Cancer-critical genes. How they are found and what they do

Cancer-critical genes

Learning Objectives:
The purpose of this assignment is for you to practice evaluating sources of information about new
developments in cell biology available on the internet, and to practice explaining cell biology concepts
in writing.
When you have completed this assignment you will be able to:
1. Locate current cell biology information in both popular and primary literature on the internet
2. Evaluate the quality of websites offering scientific information
3. Explain cell biology concepts in writing to your scientific peers

 

Part A: Identifying your topic

  1. Three key words or phrases:

 

  1. Page numbers from the textbook:

 

 

Part B: Identifying your peer-reviewed paper

  1. Title of paper:

 

  1. List of authors:

 

  1. Name of journal, volume and page numbers, date of publication:

 

  1. Upload the pdf file of your paper on Moodle.

 

 

Part C: Identifying your two website articles (answer this set of questions for each one).

 

“High quality” website:

  1. Title of the article:

 

  1. Name and organization of the author of the article:

 

  1. Date of posting of the article on the web page:

 

  1. Name and ownership of the website:

 

  1. URL of the web page where you found the article:

 

 

“Low quality” website:

  1. Title of the article:

 

  1. Name and organization of the author of the article:

 

  1. Date of posting of the article on the web page:

 

  1. Name and ownership of the website:

 

  1. URL of the web page where you found the article:

 

 

 

Part D: Evaluating your two websites

 

“High quality” website:

 

  1. 1. Is the purpose of the website to provide unbiased information to the public?

Score:

Explanation:

 

  1. Is the website owned by a well-known, trustworthy organization?

Score:

Explanation:

 

  1. Are the authors experts?

Score:

Explanation:

 

  1. Has the information been reviewed or edited by someone in addition to the authors?

Score:

Explanation:

 

  1. Is the article referenced, and are the sources of the information reliable?

Score:

Explanation:

 

  1. Does the article quote more than one source?

Score:

Explanation:

 

  1. Is the content original?

Score:

Explanation:

 

  1. Total score for “High quality” website:

 

 

 

 

“Low quality” website:

 

  1. 1. Is the purpose of the website to provide unbiased information to the public?

Score:

Explanation:

 

  1. Is the website owned by a well-known, trustworthy organization?

Score:

Explanation:

 

  1. Are the authors experts?

Score:

Explanation:

 

  1. Has the information been reviewed or edited by someone in addition to the authors?

Score:

Explanation:

 

  1. Is the article referenced, and are the sources of the information reliable?

Score:

Explanation:

 

  1. Does the article quote more than one source?

Score:

Explanation:

 

  1. Is the content original?

Score:

Explanation:

 

  1. Total score for “Low quality” website:

Part E: Comparing your two websites

Why did you evaluate one as high quality and the other as low quality? What are the most important differences between them?

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