Educator Resources for Online Sources

The Internet is a treasure trove of information. But look out—some of it might be fool's gold! Luckily, Tim and Moby have the tools you need to determine whether a source can be trusted. Learn to evaluate a website by checking details like the domain and the "About" page. Look up the site's publisher and consider its agenda to uncover any potential bias. Analyze the content by researching the author's qualifications, investigating the sources cited, and noting the publication date. Take these steps so that the next time you're seeking reliable answers online, you'll know where on the web to turn. Still skeptical? Fact-check this description by watching the movie!