You should always review your search results and assess them in terms of:
1. Relevance to your research topic. Refine your results to enhance relevance or try different search terms, search tips, databases
2. Academic quality. Not all information is equal!
Critical evaluation is especially important with non academic sources (e.g. news sources).
Look through your results:
Once you’ve found a piece of information, you will be expected to judge its reliability and suitability to be used in an academic assignment. This page outlines the key things to think about when evaluating information.