Sometimes, you can judge how reliable website information is by noting the URL ending.
.GOV - refers to a government website. Highly reliable.
.EDU - often refers to a reliable educational website.
.ORG - implies a non-profit ORGanization. Approach with skepticism.
.COM - stands for "Commerce" and is used for business. Information on such a website will contain a large amount of bias. Approach with skepticism.
A grad student's project, though affiliated with U. Alabama: https://cyberbullying.ua.edu/
Let's talk about CRAP and critically evaluating information sources you find on the internet and within our own academic library. Please review the provided handout.
Currency - When was the source published?
Relevance - How useful is it for your needs?
Authority - Who created the info?
Purpose - Why does the info exist? Is there bias?