Find the question you want to discover - This would not be finding a specific fact about something, such as what year was this person born, Needs to be more layered - I want to compare this car with this other car.
Search the question keywords in a search engine - Google, Bing, Ask.com, Duck, duck, Go... or the library search
Find an article or webpage that leads you toward answering your Discovery question.
Open up new tab on your webpage -
Is this a trustworthy source or and accurate piece of information? How do I know?
Do I know the name of the organization or author behind this website or piece of information?
Have I conducted a search for more information about the organization or author publishing this website or piece of information?
Have I verified the background of the organization or author with outside sources?
If yes, what did these sources tell me? Do I know who funds the organization behind this site or information, who provides its funding, or what their mission is?
What sources did I use for verification? (Did I record the names of additional sites visited and the information I got from them?)
If I have found information on a particular person or organization on Wikipedia or a snippet in a Google search, have I opened other respected sources to verify the information?
Visit these three websites and assess their credibility.