Check out this resource on evaluating websites. It’s another way to assist students in evaluating resources. It’s based off the author’s other post on teaching students to research and filter information, linked in the post. She provides a free, 12 page ebook of that information, as well.
Another article with examples of alternative products to traditional research reports, papers, and posters. When we talk about increasing student voice, a piece of that is giving them a choice in how they demonstrate their learning. Let your Librarian or EdTech guru help you find a viable alternative product for your assignments.