The section entitled “Evaluating sources for credibility” is all about that process.
Here, we’ll discuss some great resources that will help you find good information.
Google has another service, Google Books, that will help you find books related to your topic.
Just type your research topic into the field and Google Books will provide you with a list of relevant books.
– These journals are a great way to find cutting edge research on your topic.
Academic journals add credibility and professionalism to a paper.
Once you click on a book you like, Google Books will give you a preview of the book and information related to buying the book or finding it in your library.
– Websites are sources you should approach with caution.
(The pros/cons of Google apply to other major search engines such as Bing and Yahoo as well.) First, the benefits of Google’s search engine: It’s fast and provides you with a lot of information.
Like Google’s search engine, Wikipedia is a mixed bag.