I've found lots of information on the web. How do I work out whether I should use it in my assignment?
Not all information that is published is credible and reliable, and this particularly applies to information published on the Web. As a university student, you should judge the value of any information you find, printed or online, before you use it.
In this section, you'll learn how to:
- evaluate information sources
- read critically
- know if you have enough information.
To continue, choose an item from the side menu or use next and back button to work through this section step-by-step.