There are several types of evaluation criteria that can be implemented when reviewing a source for its credibility, authority, reliability. The basic areas to examine include:
What does it mean to be a credible source? While the following video is geared towards students writing papers, it contains information that is transferrable to several aspects when evaluating information to determine if it is a source you will use to build your knowledgebase or share with a client requesting additional information.
For the assignment, you will need to provide an in-text citation and bibliography following Veterinary Research citation style. See the document:
To locate commonly used abbreviations, use PubMed journal catalog: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nlmcatalog/journals
Note, some journals are single words, or may not have abbreviations listed. For short titles, keep as written (e.g. PLoSOne). For longer titles, abbreviate common words as found in other abbreviations such as the example with this made up title:
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