Guide to evaluating research resources

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Evaluating sources when doing research can be a complex task. Your papers credibility depends upon the reliability of the information you use to support your points. There are times when, along with authoritative and scholarly sources, other information, such as interviews and personal observations are valid sources. In general, however, a source is only as credible as the author’s credentials and the reputation of the sponsoring publication and/or organization. These guidelines are to help you become familiar with how to evaluate the value of information: Continue reading Guide to evaluating research resources

Inherited disorders database

Canine Inherited Disorders Database
This website is useful for:
* dog owners whose pet has been found to have an inherited condition
* potential dog owners who want help in avoiding these problems when choosing a pet
* veterinarians looking for current information on both well-known and more obscure genetic disorders, including diagnostic and therapeutic information
* dog breeders who are looking for suggestions on how to avoid these conditions in their lines of dogs<