The CRAAP test, which stands for
is a list of criteria/questions that you should keep in mind as you evaluate a book, article or website.
Use this handout (from California State University - Chico) to help you determine whether a source provides good information... or not.
The most commonly used citation styles include MLA, APA, Chicago or Turabian. Use these links to understand the differences between the styles and how to use them properly:
These are the most commonly used citation and PDF managers and are useful if you are working on multiple projects at once that use the same citations, if you have many citations you want to retain and use, and/or if you are working on a theses, dissertation, or a work for publication. The main headers link to more a detailed guide on each system.