CRAAP is a set of easy-to-use (and remember!) criteria for evaluating your sources, and it's especially handy to use for websites. Take a look at the worksheet and videos below to learn how to apply these criteria.
Your topic: Food deserts
Evaluating websites will reveal the strengths and weaknesses of sources you find. This exercise was modelled after the tutorial Evaluating for CRAAP by the California State University-Chico Library.
1. Evaluating for currency:
Which source is more current?
Which database would be most likely to retrieve articles relevant to your topic?
Which source is likely to have more authority?
Which source probably has more accurate information?
How will the purpose of an article impact the kind of information it includes and the way the information is presented? Compare the two publications.