Websites can be reliable information sources, but you must evaluate their credibility before citing them for an assignment. For every website, consider:
Google Scholar is a subset of Google that is designed to search for scholarly articles and books online.
|site:||To search for results from certain sites and domains.|
|related:||To search for sites that are similar to a designated site or domain.||related:https://blogs.chapman.edu/holocaust-education/|
|link:||To search for pages that link to a certain page.
To search for a specific type of file.
|Lech Walesa filetype:pdf|
These top level domains help you identify web information that is more likely to be authoritative
|.gov||United States government websites|
|.edu||United States affiliated institutions of higher education.|
|.org||Commonly used by schools, open-source projects, and communities, as well as by for-profit entities..|
|.mil||United States military|
|country domains||To find information published in other countries, look for information under the country's domain|