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Language and Literature: Web Sites

Resources for language and literature studies.

Evaluating Sources FAQ

Anyone can create professional-looking web pages that contain information on any topic, whether true or not. You need to critically evaluate ALL information sources, especially those from the web. Techniques and details here: Evaluate Sources

Web Sites

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