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The Internet is a just another research resource. It contains millions of web sites dedicated to thousands of topics. With so many sites, it is easy to get lost.

Use the Internet:

  • to find current news and information

  • to find information from all levels of government

  • to find both expert and popular opinions

When searching the web, please be aware that anybody with access to the Internet can post web sites about topics that interest them. These sites are not always accurate. Therefore, it also is a good idea to learn how to evaluate web sites.

Evaluating Web Pages Link

This video from the NCSU Libraries quickly and concisely discusses how articles get peer reviewed, and the role of peer review in scholarly research and publication.