Asking these questions will help you to determine whether the resources you find are credible and reliable.
If there are pop-ups, ads, or hints of bias (such as religious or political affiliation), stay away.
Who created the page? Does the person or organization have the appropriate credentials?
Why was this site created? What is the purpose of the site? For example, is it sponsored by a company that has a financial interest in the topic?
When was the page created and/or last updated? How current is the information?
Does the author cite trustworthy sources? How does the author support their argument?
How does this site compare to resources your professor recommends or assigns?
If the resources here don't suit your needs, you can explore the internet using these methods to ensure reliable websites come up for you. You'll still need to evaluate the sites using the rubric on this page.