This lesson asks the students to collaborate to create a list of guidelines for deciding if a health information site is credible. This would work great as a refresher lesson when students had already had exposure to the information in the context of other subjects or in previous years.
This lesson plan provides an interesting lesson as well as a long list of suggested sites for students to practice evaluating. This lesson is great in its entirety or just using portions of the information.
This interactive module teaches a quick three step process for evaluating health information sites. The clickable interaction allows students to explore the information, or a printable version provides the content as a straightforward handout.
This article on evaluating health information websites is structured as a series of questions to answer about a site as well as answers that show the site is credible. This would be an excellent article to use as a checklist for students when evaluating a site, or as a series of questions they answer as part of an assignment.
This interactive tutorial outlines how to evaluate health information. The interactive module also includes a transcript for those who would rather read through the information rather than listen to the audio, so the differentiation is built in.