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The CRAAP Test* is a useful guide to evaluating information found online or elsewhere. CRAAP is an acronym for the general categories of.


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CRAAP is an acronym for Currency, Relevance, Authority, Accuracy, and Purpose. Use the CRAAP Test to evaluate your sources. Currency.


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Submit your resources to the respected CRAAP test to determine whether you want to use them or not for your assignment.


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P Test [PDF].{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Other options in Google Advanced Search include phrase searching as well as searching for certain file types such as. Is content of the resource primarily opinion? Is it biased? Is is balanced? {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Find Books and More. How recently has the resource been updated? See also For example: Adding. What is the purpose of the information? Are there advertisements on the website? Is the information supported by evidence? Are they reputable? Has the information been reviewed or refereed? To search only a specific website, enter the url for that website in the "Search within a site or domain" box in Google's Advanced Search. Who is the publisher or sponsor? As you review your information sources, consider these questions: Currency - How recent is the information? It is especially important to carefully evaluate information found on the Web. Are they trying to entertain, inform, persuade, market a product, or teach? The C. Does the creator provide references or sources for data or quotations? What is the publisher's interest if any in this information? Can you verify the information in another source? Ask a librarian at Printable version of the C. Reliability - What kind of information is included in the resource? Is it current enough for your topic? Authority - Who is the creator or author? What are the publisher's credentials? Accuracy - Where does the information come from?