Eagleton, Maya B., and Elizabeth Dobler. Reading the Web: Strategies for Internet Inquiry. New York: Guilford, 2007. Print.
(Reprinted with permission of the Guilford Press)
Now that you have read a lot of information from multiple sources, develop a plan for your argument while you take notes. Your job now is to
1) collect relevant evidence
2) analyze how it supports your opinion or claim.
Ask yourself these questions:
1 What can I infer from this information?
2. How do I interpret this information?
3. What is my opinion based on this evidence?
4. How has my perspective changed?
5. What new insights do I have now?