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Evaluating
Resources
University Library
Learning outcomes
In this presentation, you’ll learn:
• What criteria you can use to evaluate
resources.
• How to check fo...
Evaluating resources
• There are many things to consider when
determining if a resource is appropriate to
use.
o Currency
...
Currency
• When was the info
published or posted?
• Has the info been
revised or updated?
• Are links functional?
• How cu...
Relevancy
• Does the info relate to
your topic or answer
your question?
• Who is the intended
audience?
• Is the info at t...
Authority
• Who is the author/publisher/source/sponsor?
• Are the author’s credentials or organizational
affiliations give...
Accuracy
• Has the information been
reviewed or referred?
• Can you verify the info in
another source or from
personal kno...
Purpose
• What is the purpose of
the information? To
inform? Teach? Sell?
Entertain? Persuade?
• Do the
authors/sponsors m...
Summary
• Evaluate resources based on:
o Currency
o Relevancy
o Accuracy
o Authority
o Purpose
Questions?
Library staff are here to help you.
o Call us
 702-968-2040 (Henderson)
 801-878-1020 (South Jordan)
o Text q...
References
References
Meriam Library. (2010). Evaluating information – Applying the CRAAP Test. Retrieved from
http://www....
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How will you evaluate the importance and merit of a resource to your research? This PowerPoint presentation will walk you through the process of considering how to determine if an item is valid research.

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Roseman University Library - Evaluating Resources

  1. 1. Evaluating Resources University Library
  2. 2. Learning outcomes In this presentation, you’ll learn: • What criteria you can use to evaluate resources. • How to check for a resource’s currency, relevancy, authority, accuracy, and purpose.
  3. 3. Evaluating resources • There are many things to consider when determining if a resource is appropriate to use. o Currency o Relevancy o Authority o Accuracy o Purpose (Meriam Library, 2010)
  4. 4. Currency • When was the info published or posted? • Has the info been revised or updated? • Are links functional? • How current does the info need to be for your project?
  5. 5. Relevancy • Does the info relate to your topic or answer your question? • Who is the intended audience? • Is the info at the appropriate level?
  6. 6. Authority • Who is the author/publisher/source/sponsor? • Are the author’s credentials or organizational affiliations given? o What are they? • What are the author’s qualifications to write on the topic ? • Is there contact information, such as a publisher or e-mail address? • Does the URL reveal anything about the author or source?
  7. 7. Accuracy • Has the information been reviewed or referred? • Can you verify the info in another source or from personal knowledge? • Does the language or tone seem unbiased and free of emotion? • Are there spelling, grammar, or other typographical errors?
  8. 8. Purpose • What is the purpose of the information? To inform? Teach? Sell? Entertain? Persuade? • Do the authors/sponsors make their intentions or purpose clear?
  9. 9. Summary • Evaluate resources based on: o Currency o Relevancy o Accuracy o Authority o Purpose
  10. 10. Questions? Library staff are here to help you. o Call us  702-968-2040 (Henderson)  801-878-1020 (South Jordan) o Text questions to 801-872-9715 o Ask a question online at http://libanswers.roseman.edu
  11. 11. References References Meriam Library. (2010). Evaluating information – Applying the CRAAP Test. Retrieved from http://www.csuchico.edu/lins/handouts/eval_websites.pdf

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