Wikipedia is never a valid source.
If the Wikipedia entry has footnotes and references listed.
If the article seems well-researched and well-written.
The website includes several links to other reputable websites.
An author is listed.
The website ends in .gov.
CNN news blog.
A website with extensive references but no author listed.
Website with the company as the author but no person listed.
Website with information that is not recent.
References are listed, along with links to supporting information.
Website is designed well and easy to navigate.
Date is current.
Author has academic credentials supporting the article.
Author has several links to .com websites.
Author is writing about an innovative idea.
The publishing date is this year.
The publishing date is missing.
Publishing date links to current information.
Can still be questionable based on other ways to test the website.
Is accurate because the writing is on an academic level.
Is questionable because it's difficult to understand.
The author has the appropriate credentials.
The article is long and well-written.
The author has written other articles.
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