Information Quality Resources

Information Quality Resources on the Internet is a comprehensive listing of information quality resources and sites on the Internet.

These resources and sources will help you to discover the many pathways available through the Internet to find the latest information quality resources and sites.

Information Quality Resources:

10 Things To Know About Evaluating Medical Resources on the Web

Centre for Information Quality Management

Codes of Ethics Online

Cornell University Digital Literacy Resource

COUNTER – Online Usage of Electronic Resources

Criteria for Evaluation of Internet Information Resources

Critically Analyzing Information Sources

eGovMon – Methodology and Software for Quality Evaluation of eGovernment Web Services

EthicsWeb – Ethics Resources on the World Wide Web

Evaluating Information Found on the Web

Evaluating Internet Health Information: A Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine

Evaluating Quality

Evaluating Quality on the Net

Evaluating the Quality of Information on the Internet – The Virtual Chase

Evaluating Web Pages: Techniques to Apply and Questions to Ask

Evaluating Web Site Accessibility

Evaluating Web Sites: Criteria and Tools

Evaluation of Information Sources

Evaluation of Information Sources

Finding Quality Information On the World Wide Web

Getting It Right: Verifying Sources on the Web

Global Information Quality Series

GTAMS Analyzer – Qualitative Research Software for the Free World

How To Read a Paper by David R. Cheriton

Information Competence Tutorials

Information Quality Checklist

Information Quality – Wikipedia

Information Quality Resources Sites

Information Quality WWW Virtual Library

International Journal of Information Quality

Internet Detective – Wise Up To the Web

Internet Guides, Tutorials, and Online Training Information

Internet Research: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Joel and Irene Benedict Visual Literacy Collection

LLRX – Getting It Right: Verifying Sources on the Net

LLRX — ResearchWire: Publishers Wanted, No Experience Necessary: Information Quality on the Web

M.I.D.I.S. – Miller Internet Data Integrity Scale

Misinformation Through the Internet

Partnership for Research Integrity in Science and Medicine (PRISM)

Principles of Evaluating Websites by Stephen Downes

Sense About Science – Promoting Good Science and Evidence For the Public

Social Media and Risk Communications During Times of Crisis

S.O.S. for Information Literacy

Stanford’s Key to Information Literacy [Last updated 2009]

Ten C’s For Evaluating Internet Sources

Testing the Surf: Criteria for Evaluating Internet Information Resources

The Web Credibility Project: Guidelines – Stanford University

UMKC Libs: Guide to Evaluating Resources on the WWW

Usable Web

Verification Handbook – A Definitive Guide To Verifying Digital Content For Emergency Coverage

Viewing Results and Evaluating Quality

Weft QDA – Free Open Source Tool for Qualitative Data Analysis

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