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Why is it important to evaluate websites? Watch Common Craft's explanation of why you need to think like an editor when consuming information online.
There's more than one way to evaluate information sources. How do they compare? This slide show explains how you can use either the CRAAP or ACCESS methods to help you evaluate information.
Download and print Brown Library's ACCESS Test
Does your source pass the CRAAP test?
Download and print Brown Library's CRAAP Test