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The Internet: A Research Tool 

 SUBJECT DIRECTORIES . . . web databases that identify some of the "best" Internet sites for research and organize them by academic discipline or topic

INFOMINE: Scholarly Internet Resource Collections  - Developed by the Library at the University of California, INFOMINE provides detailed annotations of thousands of Internet sites.

   SEARCH ENGINES . . . two of the best   

Google  -

All the Web  -

To keep up with the ever-changing world of search engines, check out the following site:

Pandia Search Central  -

EVALUATION OF INTERNET RESOURCES . . . be especially discerning

"Evaluating Information - Applying the CRAAP Test"

"Evaluating Information Found on the Internet"

CITING SOURCES . . . now that you've found them

MLA Style  - Guidelines of the Modern Language Association

Click here for MLA Style guidelines

APA Style  - Guidelines of the American Psychological Association

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CSE Style  - Guidelines of the Council of Science Editors


Click here for CSE Style guidelines