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Critical Analysis of Information: Content Evaluation

This resource was designed to help you critically evaluate information from a variety of sources, but focuses on scholarly artifacts including peer-reviewed journals, guidelines, and books.

Introduction

Important elements to a content evaluation include determining the intended audience, authority of the writer, coverage, and style. Each of these elements is described in more detail on the sub pages and each criterion has a subpage. In addition to detailed description, eaach subpage includes resources for locating information on the criterion in mention.

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