Consider the Source - Use recognized authorities. Know who is responsible for the content.
Focus on quality - All Web sites are not created equal. Does the site have an editorial board? Is the information reviewed before it is posted?
Be a cyberskeptic - Quackery abounds on the Web. Does the site makeclaims that seem too good to be true? Does the information use deliberately obscure, "scientific" sounding language?
Look for the evidence - Rely on research, not opinion. Does the site identify the author? Does it rely on testimonials?
Check for currency - Look for the latest information Is the information current?
Beware of bias - what is the purpose? Who is providing the funding? Who pays for the site?
Source: MedlinePlus Guide to Healthy Web Surfing 2013
- New York Times
- Washington Post
- Los Angeles Times
- Christian Science Monitor
- National Public Radio (NPR)
- La Opinion
- Univision noticias
- Fox News Latino
- NBC Latino
- Google News - Google news search engine
- Internet Public Library: Newspapers Collection - Online newspapers from around the world.
- 50States.com - information on newspapers in the United States
- Internet Public Library: U.S. Newspapers - online newspapers from around the world
- NewsMap - online newspapers from around the world
- Newspapers - online newspapers from around the world