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What websites do you normally frequent? Are these websites credible? When is credibility more important and when is it less important? Support your answers with specific examples.
Weegy: Whenever you do research you want to check for credible facts. Anyone can post anything he wants on the Internet, but not everything we read is true. Some so-called facts may be partially true, without being outright falsehoods. [ In politics, we call this a "gaffe," but most honest people would call them "lies." Credibility doesn't matter in fiction. My space ship can fly at 1,000 times the speed of light and nobody cares. Credibility always matters in non-fiction. Even when looking for support for an opinion, it is important to consider the source. Most people would consider the New York Times a more credible newspaper than The National Enquirer. Why? the former is made up of mostly well-educated reporters and it has a history of looking for the truth. The latter has a history of looking for sensational stories which are seldom well-documented. I use social sites as facebook, mylot or mypage5 ] (More)
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is google, facebook, and yahoo credible?
Weegy: Google and Yahoo are credible when finding information. Facebook is a legitimate site. However, since it is user generated, it is not always reliable. User: how so? Weegy: Facebook has been a credible access point for curated news for quite a while – see Nancy Davis Kho’s report here – and has recently, with its Facebook Connect launch, become an even more important sharer of content, including business information. [ No wonder then that Google News and Yahoo! News have felt the pressure to overhaul their sites and improve their content provision. As reported by TechCrunch yesterday, Yahoo!, to great fanfare, has announced a partnership or “News and Information Alliance” with ABC News, which marks a move away from aggregation towards premium, original content. Plans for the information alliance include creating “richer stories”, such as the online series of videos featuring ABC’s top anchors interviewing leading politicians. An interview with President Obama has already been streamed on Yahoo! News. As TechCrunch pointed out, with this new partnership, Yahoo! will also become a credible competitor to the likes of the Huffington Post and CNN. This premium content will be supported by advertising, so there are no plans at the moment to charge users. At the same time, we learned from paidContent that Yahoo! is planning to launch its digital newsreader called Livestand in the US – originally announced back in February by the then CEO Carol Bartz. Livestand is seen as Yahoo!’s strategy for monetising news accessed via tablets. All this comes while the vultures continue to circle around Yahoo!,described by many industry watchers as a troubled company. Reuters only yesterday reported that Alibaba, the Chinese online retailer, is interested in acquiring Yahoo! as a whole. Yahoo! has a 40% stake in Alibaba. Google News meanwhile has also been undergoing a makeover. The UK site now includes a feature called "Editor’s Picks" which provides original content ... (More)
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Which of the following research sources should be avoided as they are not subject to careful review? a. Trade books b. Textbooks c. Internet discussion boards d. Government publications e. Scholarly books Tell us why you selected this answer
Weegy: ill go for trade books or internet discussins since these are all just based to the opinions of every individuals. and it's up to the person reading the book to believe on what is written in it. [ in internet discussions, there is no right and wrong, we are all free to express our ideas and thoughts. ] (More)
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What difficulties might you face as you critically read and analyze a source
Weegy: I would suppose part of it depends on what source that is, what source are you trying to analyze? User: articles on yahoo or google Weegy: Sir/Madam log on to this site to see the list of featured article for yahoo: (More)
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What difficulties might you face as you critically read and analyze a paper?
Weegy: You have probably been told that critical thinking is an important skill. The articles in Critical Thinking are excellent at helping you learn to think critically about issues. [ What is critical thinking? Critical thinking has been described as "the careful and deliberate determination of whether to accept, reject, or suspend judgment about a claim" (Brooke Noel Moore and Richard Parker, Critical Thinking). More simply, critical thinking is the process of evaluating what other people say or write to determine whether to believe their statements. ................. ] (More)
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