It is important to be able to evaluate the quality of information provided on a website, particularly if you are going to incorporate that information into your work. Since any person or organization can create a website, the user must take on the responsibility for determining the accuracy and relevance of the material on that site. This page serves as a guide to help you evaluate websites.
Use the ABC test to help you determine the credibility of a website.
Look at the web address for clues about the quality of the information. The last part of a website address is the domain suffix and can give you an idea about the quality of the site. Some common examples are .com, .org, .edu, and .gov.
Restricted top level domains (only qualified entities can use these domains):
Unrestricted top level domains (anyone, good or bad, can use these domains):