Mike Caulfield, Washington State University digital literacy expert, has helpfully condensed key fact-checking strategies into a short list of four moves, or things to do to quickly make a decision about whether or not a source is worthy of your attention. It is referred to as the “SIFT” method:
The 'Introduction to College Research' textbook has a great page about the SIFT method. Click the link below to go to the page and read more details about this method.
Someone wants to write about how pressure to get good grades affects college students' mental health...especially their stress levels. What do you think of these articles they found?