Helpful tools for online research
Finding a Reliable Website
The Internet has so much information on a variety of topics, which is great! Though, it can be overwhelming to pick which sites are worth the time. Not every site is helpful; not every site is valid (correct information). These videos might help you understand more about how to evaluate websites.
Not sure if it is a good site? RADCAB!
If you don't know if the site you are looking at is going to be helpful for your research, use RADCAB to help you figure it out! RADCAB is an acronym to help you remember what to do when looking online for information (Created by Karen M. Christensson, M.S. Library Media Education). There is more information on the RADCAB site about how to use the acronym: http://www.radcab.com/. The image below comes from that website.