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Research Tutorials: QUOTA: Analyzing and Evaluating Web Sources


Finding information online is often not as difficult as deciding whether or not the information is trustworthy and reliable enough to use in a college project. That distinction isn't always obvious. Fortunately, the QUOTA criteria can help you make informed and logical conclusions about sources you locate on the internet. QUOTA is an acronym for Qualified, Up-to-Date, Objective, Timely, and Applicable.

This interactive lesson will take you through the critical steps involved in choosing the best websites to meet your assignment's needs.

QUOTA: Analyzing and Evaluating Web Sources interactive tutorial

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