Find out who’s behind a page and what other sources say about a topic with this information literacy tool from Google Search.
Next time you visit a page and wonder if it’s reliable, this information literacy tool from Google Search can help you decide for yourself. Find out who’s behind a page and what other sources say about the topic, all in one place.
About this page makes it easy to follow expert-recommended best practices for evaluating information, based on research from the University of Washington and Stanford’s Civic Online Reasoning Curriculum.
It can help anyone who wants to feel more confident in their ability to evaluate information and is especially helpful for students and teachers to practice thinking critically about the content they come across online.
To use, click the About This Page icon on any web page or right-click and select “About this page” from the menu.