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SLP 101A & B - Intro to Human Communication Disorders: Internet Sources

R. Goldberg & L. Hummel

Suggested Internet Resources for Speech & Language Pathology

Evaluating Online Sources

The Internet can provide access to much useful information; however, users should evaluate the quality of each web site consulted. Unlike print sources, there are no quality standards for publication.

As with print publications you should be aware of:

  • Authorship and affiliations
  • Author qualifications
  • Bias and special interest
  • Publication Information

Boston College's University Libraries has posted a list of questions to ask yourself when you evaluate a web site or web pages. 

Need more?  Check out our Evaluating Websites LibGuide.

Evaluating Web Sources Using Lateral Reading

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