These questions will help you to evaluate the information on the Internet sites you find when doing research. Remember to evaluate the sites according to these 6 topics to make sure that the research you find is what you want and need.
Did I use keywords and questions relevant to my search?
Is the information relevant to my topic?
Is the information suitable for my age and core values?
Will the information help me answer my research question?
How much information do I need?
Is the depth of the coverage of the topic adequate for my needs?
When was the information published or last updated?
Is the information old and outdated?
Who is the author of the information?
What are his or her qualifications?
Why was this information written?
Was the site written to inform me, persuade me, or sell me something?
RADCAB developed by Highsmith, Inc., 2007