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Evaluate It! : Evaluation Exercises - Suggestions for Faculty

This guide shows you how to evaluate sources. It is important to evaluate websites, periodicals and any material you will be using for your research. Includes evaluation exercises.

Selective Attention

"Focus on interpreting information — on the varying ways we make sense of the information we encounter. She recommends teaching students about confirmation bias, selective attention, and other ways in which our sense of what is true may say more about us than about the information itself."

From:   How to teach Information Literacy in an era of Lies. https://www.chronicle.com/article/How-to-Teach-Information/243973

Web Evaluation Worksheet