Reliability means that something can be trusted, that it is based on evidence and research, and is consistently of high quality. Reliable work is based on strategies that can be replicated, strategies that draw on the best of educational and scholarly practices. Reliable work welcomes and encourages critical discussion regarding its policies and procedures. Reliability is the opposite of personal opinion.

Left: Detail of “Oceti Sakowin Reserves,” in Oceti Sakowin Origins & Development, 2012.

Reliability

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