There is useful (accurate) information to be found on the Internet, if you know where and how to look. Google and Wikipedia aren't always helpful or accurate.
This page will help you:
Don't forget to ask a librarian if you need help—we use the Web all the time!
The Internet is loaded with helpful resources, but remember to evaluate all information with these standards in mind:
Wesleyan Holiness Digital Library
The Wesleyan-Holiness Digital Library is a free, multidisciplinary, open access, digital resource of books, literature, multimedia material, and archives collected into a single institutional repository initiated by the global Church of the Nazarene in response to the global need for access to resources for education, lifelong learning, and specifically ministerial preparation.
The internet is an amazing thing! There are places other than high end databases to find scholarly (peer reviewed, academic, vetted, "the good stuff") journal articles. You just have to know where to look!
Here are some of those places- (evaluate linked pages carefully!)
Is your search engine really the best? Perhaps you can do better!
See the Checklist for Evaluating Search Engines (from UC Berkley)
Try these new search interfaces, clustering engines, and suggestors or natural language searching:
Because Google is the industry leader, it pays to become an expert user. Here are some links to tips sheets that will help you be a Google Power User.
Make Google work harder for you!