Everyone knows Lewis Carroll as the author of Alice in Wonderland, but he was also a mathematician and logician interested in the ways people learn. Weblog Brain Pickings took a look at four rules developed by Carroll that you can use for better reading.
The World Wide Web can be a great place to accomplish research on many topics. But putting documents or pages on the web is easy, cheap or free, unregulated, and unmonitored. I am often asked “How do I evaluate a web page?” or “How do I know if a website is reputable?” The University of California, Berkley Library have compiled a guide - Evaluating web pages: Techniques to apply and questions to askhttp://www.lib.berkeley.edu/TeachingLib/Guides/Internet/Evaluate.html to help you to establish the validity, authorship, timeliness, and integrity of what you find. Why not create a link to this page from your website?
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