Validating internet resources

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Validating a website is the process of ensuring that the pages on the website conform to the norms or standards defined by various organizations.

Validation is important, and will ensure that your web pages are interpreted in the same way (the way you want it) by various machines, such as search engines, as well as users and visitors to your webpage.

Evaluating information sources is a important part of the research process.

Not all information is reliable or true, nor will all information be suitable for your paper or project.

The Internet, especially the World Wide Web, has surpassed most libraries in the quantity of information it makes available.

However, the Web has not surpassed libraries in the overall quality of information it makes available.

Traditionally, a main component of library collections has been print (paper) materials.

Today, however, many online resources are being added to supplement collections, replace printed (paper) items, or improve access.

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