Source 1- UXL Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes. (My Print Source!)
This was my best source by far. The professionalism of the site is very prominent, as it is an official encyclopedia. The Information in this source was vast and accurate compared with my other sites I had. The source has many other citations that went to other credible sites. The source is not biased in any regard, and its goal is strictly for informing readers. =. A downside to the source though is that it hasn't been updated since 2012, and possible new information is not in this source. The author is nowhere on the page, but an editor is given credit in the source. Beside that one minor problem, This source deserves a 5 out of 5 stars.
Source 2- WarPaths2PeacePipes.com
This source had specific information on the general lifestyle of the Ojibwa people. It gives a brief overview of where the Ojibwa lived, their food, their clothing, and some past history. The source leans more towards the unprofessional side, due to its lack of content and boring presentation. The source doesn't have any citations, but when compared to my other sources, its information matches up quite nicely. The site's last update was in 2018, but the content added was just previously read content. There is no author or editor on the page, which hurts the credibility of the source. it's informative and unbiased, but highly unappealing and bland. This source earns a 3.3 out of 5 stars.
Source 3- Canadian Encyclopedia
This source was like source one, but just gave a general overview of the topics discussed previously in that source. This source is quite professional and appealing, with videos and pictures embedded within the source. It is informative and accurate, but sadly, it does not have any citations. I manually checked it with other sources and its info was quite accurate. It was first published in 2008 and updated in 2015, which is great for staying relevant and up with the times. An author is also provided in this source, which helped me check the credibility of the source. This source is highly informative and unbiased. Since it was a bit broad, it didn't go deep into the subjects, which was a shame. This source sits at a pretty 4.3 out of 5 stars.
Source 4- EveryCulture.com
This source was very mediocre overall. The topics they have are ones that you would think would have a content, but that isn't the case. The source is quite dated (2012) and has received no updates since the initial release of the source. No authors could be found on this page, nor could I find any editor. A bibliography was included on the website, with some very accurate sources included. Despite having the info at their fingertips, the articles that followed were devoid of any meaningful content. Out of the eight available subpages, only three had info that took up a screen full, all other subpages were very lacking. The professionalism in the page is also subpar. It is drab, boring, and the content wasn't hitting it home. This source sits at a low 1.3 out of 5 stars.
Source 5- Indian Country Wisconsin
This source seems to be just your average fact page, but then it becomes clear that it is better put together than one. The professionalism of this site is great in the content department, but visually... ouch. It has black text on a blue background, which led to difficulty reading. There was a bibliography but no author. The info was very enlightening and helped me with my government of the Ojibwa people page. The site was very easy to navigate and had meaningful articles about the Ojibwa in general. It was published in 2012 and received no further updates beyond that point. It filled in the info I needed that the other sources were missing. Many interesting factoids were learned from this hidden gem of Ojibwa knowledge, to say the least. This source earns a respectable 3.8 out of 5 stars.
Average content score- 3.5 stars out of 5
One of my sources could have been much better, but that goes without saying. All my other sources were decent in quality and ranked above 3 stars, which is also great. Checking the sources together was tough and required a lot of patience. In the end, I believe these sources provide a great look into the Ojibwa's massive history