Working in pairs, explore both site listed below. Each is from a major pediatrics organization, and each will be an article about the release of their guidelines for children's media use. Please open both websites.
With both websites open, I want you to take a look at them. You can look at the pages provided, but I am not asking you which article is better, but which source you trust more overall.
You can go about figuring out which source you trust more however you like. You can check citations, you can explore the rest of the websites, you can try and look up authors -- however you go about figuring out what information you should trust online.
If running late on time, Evaluate a news article from The Hill
The Internet has made finding information easy, but the influx of information at your fingertips makes your job of evaluating resources that much more important. You need to make sure that you are only using the most reliable information for your research. The CARS (Credibility, Accuracy, Reasonableness, and Support) method of evaluating is a good tool to help you decide if the article you just found is worthy of your paper.