There is a huge amount of information on the Internet but the quality is variable. Some reliable sources are suggested below.
See also the tips and suggestions to help you evaluate what's good and what's not!
Before believing the information given on a web site, or quoting it in your essay or project, think about the following:
Accuracy and reliability
Audience / relevance
You should avoid citing webpages unless you are clear of their quality and suitability for inclusion in academic work.
Office of Dietary Supplements (2018) Dietary supplement fact sheet: folate. URL: http://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/Folate-HealthProfessional/ [6 January 2018]
See the Citing references tab in this guide for more detailed guidance on citing websites.
Use Google Scholar to find journal articles and other materials on the web. See our Google Scholar page for info on setting up preferences to see which articles are covered by Library subscriptions and to export details to EndNote.
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