In order to judge which of the resources that you found during your research will be most suitable to your information needs, you must ask yourself several questions:
1> How much information do I need? That is, have I found too much or too little information to be able to complete my assignment, finish my term paper, or create my presentation?
2> If I do not have enough information -- where might I go to find more? What resources might I research that I have not yet used?
3> Is the information I've found at the level that I need? That is, do I need scholarly publications and have I found information that is of this sort? Is the information that I've found too technical or at too high a level of subject expertise for my information needs -- or is it not technical or professional enough?
4> Do some of the resources that I've found during my research provide me with the same information -- that is, with duplicate information? And if so, which would be the best resources for me to use in order to complete my work?
5> Have I found resources that comply with the sort of resources my instructor wants me to use, or that will be acceptable to whoever is requesting information from me?