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Google Search/Website Evaluation
Evaluate your selection before using:
- An individual? An organization? An educational institution?
- What education or experience makes them an expert?
- What is the purpose of the site?
- Basic information? Persuasion? Selling something?
- What is the motive? Beware of bias (especially from .orgs)
- When was the site created? Last updated?
- Is this current enough for my research?
- Do the links work?
4. Content Quality?
- Where does the information come from?
- Does the author credit sources or give references?
- References are different than links to “additional information”!
Sutherland Library Links for Research Assistance
EBSCO: How to Find Key Articles
Below are two examples of in-text referencing for quotes. The format used depends on how you are using the quote in your writing.
Murphy (2012, p. 119) stated that 'there is a book out there for everyone'.
'I believe that there is a book out there for everyone' (Murphy 2012, p. 119).
Call Number: 333 LEV
The Economics Book
Call Number: 330 ECO
Stealth of Nations by