In doing research, make the library and the library web page your primary source of information. For books, use the library's online catalog and online books. For articles, use the online indexes and and full-text journal articles available via EBSCOhost and FirstSearch. While other web pages on the Internet may contain valuable information, you need to critically evaluate each source.
Web News and Information
Web Indexes and Guides
tile.net - A comprehensive Internet reference including discussion & information lists, Usenet Newsgroups, FTP sites, computer products vendors, and Internet and Web design companies
An Atlas of Cyberspaces - Graphical representations of the electronic territories found on the Internet and Web.
Bare Bones 101 - A basic tutorial on searching the Web
Cyberlaw - An educational service focusing on legal issues concerning computer technology.
NetLingo: The Internet Language Dictionary - Contains definitions of hundreds of words that are emerging as a new vocabulary surrounding the community of the Internet.
Online Innovation Institute - Contains tutorial for those just learning the Internet as well as resources for teachers.
Project Cool - A great guide to Web site design.
Search The Internet with The Internet Sleut
Bare Bones 101 - A basic tutorial on searching the web.
Berkeley Digital Library SunSITE - Neither fish nor fowl, but a combination of digital and print sources, many full text.
The Michigan Electronic Library
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