Discussion Week 2
To determine a credible source on the Internet, make sure that the site end in gov or
org. Also, check out reputation for the site. Do not just stop there, check and see if the article
or site has been peer reviewed. If the site is at the top of the list on Google, that does not make
it credible. That just means that it has been marketed by a ton of advertisers. For example: Call
your local health department and ask them some information that they have on their site and see
if they can tell . . .
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