Here are some great
starting-points for exploring the World-Wide Web. These sites
offer well-thought-out arrangements by topic or subject, with
access to thousands of places on the Web. These sites are
collected and placed in each catalog by people
(as opposed to the electronic "robot" programs which
create the indexes for Search Engines.)
- Argus Clearinghouse for
Subject-Oriented Internet Guides
- A very selective collection
of digital guides created by U. of M. Library Science
students and professional librarians, arranged by topic:
- The Awesome List
- Actually two very discerning
collections of interesting sites.
- EINet Galaxy
- Offers a browsable subject
catalog combined with a keyword-searchable index
- List of Internet Resources
- An interesting collection by
a Canadian researcher.
- Librarians' Index to the Internet
- A very high-quality,
selective catalog of over 40 subject areas.
- A good selection of links.
You can also "personalize" the Favorites
- A tremendous collection of
resources, nicely arranged to fit almost completely on a
- Yahoo--One of the Best!
- An immense subject catalog
divided into 14 top-level categories and hundreds of
subcategories, with short annotations.
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