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Searching in the Right Places
When searching for information for your research, it is important to look where there is good information on your topic.
You want information that is both authoritative and relevant. And our databases are good places to find authoritative relevant information.
Things to take into Consideration
Either click this link to access the guide for (also CRAAP test) Evaluate Sources
OR watch the video below on how to perform the CRAAP test
Reading a Scholarly Article
Please use this link to learn about how to read a Scholarly Article
Comparison of Articles
This is a very helpful guide created by USC to show the difference between scholarly, popular, trade, and newspaper articles:
What is Scholarly vs Popular?