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Neutrality Disputed

Neutrality Disputed August 24, 2010

As I prepare to focus more attention in my classes this semester on critically evaluating sources of information, here are two links that are useful.

First, my colleague Brad Matthies co-authored this article which provides an acronym (CRITIC) that can be useful in remembering what to look for when assessing the reliability of a source.

Second, as a useful humorous illustration of the possibility of encountering biased information in online sources, here’s a classic:  “I Think Jelly Has Been Editing My Wikipedia…” by Peanut Butter.

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