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Evaluation of Information Sources
Part I, Types of Information Sources

Popular vs. Scholarly:

The next thing to consider when evaluating an information source is who the general audience for the material would be. In other words, who is it written by and who is it written for? This concept can be applied to all formats of information, from journal and magazine articles, to books, to web pages.
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