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Evaluating Sources

This guide contains information to support you when evaluating sources to use for your assessments. You are expected to use credible and reliable sources in your work. There are a few ways in which you can determine if a source is credible. Follow through the videos and lessons below. 


Lesson 1: Origin 

Lesson 2: Authors

Lesson 3: Purpose

Lesson 4: Perspective

Lesson 5: Academic

Lesson 6: Relevance

Final Lesson


Source Credibility. (n.d.). Retrieved July 29, 2020, from