Criteria for evaluating websites include:
Remember to examine websites carefully before using them for research purposes. If you still aren't sure, ask a librarian or your professor for assistance.
Virtual libraries . . .
♦ Provide directories of carefully selected Web resources.
♦ Include annotations (summaries) of the selected websites.
♦ Are usually maintained by librarians or other information specialists.
♦ Furnish the quality control that is lacking in web search engines.
Users can usually browse by subject or search. For example, see:
While writing research papers, you may need to:
♦ List your sources in bibliographies or works cited, and
♦ Provide either footnotes or endnotes.
For more help with citations, check this guide out.
When looking for web resources related to any of the following topics, either click on these links or scroll down: