You can limit your search results to specific domains, for instance, to .edu, .gov, .org, etc.
Enter your search, followed by site:.domain (site colon dot domain, no spaces) (.edu, .gov, .org, etc.). For a printable handout on searching by domain name, click here.
You can also search within a site. For example:
Always consider the source of information critically. Since there is no one "in charge" of what goes on the Internet, anyone can publish anything. This is especially important when researching for academic purposes, but should also be considered when doing personal research. Below are website that list things to consider as you review your Internet sources.
Google's basic search tips include some that are really important:
Limits can be applied. See next box.