Complete an internet search about your research topic. You can complete this task from the comfort of your home computer with no passwords. After you have found a reliable, resourceful website about your research topic, complete the attached form titled “Internet Source”. When searching for reliable websites, look for:
Who publishes the site? NASA or Society for Friends of UFOs? You would want to go with NASA.
Use .org (with the exception of Wikipedia), .gov, or .edu [Do not use .com sites.] Accuracy:
Grammar–a reliable website will have the means to hire a good editor
Double check the site through the external links. Are the external links reliable?
The site should be unbiased.
Check for logical fallacies
Has the site been updated?
All sources should be written after 2005; however, realize that the currency matters depending on the subject. For instance, the Korean War is still over, but the cure for cancer has not been found.