Two criteria you may use for evaluating sources are the validity and the relevance of the source to your topic. Read pp. 375-400 in the Handbook to learn more about what makes a source valid. Find one source in the library database on your book. Cite it and tell us why you would consider it valid. Find a source online. Cite the source accurately, and then tell us why you think this source would or would not be considered valid.
Report on your experiences so we can learn from one another.
What search strategies and databases provided you the best results?
How do you track and organize the articles you find?
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