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Critical appraisal of information on the web in practice: undergraduate students’ knowledge, reported use, and behaviour

Posted on 16 Jul 2012 with 0 comments
21st century skills Information Pedagogy

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Undergraduates use a wide range of information resources for academic and nonacademic purposes, including web sites that range from credible, peer reviewed, online journal sites, to biased and inaccurate promotional web sites. Students are taught basic critical appraisal skills, but do they apply these skills to make decisions about information in different web sites?


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