C's for Evaluating Internet Resources--an excellent guide for
teachers, students, and librarians alike.
Library--a directory of 15,000 reviewed sites, by subject.
Bookmarks--links to sites that have used classification
schemes to organize the net's resources.
Web Watch -- investigates; informs; and hopes to improve the
credibility of information published on the World Wide Web.
Divide Network -- the basics on the issue, current news and
research, funding information, etc.
Web -- explains what it is and provides links.
Librarian's Choice of the Best of the Web.
Quality on the Net--Hope Tillman's excellent presentation at
the Internet Librarians' Conference.
Finding Blogs -- on lots of topics or just general ones.
Freepint -- "a network of over 76,000 information researchers
globally." Lots of informative articles and tips.
Info on the Web: A Collection Development Tool
Computing -- source
for computer ergonomics information. Includes suggestions for
workstation set-up, a buyer's guide for ergonomic products, and
exercises to relieve computer-generated problems.
The Industry Standard --
the news source for all things Internet.
Archive--Building a Digital Future
Detective -- a web tutorial that is excellent. Free.
Library for Librarians
News -- Gwen Harris, an information consultant
specializing in Web searching and online education, offers a daily
blog about search tools, current awareness resources, portals,
browsers, awards, etc.
Tutorials - an excellent selection of online tutorials on
training students on internet research.
Journal of Digital Information -- full-text peer-reviewed
articles "on the management, presentation and uses of information in
Guide to the Internet
Index to the Internet-- thoroughly annotated list of
well-chosen sites, arranged by topic.
to facilitate informational research and retrieval for librarians,
designed by the SLA's Toronto Chapter.
Library Videos -
the best videos about libraries on the web courtesy of Nancy Dowd.
virtual library resource center.
Terms that Users Understand from a librarian(J. Kupersmith, UC
Berkeley). The purpose of this site is to help library web developers
decide how to label key resources and services in such a way that most
users can understand them well enough to make productive choices.
-- "a recommendation service for library-related web sites"
Machine-Assisted Reference Section--
from ALA. Includes Best Reference Web Sites and more. Scroll down.
of Hoaxes -- explains media and Internet hoaxes through the
-- find ALL sorts of podcasts!
Digital Information: Final report and Recommendations
Insider--search tips and reviews of search engines for
and Transcript Center--compiled by librarian Gary Price of
George Washington Univ. Price's
List of Lists-- which compiles sites for ranking things, and the
List, --which gets you to over 600 search tools and directories
for specific subject areas.
Librarians and Information Science---covers a wide range of issues relating to
librarians and librarianship.
with Dewey-- Nicely chosen and annotated sites from Bergen
County Cooperative Library System.
Credibility Research -- From Stanford. Research and full-text
reports, some in PDF format. Also includes Power point presentations
and a set of other helpful links.
Awards: Best of the Web -- selected by the members of the
International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. Searchable and by