What is credible sources?
Credible is believable, based on information or fact.
What is a credible source of information about the exsperinces of american citizens on the home front during World War 2?
What is the differences between a credible website and one that is not a credible source of academic information?
Typically an instructor will tell you which sources they consider credible. However, a credible website would be one that ends in .edu , or .gov and sometimes .org. Additionally, credible websites can be found through academic databases or through your library's website. None credible sources are websites that can be modified by members of the public such as Wikipedia. Sites like Wikipedia are great to get your ideas going, and then you can reference academic…
If there is a good amount of information entered into the site this is one way to make it credible. Look for endings on some sites like .edu sites are very credible because they are used for education, .gov sites are also credible because they are government sites. All sites should have a sources spot on the page so we know where they got their information.
What is the next step in the research essay writing process after you've gathered credible reliable sources from the library and elsewhere?
WikiAnswers is not a credible source. Credible means believable. Some examples: Diplomas hanging in my doctor's office show me that she is credible. A witness who does not come across to the jury as credible will not help the case. I didn't let the man into our home because his claim to be a police officer did not seem credible.