Information Fluency

s~ List at least 3 strategies for determining how reliable a webpage’s info is

                  Some of the strategies I’ve found is that you should be looking at the website to see if there are any spelling errors, looking at the copyright and also looking to see if there is an About Us section or not. Another thing is to see if they put a location on the website, if it’s an unknown city it is probably fake.
~ Things I Learned
                  Some of the things I learned are that a lot of the website that you use could be dangerous and not reliable. Also that you should always look at the website to see if its real or not.
 First you go onto the riverside homepage and find the button where it says library.
Then you log on with your username and password.
After you go to where it says ” To access all of library, resources, catalogues and databases ” click on the button where it says ‘click here’.
Then under EBSCO databases you press ‘ Academic Search Premier ‘.
There will be a space where you can search keywords for an article that you’d like.
Choose your article, find where the pdf is and then copy the link
my article choice :