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Identify and analyze a Web site intended as a resource for h

Use search tools such as Google, Yahoo, etc., to identify a Web site intended as a resource for human services, and analyze the site based on evaluation criteria from a reliable source, such as the Wolfgram Library from Widener University. (Select "Evaluating Websites" from Widener University's Wolfgram Library Web site.)

Write your findings in a paper formatted in APA style. Include a discussion on the value and relevance of this site to clients and/or to human services agencies

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The website that I am evaluating is the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (http://www.hhs.gov/). The website focuses on providing resources and information for people seeking assistance in the health and human services sector. According to the Wolfgram Memorial Library's "How to Evaluate Web Pages", there are five criterion to follow to determine if the site is a credible source of information.

The first criterion involves the authority of the website. It should be clear who is responsible for the contents of the page, a link to a page describing the purpose of the sponsoring organization, contact information about the organization, and copyright information on the website. In regard to the site I am evaluating, it is not clear who the site administrator is, however the other criteria are met. In the tab section is there ...

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Use search tools such as Google, Yahoo, etc., to identify a Web site intended as a resource for human services, and analyze the site based on evaluation criteria from a reliable source, such as the Wolfgram Library from Widener University. (Select "Evaluating Websites" from Widener University's Wolfgram Library Web site.)

Write your findings in a paper formatted in APA style. Include a discussion on the value and relevance of this site to clients and/or to human services agencies.

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