Remember the CRAAP test from your first-year Inquiry class?
C - Currency: How recent was a source created/researched? Do you need items from a particular time period?
R - Relevance: Does the information in the source meet your needs? Is it the right type of source for your assignment?
A - Authority: What are the author’s credentials and expertise related to the topic?
A - Accuracy:
P - Purpose: What is the intent of the author or sponsoring organization?
There may be thousands of articles that are from the correct time period, that are accurate, written with authority, and published by reputable journals with an academic purpose - but that doesn't mean they are relevant to your topic or your assignment.
Relevance might be the most tricky part of the CRAAP test. It really depends on your specific assignment, topic, and research question.
Here are some things to consider:
When in doubt, review your sources with your professor.