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Was it published recently? Relevancy:
Does it answer part of your research question? Authority: Can you trust the author's
opinion based on their credentials? Accuracy: Can the claims be confirmed
or supported by other research? Purpose: Was it created in order to
research or educate?
If you can answer "no" to any of these questions, your Web site failed
the CRAAP test.
Using Websites for Research
Searching in the library's databases will generally give you more credible sources than Google. But there are many reliable websites on the internet and this page contains a sampling of credible websites that may be helpful for your research.
"BodyMaps is an interactive visual search tool that allows users to explore the human body in 3-D. With easy-to-use navigation, users can search multiple layers of the human anatomy, view systems and organs down to their smallest parts, and understand in detail how the human body works."
This web-based tool provides easy access to HHS data and statistics. It is designed to help users locate health-related data, statistical information and reports collected from various government resources in one convenient location.