MODULE 6: The WWW and Other Sources of Information:
Section 3 of 4, SHOW AND TELL, page 3 of 3.

SHOW AND TELL

Go to the source.

When you use the Internet as a method of accessing an information source, get information that your readers can trust.

Trustworthy information comes from trustworthy sources.

Want to know what is on the back of the Declaration of Independence, ask the people that know all about it, the National Archives http://www.archives.gov.

FYI: Here's the answer <http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/treasure/back_of_declaration.html>.

 

Many sites can tell you that the Earth is the third planet from the sun. The key is to use a trustworthy source.

How about a podcast from NASA http://www.nasa.gov.

 

Searching the Google search engine for the term the starry night, finds about a million things, so why not find out about The Starry Night, by Vincent Van Gogh, from the museum in which it is on display, the Museum of Modern Art, http://www.moma.org.


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