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Before you use material from the Internet, evaluate the site.
WHO- is the author or sponsor?
Is it a reliable person, site?
WHAT- information is provided?
Does it match other information from valid sources?
WHEN- was the information posted/ updated?
Is it current?
WHERE- does the information come from?
Is it a reputable source such as .edu or .gov?
WHY- is the information there?
Is it there to inform and educate without bias?
The domain tells you the source of your website.
.EDU = college or university
.GOV = government agency
.COM = commerical website
.NET = network
For reliable information, look for sources with .edu or .gov endings.
Your research article should come from a database, however, you may wish to look at websites for ideas and background information. The following are a list of some great websites for reliable information on nutrition:
Nutrition apps for iphones/ipads:
Nutrition apps for Androids: