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how do you assess the value of all this information you find on the Internet? How can you be sure that it is reliable and credible? Also, I have heard the term “digital divide.” What exactly does it
mean, and how do you think this divide could be bridged?
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I hear so many good things and am so fascinated with what you can do with the Internet. Finding all this information so quickly must make your life very easy. But please tell me: how do you assess the value of all this information you find on the Internet? How can you be sure that it is reliable and credible? Also, I have heard the term “digital divide.” What exactly does it mean, and how do you think this divide could be bridged?
Weegy: The internet is a wonderful tool for knowledge. The digital divide refers to any inequalities between groups, broadly construed, in terms of access to, use of, or knowledge of I.T (information of technology). [ [ I doubt it could be bridged as if you don't have the knowledge or you know more than others, it'd be difficult to share than and get everyone involved. Does that help ] User: I hear so many good things and am so fascinated with what you can do with the Internet. Finding all this information so quickly must make your life very easy. But please tell me: how do you assess the value of all this information you find on the Internet? How can you be sure that it is reliable and credible? Also, I have heard the term “digital divide.” What exactly does it mean, and how do you think this divide could be bridged? (More)
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How can you be sure that it is reliable and credible? Also, I have heard the term “digital divide.” What exactly does it mean, and how do you think this divide could be bridged?
Weegy: Can you please clarify your question? User: How can you be sure that information from the internet is reliable and credible? Also, I have heard the term “digital divide.” What exactly does it mean, and how do you think this divide could be bridged? Weegy: Qualities of a Reliable and Credible Review Site No blogger would want to spend his/her time creating a review for a certian website, product or service only to find out later that he/she is not going to be paid. [ [ This sad picture is becoming a common experience among bloggers, especially those who are new to the blogging business. Here?s a summary of what you should look for in a review site before you submit your blog or before you start making a review for their advertisers. Company ProfileThe most important thing you need to consider when looking for reliable review sites is its Company Profile. Before you jump into creating an account with a review site, you should make sure to read their company profile. You (bloggers and advertisers) should know the company behind the review site. If it?s possible, it is advised that you verify the existence of these companies.You should doubt review sites that do not offer a detailed information about their company, services and products. Reliable review sites normally have an ?About Page? in their website including their contact information (e.g. contact person, contact number, email address and office address). Positive Testimonials From Publishers / AdvertisersWhen looking for testimonials for these review sites, do not be dismayed when you find negative reviews about their services. Negative reviews about these websites should be expected but in order for a review site to be reliable, there should be more positive testimonials from both publishers and advertisers than negative reviews.You should also check who made these testimonials. Make sure that the testimonials came from reliable sources and it should not be paid reviews as most of paid ... (More)
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