There are lots of places to look for information. The kinds of information listed above are vetted - that is they are checked for quality before they are included in library databases or published by the government.
You can also find lots of information by searching on the internet, looking for websites, information pages, blog posts, tweets, or other social media. In addition to determining if something on the internet is relevant to your information need, when searching the internet, you must do extra quality check work to make sure sources are credible. Doing things like researching sources of information (companies, organizations, publishers, journals, and authors) can help you determine credibility.
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As a USU Statewide or Online student, you can access all of the library's databases, articles, and e-books from home or anywhere with Internet. To access library resources from the USU Libraries website, a research guide (like this!), or your Canvas course, you will be prompted to enter your A number and password. For more information on how to order physical books, get research help, and other time-saving tips, visit the Library Services for Statewide and Online Users website.