You really want to finish college but it's so expensive. You are already working as many hours as you can and your family can't help out any more than they already do. You just heard that someone in San Francisco got free tuition and that soon all first year students in California will get to go community free too. That sounds great!!! You want to know what that's all about so you look into it and come across this website. Does it explain what you want to know? What questions do you have about this website as a source? What makes it a reliable source or not?
You just got your first credit card and it's time to buy your textbooks for the semester so you charge it all. The bank wants you to pay your bill every month...on time. Whoops, you missed it by just a couple of...weeks...and now you are charged a high interest plus a late fee. A year later you are in over your head. To control the panic you look up ways to manage the credit card debt you owe. You find some tips on different websites including this article. Is it useful to you? Why or why not? What things in particular jump out at you about this article and source? What makes this a credible source?
Your good friend has started drinking a lot of Monster energy drinks because he says it is helping him stay up later to study and he can work more hours at his part-time job. You know he is under a lot of pressure but you aren’t sure that's such a good idea. Your friend reassures you it is “perfectly safe” and sends you proof it works. Read his article. What questions come up as you read this article? Why are those questions important to address to determine the quality of this source?
Ugh, what a drag. Every day you feel tired but can't sleep and you're sure you've gained the dreaded "freshman five"...at least two times over. Your auntie says she knows exactly what your problem is because she read all about it on the internet. Read one of these articles for yourself. Decide whether your aunt is right. How do you know if this is good information to count on; what details are you watching for? What makes this a credible source or not?
College cost more than you expected. This isn’t like high school where they handed out textbooks and other supplies in class. Now you have to pay tuition, buy textbooks (and several books for some classes), buy supplies, pay for parking permits, etc. It just keeps adding up. You need to figure out how earn some money fast! You Google for some ideas and come across this website. Does it help answer or deal with your problem? Who is posting this info? Is website useful to you?