Which of the following statements best describes why journals are more reliable sources than Internet sources?
Nothing published on the Internet is ever true.
Journals always contain credible and accurate information.
A journal is much more likely than an Internet source to contain expert testimony.
Journals are often written by experts or published by experienced publishers, while Internet sources can be composed and posted by anyone.
name of site; date accessed; medium of publication; title of work; date
date; title of work; date accessed; medium of publication; name of site
title of work; name of site; date; medium of publication; date accessed
date accessed; title of work; medium of publication; date; name of site
Which of the following is not an appropriate way to incorporate a source into a research paper?
What is the easiest way to find things on the Internet?
accessing the microfilm at your local library for the best websites
accessing the CD-ROMs at your local library for the best websites
utilizing a search engine
typing key words over and over again into blank word processing documents
Which of the following best describes eyewitness accounts as sources?
They are never reliable.
They are always reliable.
They are occasionally reliable, but since people might view and/or remember the same event differently, they must be used only rarely.
They are often reliable, but since people might view and/or remember the same event differently, they must be used with extreme caution.