The line between what is considered scholarly and non-scholarly continues to blur as it becomes easier to create and share information. Sometimes you need to use a combination of different information types. This means you need to be able to carefully evaluate each source you use.
Some questions you may consider in your evaluation of identified sources include:
You may also consider whether you need to consult primary or secondary sources information sources. Specific types of primary and secondary sources vary for different topics, but in general: