Don't believe everything you read online!
Questions to ask when evaluating what you see on the web:
Who are the authors or who is responsible for the information?
Is the author or organization qualified to provide the information?
Do you have good reason to believe that the information on the site is accurate?
Are the facts documented?
What is the purpose of the site?
What is the author’s point of view?
Is the information unbiased or does the website admit to its bias?
When was the information on the page originally written?
Has the site been revised or updated?
How much and how well is the information covered?
McMillin, Paul. "Olin & Uris Libraries." Five Criteria for Evaluating Web Pages. Cornell University Library, 10 May 2010. Web. 5 Sept. 2012.
Henderson, J. "Guide." A Guide to Critical Thinking About What You See on the Web. Ithaca College Library, n.d. Web. 29 Aug. 2012.