Using scholarly sources brings many benefits to your research paper. We have an easy-pass to access those scholarly sources-the article databases in the library. Google scholarly is also one of the main scholarly sources which we can access easily. However, there are some drawback to using those relevant and smart sources. Although most scholarly sources contain right information and expert information, there is also a possibility that the scholarly source also contain their authors’ bias. Technology or science articles may represent facts; however, some articles which argue some common topics such as political or economic issues definitely contain authors’ thoughts and ideas. Since the scholarly sources sound like truth, it is easy to be convinced by those expert sources. Also, we have to avoid plagiarism when we use the scholarly sources. We have practice critical thinking when we read the scholarly sources. Scholarly sources won’t give you the truth every time.