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American Indian Studies - West: Selected Websites

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Do a :.site Google Search

You can search for content on a single website.  For example, if you put the following search in Google:

tohono o'odham site:.arizona.edu

it will search anything about the Tohono O'odham on the University of Arizona's websites.

Here are more examples to consider:

tohono o'odham site:.asu.edu

tohono o'odham site:.nau.edu

tohono o'odham site:.pima.gov

tohono o'odham site:.azpm.org

 

Evaluating Websites

Consider the following five criteria:

1.  Accuracy - Is the information correct?

2.  Authority - What are the author's credentials? Have they provided citations to academic research?

3.  Bias - Does the content have a strong point of view?

3.  Coverage - Is the content covered comprehensively? Does the website look like an academic site?

4.  Currency - Is the information current?

If you're not certain, ask a librarian!

Is it good enough for your paper?

Navajo Long Walk

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  • Who published this website? Who are they?
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