Evaluate Online Resources
1. Purpose: Consider the purpose of the website. Is it for commercial gain, entertainment, or providing information?
2. Check the URL: Examine the domain name extension (e.g., .gov, .edu, .org, .com) to determine the origin of the page.
3. Author's Authority: Assess the credibility of the information by checking the author's qualifications and expertise. Look for contact information or background details.
4. Date of Creation and Updates: Look for creation and last update dates to gauge the relevance and currency of the information.
Watch the tutorial: Evaluating Online Resources
Watch the video tutorial "The CRAP Test for Evaluating Websites"