Online sources have more trustworthy information than printed sources
It's faster and often easier to access online sources
Online sources are the easiest sources of information to cite in a bibliography
The internet contains more information that books
It makes online information quite accurate as a whole
It has little or no effect on the overall accuracy of online information
It fill academic and government websites with mistakes and inaccuracies
It make it harder to verify the accuracy of online information
A plain-looking logo
Links to other sources
Lots of text with very few graphics
It's a key piece of evidence showing that the author has mastered modern communication.
It suggests that the author has enough confidence in her work to allow readers to contact her. about it
It proves that the author actually exists.
It suggests that the author wants to make new friends on the internet.
Neither is necessary when you're writing a research paper.
Neither requires the use of more than one source.
Both us numerical statistics to prove the accuracy of a piece of information .
Both can be used to determine the accuracy of a piece of information .
To protect the user of a creative work.
To protect the creator of a creative work.
To protect the copier of a creative work.
Fair use law is open to interpretation.
Fair use law affects kids more than adults.
Fair use law isn't written down.
You can use information on the site as long as you cite it properly.
You can copy and paste the text, but not the images, into your report.
You can't use any of the information on the site without permission.