Credibility of Sources

Feb 18th, 2015
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After viewing "A guide to critical thinking about what you see on the web" (Retrieved from, read the "Eggs and Cholesterol" exercise (Retrieved from

Azman, R. L., & Fox, S. H. (2014, April 21). Understanding plagiarism . . . with some help from Dr. Seuss: A plagiarism prevention presentation [PowerPoint presentation]. Retrieved from

Evaluate the sources listed for credibility. Which source do you believe to be the most credible? Why? Which is the least credible? Why?

Answer must be at least 250 words long, and have at least two in-text citations with references at bottom. Any questions, please feel free to ask. Thank you.

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