These are questions you can ask yourself when evaluating a potential source to help you decide if it is of high enough quality to use.
How do you know if a source is good enough to use? Do the authors have any biases? Is the resource a popular one or a peer-reviewed, scholarly resource? Watch the videos below and then follow up by reviewing the questions below which provide a way for you to evaluate the sources you find, whether online or via the library's collections
The CRAAP Test is a series of questions to help you evaluate the information you find online. Different criteria will be more or less important depending on your situation or need.
Odds are your Instructors have asked you to find scholarly resources for your papers and assignments, but what does that mean exactly? How can you tell the difference between scholarly and more popular information resource? Why is this important?