Re-evaluating Web evaluation

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Re-evaluating Web evaluation is a 2006 journal article by Greg R. Notess and published in Online (Wilton, Connecticut).

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The evaluation of content continues to be crucial, as the Web becomes increasingly prevalent as an information source and finding tool. Critical evaluation of information sources is important to the academic process and to any advanced information seeker. One of the problem in dealing with evaluation of online sources is that an increasing number of library resources are made available via the Web. The more typical evaluation criteria such as those listed in Texas Information Literacy Tutorial {(TILT)} work well to validate many sites. Wikipedia deserves credit for keeping track of the changes under the History tab so that specific versions of an article can be cited.

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