There are multiple website evaluation tools available...each seeming more complicated and less memorable than the next. So I developed my own, easy to remember method for teaching website evaluation during online research. Armed with a fly swatter and even a SWAT vest and cap purchased on the internet, I taught kids this method in one "research boot camp" lesson, and applied the technique all year long each time we did web research. S stands for site check, W for who/author check, A for audience check and T for time check. By following the strategies shown in this engaging (and downright silly) PowerPoint, students will effectively swat away those bad sites and use only more reliable web sources. The presentation even includes a link to the infamous "Save the Pacific Tree Octopus" scam website. Being a part of a good SWAT team means the reliability of your sites is always right on target. No need to buy a SWAT cap or vest... the program stands well on its own. It even ends with an interactive instructor and student cadence at the end. Teaching website evaluation has never been more engaging, or more easily remembered. Enjoy! Diiiiiiiiiiiiiiis-missed!