How does a website address help you evaluate the reliability of a website? (5 points) Certain website addresses guarantee that the information is reliable. The website address provides clues about the expertise of authors. When a website is published by a university, the information is always reliable. Some website addresses are considered more reliable than others.
Some domains such as .com, .org, and .net can be purchased and used by any individual. However, the domain .edu is reserved for colleges and universities, while .gov denotes a government website. These two are usually credible sources for information (though occasionally a university will assign a .edu address to each of its students for personal use, in which case use caution when citing). Be careful with the domain .org, because .org is usually used by non-profit organizations which may have an agenda different than educating.