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How to Determine a Website’s Credibility – 4 Tips

Tips to assure accurate Credibility

Everest Online Student Blog

When conducting research on the web, how can you really be sure what you’re reading is accurate?

This is an important question to consider especially when researching the web for a school project or essay.So here are four questions to ask yourself to help you determine a website’s credibility:

Who is the Author?
Find out who authored the content.Once you determine who developed the content, you can then think about any biases they might have toward the content they are producing.

Who do they link to?
It’s easier to trust a website if they link to credible sources to back up their work.If the website is linking to websites filled with ads, be wary of the content.Authority websites should link to other trusted websites.

Is the website filled with errors?
Spelling errors, grammar mistakes, and broken links are a sure sign that something fishy is going…

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Man Sentenced After Accidentally Shooting 11-Year-Old Daughter

If you were the investigator in this case…how would you handle it…..could you be mellow towards the man or not!

CBS Cleveland

CINCINNATI (AP) — A Cincinnati man has pleaded guilty in the accidental shooting death of his 11-year-old daughter and has been sentenced to six years in prison.

Prosecutors say 34-year-old Deandre Kelley was drunk on Jan. 12 when he fought with his longtime girlfriend and fired two gunshots into the air. One bullet hit their daughter Shanti Lanza, who had been hiding in an upstairs bedroom.

Kelley pleaded guilty to one count of reckless homicide in an emotional hearing Wednesday in Hamilton County court. In exchange, prosecutors dropped charges of involuntary manslaughter and endangering children, and a weapons count.

Kelley’s attorney, Hugh McCloskey Jr., says that after talking the case over with the judge, his client realized that a six-year sentence was the best deal he was going to get.

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