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Internet Public Library:
The Internet Public Library is the first public library of the Internet
compiled by librarians. They have links pertaining to the following subjects:
(1) Arts & Humanities, (2) Business & Economics, (3) Computers & Internet, (4)
Education, (5) Entertainment & Leisure, (6) Health & Medical Sciences, (7) Law,
Government & Political Science, (8) Sciences & Technology, and (9) Social
Librarian's Index to the
The Librarians' Index to the Internet is a searchable, annotated subject
directory of more than 5,600 Internet resources selected and evaluated by
librarians for their usefulness to users of public libraries. It's meant to be
used by both librarians and non-librarians as a reliable and efficient guide to
described and evaluated Internet resources.
Maintained by the Computer Sciences Department at the University of
Wisconsin-Madison, the Scout Report is a weekly publication offering a selection
of new and newly discovered Internet resources of interest to researchers and
This site has resources on the following subjects: (1) Agriculture, (2) Beer
and Brewing, (3) Gardening, (4) Business and Finance, (5) Transportation, (6)
Computer Science,(7) Communications and Media , (7) Education , (8) Engineering,
(9) Humanities, including Anthropology, Art, Dance, History, Museums,
Philosophy, (10) Information Management , (11) International Affairs, (12) Law,
(13) Recreation and Games, Gardening, Sport, (14) Regional Studies: Asian, Latin
American, West European, (15) Biosciences, Health, Earth Science, Physics,
Chemistry, and (16) Political Science, Religion, Social Sciences.
This clearinghouse is an internet research library on: (1) Arts & Humanities,
(2) Business & Employment, (3) Communication, (4) Computers & Information
Technology, (5) Education, (6) Engineering, (7) Environment, (8) Government &
Law, (9) Health & Medicine, (10) Places & Peoples, (11) Recreation, (12) Science
& Mathematics, and (13) Social Sciences & Social Issues.