How do I know a resource is credible?

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You can figure out a resource is credible by thinking of seven key elements of internet research. These include authority, purpose, relevance, coverage, timeliness, accuracy, and web design. Please refer to our Internet Searching libguide to learn more: Evaluating Web Information - Internet Searching - LibGuides at Athabasca University Library.

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