The Humanistic Tradition I

From the Ancient World to The Reformation

The Analysis of an Internet Site


URL and Title or Description of Site:

Date of Original Posting, Last Modification, and Date of Visit:

Author/Authors (and qualifications):


Ease of Use:

Level of use (nature of intended audience):

Documentation/Instructions (if any):

Complete Summary/Description and Scope of the Structure and Contents of the Site (Be specific, using at least three specific examples of organization text, images, links, etc.):

Analysis/Evaluation of the Site (Use at least three specific examples to demonstrate comprehensiveness and quality of coverage; validity; bias; strengths; weaknesses; etc.):

Overall Effectiveness as a Primary and/or Secondary Source (Use at least three specific examples to support your evaluation):

Would you recommend this site to a fellow student?  Why or why not?  Provide at least three specific examples to support your recommendation.

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