When you use databases and other resources from the library website, you can be sure you're using a reliable source. But sometimes you have to use information you find on websites that haven't been recommended by librarians.
One way to decide whether a website is a credible source of information is to use the C.R.A.A.P. test, which checks:
Watch this two-minute video from Western University libraries to learn how to apply the CRAAP test to a website: