I just discovered this site and find it useful for augmenting my teaching. However, I am also teaching my students about credible sources. And although the information here is predominantly accurate, I am not comfortable calling it a “credible” source. This is because 1) there is no contact information or way to contact administrators of the site; 2) there is no mention of authors or an editing team or their credentials; and 3) this “English Tutor” answering the questions sounds, well, weird? How to describe this without being insulting…not the sophisticated English speaker I would expect and also not willing to talk about the site itself. My questions is WHO ARE YOU? And WHAT ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS. THank you

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Thank you for raising so many questions. The major objective of this site is to help students and facilitate their learning. Therefore, it helps in understanding research and academic study but is not in-depth study to present as a credible source. For school students, however, it is mandatory to cite their research. Therefore, you can cite it as given in the Citation section.

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