1. Evaluating Purpose

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    This video will explain how to evaluate the purpose of a website or other information source.

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    • Evaluating Accuracy-2

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      This video will explain how to evaluate the accuracy of information when using it in research.

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      • Evaluating Currency

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        This video will explain how to evaluate the currency of information.

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        • Determining Relevance

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          Learn about determining the relevance of a source to your research project.

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          • How Credible is Your Information? Tips for Evaluating Websites

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            CCSU Reference Librarian, Nicholas Tomaiuolo, discusses the criteria for evaluating information found on the web and offers tips for finding website that are appropriate for use in collegiate-level…

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            • Evaluating Websites for College-Level Research

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              A guide to evaluating websites using the CRAAP criteria: currency, relevance, authority, and purpose. Learn how to detect bias in websites.

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              • Research Skills and Digital Citizenship

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                Tutorial for high school students on research, privacy and digital citizenship.

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                • Grading Your Website

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                  Inverse Paradox developed a DIY website grading tool. This video provides a brief overview of the 6 categories covered during the self-assessment process. For more information on Inverse Paradox…

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                  • Digital Detectives: Pt3 - Exploring

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                    This is Part 3 in a six-part series focusing on inquiry in teaching and learning. This part focuses on exploring. Designed for educators and librarians, this narrated presentation provides an overview…

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                    • Boom Visibility - Internet Marketing

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                      At Boom Visibility we work with small businesses to help them get found online. Your potential customers are using the Internet but can they find you? Our Internet marketing program will get the customers…

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