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AGRI 291

The CRAAP Test

Information found on the internet can be useful - if you know how to detect what's true and what is false. Thinking critically will be beneficial to you in school and in your everyday life. When looking at a website, consider the following:

Blakeslee, S. (2004).
The CRAAP Test. LOEX
Quarterly. 31 (3).

 

RADAR Handout

RADAR Challenge - From Loyola Marymount University Library

RADAR Challenge - From Loyola Marymount University Library

Evaluate an information source by RationaleAuthority, Date, Accuracy, and Relevance.

Lateral Reading - From the University of Louisville Libraries