You can locate credible resources (for free) using the library collections. If you choose to search the internet, consider using Google Scholar. Otherwise, plan time to check the credibility of anything you find. Use the information here to become a better evaluator of online information.
Check out the Internet search tips in the guide below.
This 3:30 video was produced by the University of Louisville's library. It introduces lateral reading and demonstrates how to use lateral reading to evaluate websites.
Learn more about Lateral Reading in John Green's 13-minute video. It is part of a larger Crash Course on Navigating Digital Information.
This 2019 video demonstrates how to assess the sources of information you find on the internet. The growing suspicion of expertise is a growing problem on the internet, and it can be very difficult to figure out which sources are authoritative. In this episode John offers some strategies to help you identify credible sources and take into account a source's point of view.