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How to Evaluate Web Resources

Last Updated: Wednesday 1 July 2015

Secondary evidence, data generated by others, can be a useful addition to your evaluation findings when writing funding applications, or to use for influencing practice and policy. Searching the internet for information is a useful way to search for reliable and accurate secondary evidence but how do you know it is what it claims to be?  This inforgaphic developed for students is a helpful and quick guide to accessing the reliability of online information.  

More about secondary data and how to use it can be found on page 12 of the Evidence for Success Guide.