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Test Description: How well can you evaluate a website to determine quality of information?
Instructions: Answer all questions to get your test result.
1) The background/qualifications of the author/host of a website is not important.
2) A quality website should
List the author's qualifications and sources used.
Not include author contact information.
Contain strong language and opinions.
3) Who can create a website?
Only technology experts.
Only people who are experts on a topic or subject.
4) The spelling and grammar on a website
Should have no mistakes.
Should have no more than one mistake.
Should have no more than two mistakes.
5) The creation date/revision dates on a website
Is needed for the chronological placement of website information.
Are not important to the researcher.
Tells the researcher how current the website is.
6) The purpose of a website
Should be to persuade you to do something.
Should be hidden so you have to think about it.
Should be easy to understand.
7) A biased website
Presents both sides of the topic equally.
Uses strong language and presents only one side of the issue.
Is a good source to use.
8) Domain names (.gov, .com, .edu)
Tell you what type of website you are using.
Provides you the name of the website.
Are not important.
9) The 3 most reliable domains are
.edu, .mil, .gov
.mil, .org, .com
.net, .edu, .mil
10) Evaluating websites
Will teach you to create a good website.
Is not necessary. All websites are equal in information quality.
Helps the researcher select websites that contain good quality information.
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