Answered By: Sophie Farrar
Last Updated: Sep 05, 2018     Views: 60

A simple and effective way to tell if the information you find on the web is good information, is by using the CRAAP test.  CRAAP is an acronym which stands for:

Currency

Relevance

Authority

Accuracy

Purpose

Evaluate website content to determine if it is suitable for use in an assignment by considering the list of questions that make up the CRAAP test.  Follow the link below to view the CRAAP test questions.

CheckLIST: Library Information Skills Toolkit Module 4 covers the basics of evaluating resources for authority, accuracy, and other criteria. The module includes videos, tutorials, and quizzes. Please click on the link below to access the module.