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What are not credible sources?

Non-credible websites may have a poor design, broken links, and grammar and spelling errors. They may lack author, date and/or source information. They will not be associated with credible institutions, organizations, or entities. They may contain unbelievable or incorrect information.

What are not credible sources?

Non-credible websites may have a poor design, broken links, and grammar and spelling errors. They may lack author, date and/or source information. They will not be associated with credible institutions, organizations, or entities. They may contain unbelievable or incorrect information.

How do you know if a source is not credible?

Q. How do I know if a source is reliable?

  1. 1) Accuracy. Verify the information you already know against the information found in the source.
  2. 2) Authority. Make sure the source is written by a trustworthy author and/or institution.
  3. 3) Currency. Depending on your subject, your currency needs will vary.
  4. 4) Coverage.

What are credible research paper sources?

Generally, materials that have been published within the past 10 years are considered to be credible sources for research. Another important factor to consider is the author — if they are well known and respected in their specific fields, that’s also generally a sign that the article is credible.

What’s a credible source?

Credible sources are written by authors respected in their fields of study. Responsible, credible authors will cite their sources so that you can check the accuracy of and support for what they’ve written.

Is .com a credible source?

Answer. About.com articles are not usually considered reliable or credible resource for use in academic research. The About.com guides are technically blogs providing opinions and do not necessarily contain vetted information. Note: “.com” websites are commercial websites and are usually selling something.

What are some credible news sources?

  • The New York Times. This is the most influential newspaper in the U.S. in my view.
  • The Wall Street Journal.
  • The Washington Post.
  • BBC.
  • The Economist.
  • The New Yorker.
  • Wire Services: The Associated Press, Reuters, Bloomberg News.
  • Foreign Affairs.