Online Sleuth Vocabulary
LibSkills Grade 6
09/16/2013
Accuracy: The condition or quality of being true,
correct or exact; freedom from error or defect;
precision or exactness c...
Bias: a particular tendency or inclination, or
prejudice
Credible: worthy of belief or confidence;
trustworthy
Credentials: anything tha provides the basis for
confidence, belief, credit, etc
Domain Extension: the suffix at the end of a
web address, such as .com or .org
Evaluate: to judge or determine the
significance, worth or quality of
Publisher: a person or company whose
business is the publishing of books,
newspapers, online articles, computer software,
...
Relevance: relation to the matter at hand
Skeptic: a person who questions the validity of
authenticity of something appearing to be
factual
URL: web address you type into a browser to
reach a website
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Online sleuth vocabulary

  1. 1. Online Sleuth Vocabulary LibSkills Grade 6 09/16/2013
  2. 2. Accuracy: The condition or quality of being true, correct or exact; freedom from error or defect; precision or exactness correctness
  3. 3. Bias: a particular tendency or inclination, or prejudice
  4. 4. Credible: worthy of belief or confidence; trustworthy
  5. 5. Credentials: anything tha provides the basis for confidence, belief, credit, etc
  6. 6. Domain Extension: the suffix at the end of a web address, such as .com or .org
  7. 7. Evaluate: to judge or determine the significance, worth or quality of
  8. 8. Publisher: a person or company whose business is the publishing of books, newspapers, online articles, computer software, etc.
  9. 9. Relevance: relation to the matter at hand
  10. 10. Skeptic: a person who questions the validity of authenticity of something appearing to be factual
  11. 11. URL: web address you type into a browser to reach a website
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