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SPC 1608 (Morris): Internet Research

A guide to help students find research for speeches in Professor Morris' Fundamentals of Speech course at the Osceola Campus

Statistical Web Sites

The following web sites are predominantly run by the US government and may be the best way to find very specific statistics on some of your topics.

Choosing Credible Sources

Evaluating Sources for Credibility

Before using the sources you find online, be sure to evaluate each source for credibility. Not all sources found through Google searching are credible enough to be used in an academic setting. Looking at each source through the CRAAP lens can help you determine how sound your sources are.