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5 W’s of Site Validation
#1 Who Created the Site?
Can you find the author’s name?
Does the author list their qualifications? Years of experience Job Education Credentials
Have you Heard of the Author Before?
Does the Author Provide E-mail?
#2 What is the Author Saying on the Site?
What is the Site About? Is it sarcastic? Is it serious?
Is the Information to Broad, to Shallow, or Just Right?
Do you Think the Information is Factual?
Do you Suspect an Author Bias?
Has the Site Received Awards?
#3 When was the Site Created?
When was it Last Revised?
Do the Links Work?
Does it have E-mail to Provide Current Answers?
Is it Current?
#4 Where is the site from?
Who Hosts the Site? Company University
What is the Address?.com.edu.org.net
What is the Length of the Address? The longer the address it becomes less official
#5 Why was the Site Created?
Inform Persuade Explain Advertise
Who is the Intended Audience?
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