Searching in the library's databases will give you more credible sources than a web search, but sometimes scholarly articles don't have the type of information you need. There are many reliable websites on the internet, and many unreliable or outdated websites.
This page contains a sampling of credible websites that may be helpful for your research. See below for recommendations for using web sources to find credible information.
Use these questions to determine whether the source is credible. Many websites are not "good" or "bad," but somewhere in the middle. These questions will help you decide whether the website is trustworthy.