Bad information thrives, often alongside the good and the great. Unfortunately, there's nothing to alert the public to phony, false, or misleading information--except for your own skepticism, education, and evaluation skills.
Whether you’re using books, websites, or articles from a library database, it’s important to evaluate your sources as part of the research process. This guide gives you some of the fundamental questions to consider during evaluation.
Video by Western University Libraries, London, Ontario, Canada.