How do I know if the information I found is credible? Last Updated: Aug 31, 2023 Views: 3222
Databases within the library are considered to contain credible sources. Articles from journals and publications - even those that are not peer-reviewed - are considered reliable resources unless they are editorials and the author's sole opinion. Encyclopedias also provide reliable information because they state commonly accepted facts.
To learn more about determining if the information you find is credible, check out our guide, Evaluate Sources.
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