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This page is maintained by your professional library staff to bring you reliable, trustworthy resources. You can't believe everything you read online so please take a moment to watch this video (created by a school librarian) about the CRAAP test, a method anyone can use to evaluate internet resources. CRAAP stands for: Currency - The timeliness of information, Relevance - Does the information relate to your needs?, Authority - The source of the information, Accuracy - The reliability, truthfulness and correctness of the content, Purpose - The reason the information exists. (For example, is it a .com site trying with a lot of ads trying to sell you something or a .gov site trying to share public information?)
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