State the purpose of your informational report and forecast the content.Evaluate the credibility of the journal. (see Markel 6, pp. 129-130 for guidelines on evaluating sources) Discuss the following: Journal name? Peer reviewed? Exclusively online? Available for subscription? Published monthly, quarterly? Publishers name? Intended audience? What institutions (universities, etc.) is the journal affiliated with that give it credibility?Evaluate the credibility of the article and the authors. You could include some of the following: Who are the authors? Which universities are they from? What are their degrees? Who is the intended audience for the article? What is the main purpose of the article? What year was the article published? What gives credibility to the article and the authors? Explain how the article relates to your research interests. Which aspects of engineering design and/or environmental science make the article relevant to your research agenda?Methodology Analysis Describe the methodologies used in the article: the scientific method, the engineering design process, or a combination of the two. HOW WELL does the article document the stages of the research/design process? Provide specific examples for how the article addresses each of the stages.The Engineering Design Process1) Define the problem How well does the article define the design problem or challenge?1. Do background research How well does the article explain research from secondary sources?1. Specify requirements How well does the article name the requirements or specifications of the design?1. Explore prototypes/alternative solutions How well does the article describe alternatives for meeting the requirements?1. Test the prototypes/alternative solutions How well does the article evaluate the prototypes/alternative solutions?1. Communicate results How well does the article explain the outcomes of the testing/evaluation process?