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Tutorial: Doing Research on the Internet - Pt. 12

Did you find what you needed?

Evaluating your results

The World Wide Web is a great tool for exploring all kinds of information, but even the most diligent web surfers can sometimes forget that much of what is on the web is not only irrelevant or misleading, but often false. To be a savvy researcher you must think critically about what you find.

Learn more about Evaluating Information on the Web.

 

Do you need more?

While the resources available on the Internet are vast, many of them are hidden in the "deep web" -- databases, online journals, and other literature collections that are not available to the general public, and not indexed by general search tools. 

For more in-depth searching, investigate the resources listed on the Libraries' Subject Guides, or our list of Databases.

 

We can help!

The Librarians at Drexel University Libraries are always ready and eager to help you find the information resources you need. 

Send us a question, call us, or talk to a Reference/Information Services Librarian today!

 

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