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I found this site gives a quite comprehensive list of factors to
consider in the evaluation of websites. Although this list is
primarily for students wishing to reference a website for a paper,
all factors mentioned (for example, purpose, balance, gatekeeping,
and currency) have universal validity.
If you need more information, please contact me off-list.
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Zhu Xi wrote:
> Is there someone could do me a favor? Could you tell me how to evaluate
> a web site through show me an example. Sometimes, I am frustrated in
> evaluating a web site since I hardly focus on a lot of information provided
> on the web site.