There are many checklists available to help guide you through this critical process of evaluating your sources; you may have heard of the CRA(A)P test, RADAR, or something similar. All of these lists are really just devices to help novice researchers remember the criteria by which they should evaluate the information they find.
The following list is meant to be a starting point for you to develop your own internalized set of questions.
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