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Critical Analysis of Information: Coverage & Style

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.

Style

Some questions to consider when evaluating the writing style:

  • How is the document organized?  Does it inlcude a review of relevant literature?
  • Are arguments supported with either data or citations?
  • Is the writing clear?

Coverage

Some questions to consider when evaluating coverage:

  • Does the document focus on your topic or is your topic a minor point?
  • Is it a primary or secondary source?

Coverage Resources

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