Looking for a guide to reading and understanding a scientific research study paper, with tips for evaluating such articles? Try this blog post on "How to Read and Understand a Scientific Paper: A Guide for Non-Scientists," by Jennifer Raff. Though it is targeted to 'non-scientists,' even scientists may find this series of steps useful. It may also come in handy if you're working with people outside of higher education who want to better understand university research publications for their use in education, policy, or industry.
Watch this short video produced by Western University in Canada on how to apply the CRAAP test to evaluate your sources that you may have found!