Use this guide to learn:
How is the term "web" used here?
What does "scholarly" mean?
It is safer to use materials on the web as a bridge to high-quality research material in the library's scholarly tools (research & journal databases, library catalogue, journals and books).
Powerful uses of the bridge technique include:
If you really would like to use and cite some websites directly in your research, make sure they are reliable and authoritative first. For detailed information, check Evaluating Information Sources: Websites.
Created by Jim Parrot, Librarian, Information Services and Resources, Davis Centre Library.
Revised and reformatted by Helena Calogeridis, Librarian, Information Services and Resources, Dana Porter Library.