harder to hack but not completely impossible It is also a good idea to check three or four different sites with the same information to see if they all say the same thing E Samantha Professor El Good post As much as I like Wikipedia it is not considered reliable enough for research papers but it is a good place to start and to find other sources ERE E 1142014 42637 PM Samantha Jeremy Osinski I tend to use Wikipedia like this as a stepping stone if you will The articles that are actually well written will cite sources throughout the article and if you follow those sources at the bottom of the page it can get you started on finding some solid and verifiable information on your topic Granted sometimes articles will cite other wikipedia articles as sources 395 E Jeremy Professor Wright lEl 1142014 91252 PM That39s the way to do it
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