Even with all of the information Living Abroad compiles for each of the destinations in our International Relocation Center, we look for ways to offer our users even more. Sometimes, whether they’re confirming a telephone number, checking up-to-date hours of operation, or seeing what a building they’ve never been to looks like, they just need the right resource.
That’s why you’ll find Country Resources in our global destination reports, and Local Resources in our U.S. city reports. Within all of our reports, Resources are the last header on the left.
The links in these categories are carefully selected for accuracy, authority, and accessibility. Here are just some of the questions we ask when evaluating a Resource:
Accuracy: Is the site updated at a frequency that is appropriate for its content, or is the information static and stale?
Authority: Is the site presented by a trusted expert, agency or organization? Is the goal of the website to provide information to those who need it, or just to sell a product?
Accessibility: Is the site easy to read? Is the site available in more than one language? Are there features our users might find disruptive, such as pop-up windows and embedded music?