Many students use the web to brainstorm ideas and find information to for their papers. How can you tell if the information on a website can be trusted? Watch the video below to find out!
However, many students Google their topics and use information found on websites for their research papers. Often, these sites contain old or inaccurate information.
So, how can a student decide what is a good website? They can use the "CRAAP" test! Watch the video below to learn how!
Currency Relevancy Authority Accuracy Purpose
Here is a helpful overview on evaluating sources from Purdue's Online Writing Lab (OWL):