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TimestampWhat is a scientifically valid website?What would make you more confident that a website was "valid"?What does "properly citing" a source mean?
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9/20/2012 13:54:21A scientifically valid website is a website that the work is creditable, while making sure it's not able to be changed.It would make me more confident that a website is valid that at the end it says .org or .edu, something that is not .com.Proper citing is using the MLA format and giving full credit to the source you received the information from.
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9/20/2012 13:54:36A website that has a .edu, .org, or .gov ending. You would know the information is reliable. It means saying where you got the information.
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9/20/2012 13:54:38A website that is correct with it’s statements.A website that has references and positive reviews.Properly citing a source means giving credit to the cite you got your information from.
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9/20/2012 13:54:41A scientific valid website is a web site that ends in .gov, .net, & .edu not .com because anyone can make a .com account.The thing that would make me think that a website is valid when they had words spelled right, good information, other sites had the same answers, and it didn't end in .com.That you give the right credit to the right website with the proper information.
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9/20/2012 13:54:44humanillness.comwhen it says .comI dont know
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9/20/2012 13:54:50A scientifically valid website is a website that is made up of accurate information from reliable, correct sources.The end of the url being “.org” or “.gov” would make me more confident. Also having proper works cited and looking professional.Properly citing a source is stating exactly how, where, who, and when you got the information that your using from.
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9/20/2012 13:54:55A scientifically valid website is a website that has true and valid facts about the natural world.If the website has scientific words and facts, it makes me feel more confident that it's a scientifically valid website because I can tell that not some random person just typed up the website.Properly citing a source is giving credit to the person who published it.
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9/20/2012 13:54:561. A website with .org, .edu, or .gov2. A certified certificate, that says the website is legit.3. Giving the the source credit for the information.
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9/20/2012 13:55:01A scientifically valid website is a website that is updated by credible people like scientists, professors, and teachers that have done research and experiments. Not just any random person can edit the site. To make sure a website is valid you can look and see if it is .edu or .gov or you can look on the site to see who it is written by or where they got their information.Properly cited means that you gave credit to the website where you got the information.
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9/20/2012 13:55:04A website that ends in .gov or .edu. Proper grammar and spelling, a professional appearance, and information that can be found elsewhere. When the book, document, or website is noted in the correct format that it was referenced.
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9/20/2012 13:55:161. A website with a .gov .edu or a .org2. A certification that it's valid3. Putting the url of the website you got the information from
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9/20/2012 13:55:16A scientifically valid website is when the information is from a valid sourceIf they provided a source or they were from a credited programIt means to give proper recognition to the people you borrowed the information from
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9/20/2012 13:55:18A scientifically valid website is an accurate website with updated information.If the website was correctly sited and had reliable resources and a professional webpage then I would be confident that it is valid Properly siting a page is when the resource is cited through a citation type
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9/20/2012 13:55:24A “scientifically valid website” is a website with good sources. Something that not just anybody could mess with. What would make me more confident that a website is valid is if many people have used it and they have proven facts that there information is correct. “Properly citing” a source means you give credit to where you got the information from. Whether its from a book or a website, you need to cite it.
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9/20/2012 13:55:33A scientific valid website is any website with a “.gov” or “.edu” at the end of the site name. What would make me more confident that a website is valid is that if it had an edu or gov at the end. Properly citing a source means that you are giving the credit of the quote to the person that owns the source.
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9/20/2012 13:55:39A scientifically valid website is a website that is .gov or .eduI would be more confident if the website could only be edited by cretin people.Properly citing a source means giving complete credit to who ever the information came from.
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9/20/2012 13:55:591) When a website has the actual proven information, proven by scientists2) If they had proof that they were legit, and not just saying what they think.3) It means that if you did not do the study yourself, or are using someone else's data, you give them credit.
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9/20/2012 13:56:01Something that has been found and proven by scientists.A website from scientific programs, government, or educational programsProviding the website, the author, the date it was published, and the date it was accessed.
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9/20/2012 13:56:15Www.plosbiology.org If i knew how to use it.Giving credit for the websites information
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9/20/2012 13:56:28It had reliable answerschecking other websites to see if they have similar infogiving it credit for a website or books info
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9/20/2012 13:56:42 a website that ends with .edu, .org, and .gov if it was approved my a major company or school. putting the url in parentheses and stating the name of the website.
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9/20/2012 13:56:53A “scientifically valid” website is one that is based on scientifically accurate facts from a reliable source.I would be more confident that a website was valid if it had reliable sources of where there information was found or if it ended with a .gov or .edu.Properly citing a source means that you give all the necessary information needed to give credit to the author and source that you found it from.
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9/20/2012 13:56:58A place with valid information Citations Properly cited with an actual web address
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9/20/2012 13:57:38A scientifically valid website is a website that ends in .gov or .org.2. It would make me more confident that a website is valid if it ends in .gov or is a confirmed website with copyright info or the company signature, etc.3. Properly citing a source means that you list the website name, the author, the URL, and the date it was created and the date you accessed the information.
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9/20/2012 13:57:51a website that is valid and that has correct informationi would know that my answers are right if i get that from that websitehave a link from a website or having the correct address
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9/20/2012 13:58:18Scientific valid would be a place where you can find valid information on a site that cannot change.That nobody else change the information on that website or it is a governmentWhen you properly site something you put its URL and give the place you found it from credit
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9/20/2012 13:59:46Any website that is created by a professional on that topic.Lots of good information and nothing that make no since what so ever.Giving credit to the source that you got it from, and this way it is not a form of stealing.
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