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Proceedings of the 2006 InSITE Conference
The World Wide Web provides a wealth of information - indeed, perhaps more than can comfortably be processed. But how does all that Web content get there? And how can users assess the accuracy and authenticity of what they find? This paper will look at some of the problems of using the Internet as a resource and suggest criteria both for researching and for systematic and critical evaluation of what users find there.doi:10.28945/2972 fatcat:apcmk557frgt5ng574zyxnge4y