BEST PRACTICE: Find multiple sources of information.
There is no "truth", only the most current or defensible truth.
We see studies "proving" and "contradicting" other studies all the time in science. Often the studies that are being compared vary in important ways. This makes a direct comparison difficult. Other times the sample size is simply too small to give significant results that can be applied to another population.
Look at the URL:
Follow the "bread-crumb trail" backwards to identify the hosting pages for a website and get information about the source of content.
Content to evaluate: Stages of the Writing Process
Found in : THE WRITER'S HANDBOOK
Hosted by: The Writing Center @ The University of Wisconsin - Madison
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