Truncation: is a strategy that involves using special symbols to improve the quality and quantity of your search results and is used at the end of the word, to find variations of the word. The symbol most often used is the asterisk (*) but some search engines uses question mark (?) or a dollar.
Data evaluation: TRAAP.
In order to select the most suitable sources there’s one method evaluating source which is: TRAAP.
Timeliness: First check the source if it is up to date and current. Older information will still be useful with some topics for instance; history. But other as technology requires recent information.
Relevance: Determine if the information matches the topic by seeing if any research question is answered by the source. ( check the abstract )