General Reference Tools

Librarians’ Index to the Internet - a page of starting point categories; includes a search engine.

Encyclopedia Britannica -  on-line encyclopedia - full text articles now require fee; web results are still free.

High School Hub -- Academic resources for high school students.

BARTLEBY LIBRARY - including Bartlett's Quotations, Bartleby Verse, Poet's Etiquette, and Great Books On-line.

Library of Congress - American memories, THOMAS legislative information, exhibitions, library services, research tools.

The Voice of the Shuttle - Web page for humanities research.  Maintained by Alan Liu, Professor in the English Dept. at the Univ. of California, Santa Barbara.

Internet Scout Project - Librarians and educators do the filtering for you, reading hundreds of announcements each week looking for the online resources most valuable to the education community.

States and Capitals - 50 States & Capitals was created on July 20, 1996 by: Ray Weber of  Santa Clarita, California. The current edition was revised June 2, 1998.  You can access over 2300 web sites from the pages of

Archaeological Research Resources

The Library Spot - Special Libraries, Reference Help, Homework Help.

Library Resource List 

Internet Public Library - Wide variety of reference links organized to create a virtual library.

Internet Library for Librarians - An Information Resource Site for Librarians and patrons alike.

Cyberstacks Net Projects - for a more complex approach to internet organization including surveys of data mining and knowledge discovery, concept maps, structured browsing, the use of agent technology, and visualization to name just a few.

Pinakes - a subject launchpad.

Open Directory Project - The Open Directory Project's goal is to produce the most comprehensive directory of the web, by relying on a vast army of volunteer editors.