Authority: Does the author have subject expertise or special experience pertinent to the subject?
Accuracy: Is the information accurate?
Objectivity: Is the information free of explicit or implicit biases or prejudices?
Quality of writing: is the narrative clear and easy to follow?
Audience: Who is the intended audience?
Institutional affiliation: (for websites) Created or maintained by scholarly societies, research institutes, or governmental organizations?
Currency: (for websites) Updated or revised in a timely manner?
Organization: (for websites) Easy to navigate?
Siberian Collaborative Research Network: An international Siberian studies platform for scholarly collaboration, communication, and reach out.
Meeting of Frontiers: A US-Russian joint digital project related to their two frontiers, the West and Siberia.
The Foundation for Siberian Cultures: A website created by a group of German, Russian, and anglophone anthropologists studying various regions and peoples of Siberia.
Siberia and the Soviet Far East (1991): An annotated bibliography pertaining to Siberia.