It is important for those using the World Wide Web to learn how to evaluate the accuracy, biases, and usability of the information found on different Web sites. Below you will find links to two Web sites. One site offers tips on how to navigate the World Wide Web. The other site offers tips on how to evaluate what you find there.

Mathew Gilbert Internet Orientation
For those who are just learning to use the Internet, we hope these tips will help you. There are plenty of aids for newcomers to the Internet.

Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators - Critical Evaluation Information
This site contains multiple links to Web sites that were prepared to help users critically evaluate a Web page. This site also provides a series of evaluation surveys, one each at the elementary, middle, and secondary school levels, to help you get started with this process of evaluation with your students.

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