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- Read Module 3 of your course textbook and review the Evaluating Information—Applying the CRAAP Test (Links to an external site.)
- Watch the GEN103 Determining Authority (Links to an external site.)and GEN103 Determining Currency (Links to an external site.)
- Find a non-scholarly web page that relates to your research question (you can use this web page for your annotated bibliography). Keep in mind you are to find a web page and not a website. Review the Websites versus Web Pages handout to be sure you understand the difference between the two.
- Examine your chosen non-scholarly web page for currency, relevance, authority, accuracy, and purpose.
- Reflect on the elements of the CRAAP test and how each one indicates the credibility and reliability of a source.
- Consider how your evaluation of each of these elements affects your understanding of the strength of the source.
- Think about why it is important to evaluate any web page that you plan to rely on for information.
- Apply the CRAAP test to your source.
- For each of the CRAAP criteria, start a new paragraph.
- In each paragraph, state which criterion you are addressing and evaluate the source based on that criterion.
- Provide specific examples to support your evaluation.
- Evaluate your source’s overall strength based on the elements of the CRAAP test. Is this source appropriate to use in answering to your research question, why or why not?
- Explain one thing you have learned from the process of doing this CRAAP test.
- Provide a properly formatted APA reference to the web page at the end of your initial post.Your initial post must be at least 350 words and address all of the prompt’s elements.