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Evaluate Information

Evaluate Information

Author: Nathan Lampson
Description:

This lesson will explain how to evaluate scientific information to be sure it is credible and usable. It will also describe how and why science is relevant and important to your everyday life.

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Evaluating Information with Critical Thinking

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Terms to Know
Bias

An opinion swayed by personal experience.

Fact

​A piece of information known to be true and can be verified.

Opinion

​A piece of information that involves personal judgment.