Evaluating Sources for Credibility, North Carolina State University Libraries: https://youtu.be/PLTOVoHbH5c
Learn what it means for a source to be credible, why it is important to use these sources, and how you can tell if a source is credible.
Identifying Credible Sources, duPont-Ball Library, Stetson University (2020): https://youtu.be/k-CSevvyqmU
Let the duPont-Ball librarians walk you through what it means for a source to be credible, how to evaluate a source for credibility, and why you should use credible sources. This video focuses on three criteria for identifying credible sources including authority, accuracy, and purpose.
ACT UP Source Evaluation, University of California, Santa Barbara Library
Use the ACT UP method to critically evaluate the sources you find for your research.
Learn more about the ACT UP source evaluation method created by Dawn Stahura from Salem State University at libguides.salemstate.edu/evaluatingsources
Learn how to:
Choose which articles to download and read
Break down the components of an academic paper
Determine if an article meets your needs
Learn how to:
Differentiate between lateral reading and vertical reading
Explain why lateral reading is important
Apply lateral reading strategically and deliberately
Learn how to identify and evaluate a source for credibility and why you should use credible sources.