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How do I know if information on the web is reliable?

How do I know if information on the web is reliable? (July 2019)

Access to the internet at the tips of our fingers has made getting hold of information quicker and easier than ever, but how can you know what sources to trust? Misinformation spreads fast online, and is sometimes shared by people with a large following. This factsheet will help you to understand what reliable websites look like, establish fact from fiction online and stop feeling overwhelmed by the volume of information available.

Author(s)
Brainstrust
Place of publication
Cowes
Publisher
Date of publication
July 2019
Pages
3pp
Series
Brain Tumour Know Hows
Price
Free.
Format
Factsheet
Language
English
Flesch readability score
67.0
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