The document “Techniques for Evaluating American Indian Websites” was discussed in the Smith and Ward reading for this week and I decided to take a closer look at this article. This is a valuable article that definitely covers some aspects of website analysis I would not have considered. This is quite a long list and includes simple tips such as checking to see if the author of the website is identified as a member of a nation or are they more specific with a specific tribe (more specific would indicate more authentic). Some of the more interesting aspects of analysis refer to the use of stories and whether they are appropriate and whether the website is trying to sell you something. This is quite an old document (last updated in 2000) but despite the broken links still contains some valuable aspects of media literacy.