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HOW accurate ?

You should always check the accuracy and reliability of information found on the Internet. The screen shot below is from the bibliography of a student paper. One measure of reliability of information is to check whether sources have been provided at all.

screen capture, bibliography for paper by Stacey Pohl with names of authors cited circled in red

Are any sources provided?

Revisiting original sources/citations is one way to check the accuracy of a document.

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