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what challenges do you think you might face in creating presentations in your courses
well there are many challenges in creating a presentation because presentations should be organized, clear, and informative. Information gathered should be from credible sources
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User: what challenges do you think you might face in creating presentations in your courses

Weegy: well there are many challenges in creating a presentation because presentations should be organized, clear, and informative. Information gathered should be from credible sources
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User: how might you overcome these challenges

Weegy: to overcome these challenges you should be patient in doing your presentations and HONEST with the information, find books because books are the most credible resources of information. [ Also put yourself on your audience position and think of things that a good presentation has ]
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how do you determine information sources to be reliable and relevant
Weegy: IF they are written by a credible source ie; doctors, lawyers, experts, scientists. If they are from a .gov, .edu website. [ Wikipedia is not reliable (by teachers standards) some will say .org is not reliable bc it supports a cause and may be bias (bias websites like prolife or prochoice advocates are not reliable). ] User: what criteria do you use (More)
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Weegy: IF they are written by a credible source ie; doctors, lawyers, experts, scientists. If they are from a .gov, .edu website. [ Wikipedia is not reliable (by teachers standards) some will say .org is not reliable bc it supports a cause and may be bias (bias websites like prolife or prochoice advocates are not reliable). ] User: how do you determine information sources to be relevant Weegy: IF they are written by a credible source ie; doctors, lawyers, experts, scientists. If they are from a .gov, .edu website. [ Wikipedia is not reliable (by teachers standards) some will say .org is not reliable bc it supports a cause and may be bias (bias websites like prolife or prochoice advocates are not reliable). ] User: what criteria do you use Weegy: You can determine the credibility of sources by determining whether the author has qualifications (for example, if they have a PhD), the reliability of the source (for example, a peer edited journal is reliable), whether they cite their sources, [ [ and whether it is edited. ] (More)
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Weegy: IF they are written by a credible source ie; doctors, lawyers, experts, scientists. If they are from a .gov, .edu website. [ Wikipedia is not reliable (by teachers standards) some will say .org is not reliable bc it supports a cause and may be bias (bias websites like prolife or prochoice advocates are not reliable). ] User: what criteria do you use Weegy: You can determine the credibility of sources by determining whether the author has qualifications (for example, if they have a PhD), the reliability of the source (for example, a peer edited journal is reliable), whether they cite their sources, [ [ and whether it is edited. ] User: do you think wilkipedia is an appropriate source for an academic paper Weegy: Yes i think so .You can’t trust Wikipedia because anyone—including folks with no expertise, strong biases, or malicious (or silly) intent—can contribute to it anonymously. [ Yes, but through the back and forth between “passionate amateurs,” experts, and Wikipedia guardians protecting against vandals, good stuff often emerges. As Nicholson Baker, who has himself edited Wikipedia articles on topics such as the Brooklyn Heights and the painter Emma Fordyce MacRae, notes in a delightful essay about Wikipedia, “Wikipedia was the point of convergence for the self-taught and the expensively educated. The cranks had to consort with the mainstreamers and hash it all out” (Baker). As Roy Rosenzweig found in a detailed analysis of Wikipedia’s appropriateness for historical research, the quality of the collaboratively-produced Wikipedia entries can be uneven: certain topics are covered in greater detail than others, and the writing can have the choppy, flat quality of something composed by committee. But Rosenzweig also concluded that Wikipedia compares favorably with Encarta and Encyclopedia Britannica for accuracy and coverage. ] User: why (More)
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Weegy: In my opinion, no. While it certainly has some great articles, that actually have great information, most of the articles are bias in one way or another, and it takes forever to fix them. [ And when somebody tries to fix anything, edit wars start and it usually ends up with you on the discussion page getting told your “missing” something. Or your not “understanding” a point. I can tell you right now that the bias on wikipedia, whether it be political bias, other bias, or anything else, is what’s killing it. That’s why people don’t allow you to use it in school. My own friend used it for research and ended up getting an F because of it. Wikipedia is a great idea, but it’s been completely destroyed by bias and inaccuracies. ] (More)
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