The web has made it possible for anybody on the Internet to publish. Web sites rarely go through the exacting review process demanded by editors of print resources. It is therefore even more important to critically evaluate information you find on the web in terms of purpose, authority, scope, accuracy, and presentation.
After answering each of the questions listed below on the purpose, authority, scope, accuracy, and presentation of the web site, ask yourself if it is appropriate to use this web resource as evidence in support of your research?
If the answer is an unequivocal yes, great! If not, but you still feel the page has value, note your reservations.