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Internet Information Literacy

Welcome to the Tech Academy 2017 Internet Information Literacy Library Research Guide. This libguide will give you tips on how to evaluate information sources, spot fake news stories, and locate accurate, objective and credible web sites.

  • What's a Scholarly Article - How to distinguish between scholarly journals, trade publications, and popular magazines.
  • Internet Site Evaluation - How to determine if a website is accurate, authoritative, objective, current and relevant enough to be used for an academic or professional assignment.
  • Fake News - Spotting, avoiding and fact checking

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