CRAAP Test

Website: Just Facts

Currency- The website started in 1997 and took on a formalized approach in 2007. There is no information on the dates of the articles they show, but you can go to the article and see that they are pretty new.

Relevance- They contain a very wide variety of topics, but they are not in very explicit detail. You can of course go to the original article and learn more, but as far as this article, no detail, just a brief summary. Also you do not know who wrote the article and the views they have on the subject of the article.

Authority- The site lists the founder and everyone who had an impact on the finding of the site, but as far as the articles themselves, it only lists the author and nothing more about the author.

Accuracy- The site gives you everything you need to determine how accurate an article on there is, including link, page number, and even quotations. The article itself could be very inaccurate and/or biased.

Purpose- The purpose of the website is to make information unswayed to the reader and to help justify what is and what is not a true fact. I could not say whether or not they achieve this goal.

Website: Factcheck

Currency- This website contains recent posts. Updated every few days and was launched in 2003.

Relevance: Has many topics to pick from. The in-depth detail of the topics are good enough. They also appeal to specific age groups.

Authority- The people that post the articles on this site are well educated journalists. They show their credentials and can be easily contacted.

Accuracy- Much better than the previous site. It is very in-depth and no hint of biased speech.

Purpose- Their goal is to leave no confusion among America’s citizens in the knowledge of politics. It wants to educate people unbiased and fair in today’s government.

In terms of the CRAAP test, I believe factchecks would easily win over justfacts in every section of the test.

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CRAAP Test

Website: Just Facts

Currency- The website started in 1997 and took on a formalized approach in 2007. There is no information on the dates of the articles they show, but you can go to the article and see that they are pretty new. 

Relevance- They contain a very wide variety of topics, but they are not in very explicit detail. You can of course go to the original article and learn more, but as far as this article, no detail, just a brief summary. Also you do not know who wrote the article and the views they have on the subject of the article. 

Authority- The site lists the founder and everyone who had an impact on the finding of the site, but as far as the articles themselves, it only lists the author and nothing more about the author.

Accuracy- The site gives you everything you need to determine how accurate an article on there is, including link, page number, and even quotations. The article itself could be very inaccurate and/or biased.

Purpose- The purpose of the website is to make information unswayed to the reader and to help justify what is and what is not a true fact. I could not say whether or not they achieve this goal.

Website: Factcheck

Currency- This website contains recent posts. Updated every few days and was launched in 2003.

Relevance: Has many topics to pick from. The in-depth detail of the topics are good enough. They also appeal to specific age groups.

Authority- The people that post the articles on this site are well educated journalists. They show their credentials and can be easily contacted.

Accuracy- Much better than the previous site. It is very in-depth and no hint of biased speech.

Purpose- Their goal is to leave no confusion among America’s citizens in the knowledge of politics. It wants to educate people unbiased and fair in today’s government.

 

In terms of the CRAAP test, I believe factchecks would easily win over justfacts in every section of the test.

Website: Just Facts

Currency- The website started in 1997 and took on a formalized approach in 2007. There is no information on the dates of the articles they show, but you can go to the article and see that they are pretty new. 

Relevance- They contain a very wide variety of topics, but they are not in very explicit detail. You can of course go to the original article and learn more, but as far as this article, no detail, just a brief summary. Also you do not know who wrote the article and the views they have on the subject of the article. 

Authority- The site lists the founder and everyone who had an impact on the finding of the site, but as far as the articles themselves, it only lists the author and nothing more about the author.

Accuracy- The site gives you everything you need to determine how accurate an article on there is, including link, page number, and even quotations. The article itself could be very inaccurate and/or biased.

Purpose- The purpose of the website is to make information unswayed to the reader and to help justify what is and what is not a true fact. I could not say whether or not they achieve this goal.

Website: Factcheck

Currency- This website contains recent posts. Updated every few days and was launched in 2003.

Relevance: Has many topics to pick from. The in-depth detail of the topics are good enough. They also appeal to specific age groups.

Authority- The people that post the articles on this site are well educated journalists. They show their credentials and can be easily contacted.

Accuracy- Much better than the previous site. It is very in-depth and no hint of biased speech.

Purpose- Their goal is to leave no confusion among America’s citizens in the knowledge of politics. It wants to educate people unbiased and fair in today’s government.

 

In terms of the CRAAP test, I believe factchecks would easily win over justfacts in every section of the test.

  Web searching is a migraine with no cure, but to endure and pray. However there are a few tricks most people do not know about. Simply adding the words (and,or,not) can help the search engines you use by complexing the search for less, but more focused results. Speaking of search engines. Google, Yahoo, Bing and many more famous search engines will bring you the latest results for every word that is in your search. This can often be ANNOYING! Whereas search engines known as metasearches will pull out specific results from these giant search engines. As you may see below my search for “Who’s gong to win the superbowl?” pulled every result remotely related to superbowl in the web searches, but the metasearchers found more specifics, for example: ticket prices. All three pulled mainly the same things, but they were still more specific than the famous web searchers.

Topic:

Who’s going to win the super bowl?

Google

Manning to Super Bowl, Broncos beat Pats 26-16

 

“Being in my 16th season, going to my third Super Bowl, I know how hard it 2 against the Seattle Seahawks, who beat San Francisco 23-17 in 

 

2014 Super BowlSuper Bowl XLVIII – NFL.com

 

After winning their respective conference championship games, the Despite having just one ring, Peyton is the lone Super Bowl participant who has won the 

 

2014 Super Bowl Predictions – Doc’s Sports Service

 

2014 Super Bowl predictions with odds and analysis from expert These 2014 Super Bowl predictions will feature a new team chosen to win it all, then. The line is going to be on the move: Really, it already has moved a lot 

 

Super Bowl Predictions 2014: Who Wins Top Matchups? | Bleacher

 

Once Lynch gets going on the ground, it will open up things for Wilson and Lynch wins this one. …. Who‘ll Win Top Super Bowl Matchups?

 

NFL Nation Says: Who wins Super Bowl? – NFL Nation Blog – ESPN

 

NFLN Says: Who will win Super Bowl XLVIII and why? Lastname. “I’ll say You get that roll going and they’re on a winning streak. They’re on a 

Bing:

  1. 1.    National Football League: SuperBowl XLV – NFL.com …

Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers and Greg Jennings connect twice to give the Packers the Super Bowl … The Baltimore Ravens will celebrate their Super Bowl XLVII winGo

 

  1. 1.    2014 SuperBowlSuperBowl XLVIII – NFL.com

Super Bowl XLVIII … Super Bowl XLVIII MVP, and the impact a win or loss will have on Peyton Manning’s legacy. Read. … Go Shop. Information.

  1. 1.    Broncos-Seahawks SuperBowl Spread|2014 SuperBowl

 

Super Bowl Odds for Seahawks vs. Broncos with Vegas betting lines, point spread, prop bets, along with expert picks and predictions

 

  1. 1.    2014 SuperBowl Predictions – Free Sports Picks …

 

2014 Super Bowl predictions with odds and … These 2014 Super Bowl predictions will feature a new team chosen to win it … The line is going to be on

 

1.    Who’sGoing ToThe Super Bowl? – The Landry Hat – A Dallas …

 

Who’s Going To The Super Bowl? … the NFC and AFC in this year’s Super Bowl. Who’s your pick to take … 49ers for the Super Bowl. Denver to win by 10 and …

Yahoo:

Who’s Going To The Super Bowl? – The Landry Hat – A Dallas …

Who’s Going To The Super Bowl? … the NFC and AFC in this year’s Super Bowl. Who’s your pick to take … 49ers for the Super Bowl. Denver to win by 10 and …

 

National Football League: Super Bowl XLV – NFL.com – Official …

Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers and Greg Jennings connect twice to give the Packers the Super Bowl … The Baltimore Ravens will celebrate their Super Bowl XLVII winGo

 

Broncos-Seahawks Super Bowl Spread|2014 Super Bowl Betting …

Super Bowl Odds for Seahawks vs. Broncos with Vegas betting lines, point spread, prop bets, along with expert picks and predictions.

 

Who’s favored to win the Super Bowl in 2014? – The Week

Who’s favored to win the Super Bowl in 2014? The Broncos, Falcons, Giants, Redskins, … Dolphins or Jets are going to win the AFC East next year?

 

Who is going to win the Super Bowl 2014? | ChaCha

Who is going to win the Super Bowl 2014? ChaCha Answer: … Last Week’s Popular Questions for Super Bowl. When is the Super Bowl kicking off? Kimberly, …

Metasearch- Dogpile:

2014 Super Bowl – Super Bowl XLVIII – NFL.com

 

2014 Super Bowl – Super Bowl XLVIII … Super Bowl XLVIII MVP, and the impact a win or loss will have on Peyton Manning’s legacy. Read. Analysis …

 

National Football League: Super Bowl XLV – NFL.com – Official …

 

Super Bowl XLVI first to be streamed live online, to phones; NFL reaches out to 2,000 more displaced Super Bowl fans; Lombardi goes home: Packers top Steelers for title

 

2014 Super Bowl Predictions – Free Sports Picks …

 

2014 Super Bowl predictions with odds and … These 2014 Super Bowl predictions will feature a new team chosen to win it … The line is going to be on …

 

Broncos-Seahawks Super Bowl Spread|2014 Super Bowl Betting …

 

Super Bowl Odds for Seahawks vs. Broncos with Vegas betting lines, point spread, … ODDS TO WIN THE SUPER BOWL FROM BOVADA SPORTSBOOK (updated Thursday 1/23/14)

 

Super Bowl Odds – Odds to win 2014 Super Bowl XLVIII

 

Odds to win Super Bowl XLVI All bets will stand even if a shortened season occurs New England Patriots +500 San Francisco 49ers +700 Denver Broncos +800

WebCrawler:

Super Bowl Who Going To Win – wow.com

 

wow.com/Super+Bowl+Who+Going+To+WinSearch the Web for Super Bowl Who Going To Win

 

 

Superbowl Tickets – StubHub.com http://www.stubhub.com/What You See Is What You Pay. Includes Tailgate, Parking & Rides.

 

 

Super Bowl Tickets | StubHub.com http://www.StubHub.com/Super-Bowl

 

2014 Super Bowl – Super Bowl XLVIII – NFL.com

 

After winning their respective conference championship games, the … Despite having just one ring, Peyton is the lone Super Bowl participant who has won the …

 

Which team will win Super Bowl XLVIII? – SportsNation – ESPN

 

6 days ago … Best Offense vs Best Defense. a unstoppable force meets the immovable object who’s going to win and who’s going to fail. It’s going to be fun to …

Metacrawler:

Predictions For Superbowl – Alhea.com‎

alhea.com/Predictions+For+Superbowl

Predictions For Superbowl On Alhea.com‎ Great Results For You on Alhea.com!

 

2013 Super Bowl – Super Bowl XLVII – NFL.com

 

The NFL Season captures the magic of Super Bowl week with a … Ravens win Super Bowl … at Super Bowl XLVII. The Super Bowl attracts a who’s who …

 

Broncos-Seahawks Super Bowl Spread|2014 Super Bowl Betting …

 

Super Bowl Odds for Seahawks vs. Broncos with Vegas betting lines, point spread, prop bets, along with expert picks and predictions.

 

National Football League: Super Bowl XLV – NFL.com – Official …

 

Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers and Greg Jennings connect twice to give the Packers the Super Bowl … The Baltimore Ravens will celebrate their Super Bowl XLVII win … Go …

 

National Football League: Super Bowl XLVI

 

Eli Manning leads the New York Giants to their 4th Super Bowl title in an epic matchup … Going to Indianapolis? … Tom Coughlin celebrates Super Bowl win; SB XLVI …