The Internet (or "The Web") is great. Younger people may wonder how we ever survived without it? However, anyone who pays to create a website can put anything on the Web. Therefore, it's important to know where the information is coming from and it's accuracy and validity.
It all comes down to credibility. Then how can you judge whether your web source is credible/valid?
The CRAAP* Test was developed by Sarah Blakeslee and other librarians at California State University at Chico.
Use these reputable sources to fact-check the reliability of information you may find questionable.
Visual learner? These videos (by library professionals) help you determine the credibility of any website.
THIS RESEARCH OR "LIBGUIDE" WAS PRODUCED BY THE LIBRARIANS OF MONROE COLLEGE