- 6 Criteria for Websites. These six criteria deal with the content of Web sites rather than the graphics or site design.
- AUTHORITY. Authority reveals that the person, institution or agency responsible for a site has the qualifications and knowledge to do so.
What are the five criteria for evaluating information?
Using 5 important critieria – Accuracy, Authority, Objectivity, Currency, and Coverage – can make wading through the mass of information less confusing, and, help you be a better consumer of information.
What are the 5 criteria should you use to evaluate Web resources?
There are six (6) criteria that should be applied when evaluating any Web site: authority, accuracy, objectivity, currency, coverage, and appearance. For each criteria, there are several questions to be asked. The more questions you can answer “yes”, the more likely the Web site is one of quality.
What factors do you consider when evaluating information sources?
- EVALUATING INFORMATION SOURCES.
- CHARACTERISTICS TO CONSIDER WHEN EVALUATING. INFORMATION SOURCES.
How do you evaluate a source?
Evaluate Your Results
- Look for articles published in scholarly journals. or sources that require certain standards or criteria be met before publication.
- Look for materials at Web sites that focus on scholarly resources. (e.g. Google Scholar)
- Compare several opinions.
- Consult your instructor.