In this short video, you will learn what a database is (vs. a website or search engine), and how to evaluate which database may be best suited for your own research (from NEIU Ronald Williams Library).
From Purdue's OWL Writing Lab - this site provides information on evaluating bibliographic citations, aspects of evaluation, reading evaluation, print vs. Internet sources, and evaluating Internet sources.
In this short video, you will learn how to evaluate the difference between scholarly journals and other kinds of periodicals, and how to describe the peer-review process (from NEIU Ronald Williams Library)
In this video, you will learn why citing correctly is important for your research, and how to quickly analyze whether your own work falls in line with university guidelines about academic honesty (from NEIU's Ronald Williams Library)
Who owns the information that you are including in your paper or presentation? How can you make sure you are using the resources that others have created in a fair way? This 4:16 minute video outlines copyright and fair use.