Ok, so now you know more about how to bring back more relevant results - but how do you know whether the information is good quality?
Anyone can publish on the web and most of it isn't checked for accuracy. Wikipedia, for example, is a popular source of information but
anyone can change the information held there and it hasn't been checked by experts (in other words it has not gone through a process
known as 'peer review').
Before you consider using information you've found on the web for your assignments, you need to consider important issues like accuracy, coverage, currency, objectivity and authority. Let's make sure you understand what these involve.
Complete the following exercise by using the drop down menus to select the correct options (each option is only used once):