The web is full of information but not all the information and contents that finding online are reliable.
The first important step when looking for online information is the evaluation of the source. You can use search engines (e.g. Google, Bing, Baidu, Yahoo!, Ask.com and DuckDuckGo) to find information but it is better to consult different pages to check the reliability of the information itself.
Here are some tips to evaluate the reliability of a source:
You can use bookmarks to save and retrieve information on a web browser. In Chrome the bookmarks are identified with the symbol
To add a bookmark in Chrome:
There are two ways to find your bookmarks in Chrome:
You may need to use cloud applications, to store information and content in a remote location and have access to data storage from different devices. It is possible to organise information and content using folders on the cloud. They can function offline, but can be updated only online using an internet connection.
Basic cloud storage options are OneDrive, DropBox, or Google Drive.