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Even if you find books and articles through our library site - WISE or any of the other databases - it's still important to assess their credibility. Different courses and assignments will have different requirements for the level of credibility needed. You may have to get peer-review, scholarly sources or you may be allowed to use "good" but not scholarly sources like newspaper articles.
It's critical to make sure what kinds of sources you have to use for any assignment - ask your professor if needed!
If you find a source on the general web, it's even more important to evaluate its credibility. To do so, start by applying the CRAAP test. And if you're still not sure, ask a librarian!
Currency - when was it published, created?
Relevance - how closely does the source's information match my needs?
Authority - who created/wrote the source AND who publishes or endorses it?
Accuracy - is the information factual? Has it been produced using proper scientific, scholarly, and/or journalistic methodology?
Purpose - why has this information been produced/published? To inform, persuade, provoke, sell something, etc.?