Cited!: Identifying Credible Information Online

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The Rosen Publishing Group, Aug 15, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Today's students can feel lost in the abundance of information that is made available to them through the Internet. This crucial book arms students with the right tools to determine which online sources are credible and which aren't. Engaging and informative, it allows them to identify valid, factual information from unsourced statements, misinformation, and outright falsehoods. The skills that students take away from this book will serve them well in their academic life beyond junior high and high school.
 

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Excellent source for teaching research at the middle school and early high-school level. I wish I could buy a class set! It's written at a very basic reading level, but the content is substantial (I'd ... Read full review

Contents

CONTENTS
4
Phony Facts
13
Do the Facts Fit the Subject?
20
Rules and Fair Play
27
Detective Work
34
Copyright

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