Read each part of the database record to find information on the credibility of your source. Remember, looking at the database record can only give you so much information. Always take the extra step to Google the author, learn about the publication, and skim the source itself before deciding whether to use it. Mouse over the image below to see where each part of the Credibility Quick Guide can be used. Click on the images to view them via thinglink.com.
Opening the full article will give some additional information beyond what the database provides, including the full text of the article to read.
A Google search of the first author listed gives a professional summary, including his educational background and other publications.