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Dance / Drama: VET Dance

Great resources for everything performing arts!

Dance Resources

Dance Evaluation Resources

Books in the NCC

Analyse websites

Learn to give a CRAAP.

Now that we've got your attention, use this acronym to evaluate the information you find on the web.

C is for currency. When was the website last updated?

R is for relevance. Is the information useful to you?

A is for authority. Who is publishing the information? If it's from Wikipedia, it could be anyone and is not a reliable source.

A is for accuracy. Think about who published it, and if they are likely to be correct. Is a celebrity or a doctor more likely to give accurate health information? Are there references?

P is for purpose or possible bias. Is the author’s purpose to sell, persuade, entertain, or inform?


Modern Dancer 1 By Dancermorgan (CC BY-SA 4.0), via Wikimedia Commons

girls jazz dance dance choreography by Allinoch (Simplified Pixabay License), via Pixabay

Peel Group by Manuel L. Romero (Public domain), via Wikimedia Commons