On this page you can learn:
Why you need to check for accuracy - and how to do it
Fact-checking sites to help you evaluate information you find on the Web
When you are quoting data or information in your work you must be confident that the information is accurate. You need to ask:
Indicators that peer-reviewed journal articles from databases like Academic OneFile, EBSCO, JSTOR, and ScienceDirect will be accurate:
When researching, think like a journalist: check your facts! You can use these websites to help you evaluate whether information you have found on the Internet is valid and reliable.