Libraries & Reference
of Congress Research Tools.
Features a wide variety of online databases and Internet
resources, including a gateway for searching other institutions'
online catalogs and an alphabetical
LibWeb: Library WWW Servers.
Directory of library homepages, including academic, public, national, and state libraries.
Internet Public Library
Contains an Ask the Librarian service.
Find a Library Near You.
To find a library near you, the NCES provides an easy search tool.
Steps to Effective Library Research.
A hyper-text guide to library research, including a
glossary of library terms. See also Research
Citing Sources: Guide to Library Research.
How to cite articles from journals, magazines, books,
and more (including online resources.) Includes a handy
drop down menu.
Census Bureau American Fact Finder.
Search data studies for economic, housing, geographic, and population statistics from this government site.
References over 2,000 academic journals.
Comprises 68411 titles, including journal description,
homepage link, subject category and ISSN. Does not contain
articles or abstracts.
Search or browse 5,4990 full-text academic and professional
Journals Division: Journals by Subject.
Browse journals in education, biological and medical
sciences, humanities, and the social and physical sciences.
Electronic Journals Search.
Search or browse by keword or title.
Search articles in the Arts/Humanities, Astronomy, Biology,
Business, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering,
Environmental Science, Finance, Life Science, Mathematics,
Medicine/Pharmcology, and Physics.
Covers Arts and Humanities, Law, Medicine/Health, Science/Mathematics, and Social Sciences.
Largest archive of free online full-text science articles.
Provides access to statistical data on subjects of your
choice, from A to Z.
Census 2000 data on Educational Attainment and Enrollment;
Employment, Occupation, and Industry; more.
Statistical Resources on the Web.
From the University of Michigan Document Center. Easy subject reference.
Population Reference Bureau.
Comprehensive population statistics and demographic
information from across the United States, including
education, employment, income, and race/ethnicity