We are flooded with scientific, technical and policy information. Scientists, engineers and students must be able to find information at all levels from a multitude of information resources available to them.
Full-text of more than 350 newspapers from the U.S. and around the world, many same day of publication, plus the most extensive archives available anywhere of The New York Times (dating back to 1980) and The Washington Post (dating back to 1977)
More than 300 magazines and journals and over 600 newsletters, including: American Journalism Review, Business Week, The Economist, Library Journal, New Republic, Newsweek, and Variety
Hard-to-find broadcast transcripts from the major television and radio networks, including ABC, CBS, CNN, FOX, NBC and NPR
Are the sources for any factual information clearly listed so they can be verified in another source?
If data are included, is the source of the data indicated?
Is the information free of grammatical, spelling, and typographical errors? (These kinds of errors not only indicate a lack of quality control, but also can actually produce inaccuracies in information.)
Is it clear who has ultimate responsibility for the accuracy of the content of the material?