Diaries, photographs, newspaper articles, and speeches are all primary documents. Analyze the information from primary source documents you have found using this tool. Select Open to view the Google Doc. Log in to your Google account. From File, select Make a Copy and save a copy of this document to your Google Drive. Or, select File, choose Download and select Microsoft Word to get an editable version of this document.
Working on a science project or working with some scientific data? Use some charts and graphs to analyze your scientific data and patterns. This site from Science Buddies has lots of tips to help you with your statistics.
You can ask, “Who, what, where, when, and why” to decide if the website you found to answer your question is reliable and valid. Check out this poster and use it to help you evaluate the information you find on the internet.
Finding an excellent resource to support your research is exciting but checking to make sure it answers your question or solves the problem is essential! Access and download this PDF to help you evaluate whether this resource is what you need for your topic. Sign in to your Google account to save a copy of this document to your Google Drive.
The internet has become an indispensable tool for students. educators, and researchers. However, because of how easy it is to put up information online, it can be difficult to determine which sources are reliable from those that are not. Ask yourself these questions when you are judging an online source.