This video tells the story of a second grade teacher who utilizes the inquiring learning strategy of webquests. It is amazing seeing both what second graders are capable of when given ownership for their own learning as well as a great introduction to the different pieces that make up a webquest. I often show my students this video before they start a webquest, in addition to using it to show teachers how to create these lessons.
This checklist provides a great starting point for evaluating your own webquest. I suggest using it as a guide and then adapting it to your purposes rather than limiting your review of your own webquest to just these elements.
This website is an easy to use tool specifically designed for creating webquests. While you could easily use any website creation tool, such as Google Sites, Zunal makes webquests easy because it was designed specifically for this purpose.
This website outlines the essential components of a webquest. This page is important so that you can distinguish a webquest following this specific instructional strategy from a simple web search project.