It's important to remember that publishing on the web is very easy - almost anyone can do it! The problem with that is knowing what's credible (worth your time) and what's not.
There are five main criteria that I use when evaluating a website:
Some of the things you want to look at or for in a website include:
Ultimately the researcher must be the one to determine whether or not to use information found on a website. Below are a couple of links to websites that provide some excellent guidelines for evaluating resources and websites:
Congratulations are in order for the 2021 recipients! The Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 2021 was awarded to Benjamin List and David W.C. MacMillan "for the development of asymmetric organocatalysis." To learm more about these accomplished professionals, please see the links below.
And, if you are curious . . . here is the list of past winners.
Open Access Journals
Associations / Societies