These questions should help you to judge some of the information you find on the
- Your Knowledge
- How does this information compare to what you already know?
- How does it change what you know?
- Who is providing the information?
- Where did their information come from?
- Do they provide evidence or examples to support their points?
- Why do you think they are providing this information?
- How old is the information?
- Does it include recent information?
- How much information is given?
- How broad is the topic area?
- How in-depth is the information?
- In what package is the information being presented?
- Is it a web page, a newsgroup posting, a text file?
- Is the information clearly presented?
- Is it well organized?
- Is the site user friendly?
- Have people that you respect (friends, teachers, librarians, or parents, etc.)
recommended this site as a good source of information?
- How true do you think the information is?
- What makes you think so?
- Is this important information?
- If it is, why is it important?
If you have any questions or comments, please contact Beth Halliday, head of children's services.
These questions were prepared by email@example.com.
This page was last updated October 2008.