Researchers, scholars, and librarians have always had to evaluate the quality of information sources, including books, journals, speeches, and all other “information.”
We have to apply the same evaluations skills to online information sources – and so do you.
Here is a listing of evaluation tools and articles that may be useful if not interesting: “Information Quality Resources on the Internet,” by Marcus P. Zillman, Published on December 2, 2011:
“Information Quality Resources on the Internet is a comprehensive listing of information quality resources and sites on the Internet….” [Link to full article.]
LLRX has lots of other practical information for the legal researcher.