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Selecting of Site Resources

The links on this site are compiled and updated by in2Edu's Education Specialists. We follow these seven criteria:

Authority: Who created the site and what are their credentials? 
Afilliation: Who provided the information? Can I link to the homepage? Is the information biased by commercial or provider affiliation? 
Content: Suitable quality and content for education purposes. This assumes that a suitable Internet policy is in place by the school. Not purely commercial site. Is there content or is it an advertisement? Is the information objective? Is it helpful? Is it easy to follow or navigate? Offers material not available elsewhere
Purpose: Is it an educational site with a emphasis on free access. Does it have original content?
Audience: Who is this resource geared toward; teachers, students, etc? Is the information appropriate for its intended audience? 
Currency: How old is the information? When was the page created or last updated?
Comparisons: How does the information compare to other electronic and print sources? Is it accurate and well written?

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