Part 3: Valuing Sources

Questions to Consider

As you read Part 3, consider the following:

  • How do you value information? Does that change as you read more?
  • How comfortable do you feel using the fact-checking strategies introduced here?
  • Why are citations important?

Part 3: Valuing Sources Outline

The following six chapters are in Part 3:

  • Reflecting On Your Critical Approach to Evaluation
  • Building a Fact-Checking Habit
  • The SIFT Method
  • Additional Fact-Checking Resources
  • Ethical Information User
  • Valuing Sources Summary

It should take approximately 60 minutes to complete Part 3.

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Introduction to Finding Information by Kirsten Hostetler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.