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CMST 100: Fundamentals of Communication

This guide will help you find quality sources for your speeches.

Source Credibility Presentation: CABLES

There are many things to consider when trying to discern if a source is reliable or not. Use the Google Slideshow below to learn more about assessing a source's credibility using the CABLES method. CABLES stands for Currency, Authority, Bias, Level, End-Goal, and Support.

Looking for the previous version? Visit our CABLE source credibility activity page. 

Source Credibility Worksheet

Below you'll find a worksheet that should help you determine if your sources are credible using the CABLES method. 

Identifying Confirmation Bias

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