One strategy that you can use is "lateral reading."
To read more about "lateral reading" and other fact checking strategies and resources, visit Librarian Tim Arnold's "Evaluating Online Information" subject guide: https://guides.lib.uiowa.edu/evaluatingonlineinformation
Below is a source that we aren't sure about. Let's do lateral reading on it and learn about it so we can figure out how much we can trust it!
The tabs in this box represent some of the ways you can evaluate the information you come across as you do research online. You have to decide which information to read and trust, and these pointers can help. It's called the CRAAP test to help make it easy to remember:
C - Currency
R - Relevance/Coverage
A - Authority
A - Accuracy
P - Purpose