Evaluating sources of information is an important step in any research activity. This section provides information on evaluating bibliographic citations, aspects of evaluation, reading evaluation, print vs. Internet sources, and evaluating internet sources.
With Google Advanced Search you can easily use tools such as domain limiters (edu, gov, org). You can also type in an advanced search directly into the Google search box, for example "home health care" site:gov.
Google Search Statement
Default Boolean AND search (it looks at the word distracted AND the word driving).
It looks at the words as a phrase
The phrase must be in the title.
intitle:"distracted driving" inurl:npr
"distracted driving" would be in the title and the site must be National Public Radio (www.npr.org)
intitle:"distracted driving" site:.edu
Site must be from an educational institution.
intitle:"distracted driving" teenagers site:.edu
The word teengers is added to the previous search.
"distracted driving" site:.edu filetype:pdf
Site must be a pdf from an educational institution. You might also try something like filetype:ppt