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Keep these things in mind when searching the Web for your research!
- Who wrote the page?
- Is contact information for the author(s) available?
- What is the purpose of the Website?
- Who published the document?
- Check the domain (.edu, .org, .com).
- Does the author list any credentials?
- Determine if any bias exists (i.e. is this an advertisement, or an organization with a motive?)
- What are the goals of the Website?
- When was the Website published?
- Are there any dead links?
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- Are the links relevant to the topic?
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ESL Web Links
Quizzes, tests, exercises and puzzles to help you learn English as a Second Language (ESL)
This project of The Internet TESL Journal has thousands of contributions by many teachers.
These websites have been reviewed by a Librarian and meet the criteria
for a good website to use for research purposes. If you click a link
from one of these pages, be sure to evaluate the website by using the
criteria on the right.