The Good, The Bad & The Ugly:
or, Why It's a Good Idea to Evaluate Web Sources

Examples


Criteria


Set One: Smoking & Tobacco

1.1 The Role of the Media in Tobacco Control
1.2 Health Hazards of Tobacco: Some Facts
1.3 Secondhand Smoke: The Big Lie

Set Two: AIDS

2.1 Gender and HIV/AIDS
2.2 The Real Truth About Aids
2.3 The True But Little Known Facts About Women and AIDS

Set Three: Immigration

3.1 The Greening of the Anti-Immigrant Agenda
3.2 Operation Desert Safeguard
3.3 Illegal Immigration Is a Crime

Set Four: Drugs, Hormones & Human Tissue

4.1 Human Growth Hormone Stimulation: The Anti-Aging and Longevity Program
4.2 Human Test Subjects
4.3 Snow Job


Last updated:April 27, 2009
by
Susan E. Beck
Collection Development Coordinator
New Mexico State University Library


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