— Mae D'Amico, History in the Making

Finding the Right Webpage

There are right and wrong webpage sources.  Anyone can post something on the web and this could be a good or bad thing.  On the one hand, the web is a great place to find almost unlimited information.  On the other, the web can be wrought with wrong information or willfully biased.

Here is an example of a good webpage that is relevant to my paper topic: http://www.weru.ksu.edu/new_weru/multimedia/dustbowl/dustbowlpics.html.  This webpage has primary source photos and is from an educational organization.

Here is an example of a less good webpage: http://www.americaslibrary.gov/es/ok/es_ok_dustbowl_1.html. The information is not bad, but it is very vague and not very scholarly.  If one were to use it, it would just be for background information.  Books and articles that are peer-reviewed are ideal.

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