3. Select appropriate information
What information do you need to use?
How credible is the information you have found?
How relevant is the information you have found?
What information can you leave out?
· Separating fact from fiction
· Identifying prejudice or bias
· Comparing & contrasting ideas
· Look for evidence or examples
How will you record the information you need?
Here is a link to help you evaluate a web page. Remember, the Wizard wont do it for you - you still have to think critically! Or, consider the points on the right side of this screen.
You can enter information into Wordle to see an overview of the key words. The most repeated words become larger and you can see at a glance what the main ideas are.
Looking for images? Search for photos under Creative Commons licence at Flickrcc. Creative Commons allows you to use the photo by acknowlegding the photographer and not paying copyright. Check each photo and the conditions under which the photographer allows you to use it.
DO THE C.R.A.P. TEST FOR RELIABILTIY:
If you can answer these questions and are satisfied with the answers then go ahead and use the information.