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Evaluating Resources


To determine the purpose of the information, consider these questions: 

  • What's the purpose of the information? 
  • Do the authors make their intention clear? 
  • Is the information fact, opinion, propaganda, or humor? 
  • Does the point of view seem objective or impartial?
  • Are there political, ideological, cultural, religious, institutional, or personal biases?