Learn to discern the good, the bad and the ugly for online research! This free tutorial offers practical advice on evaluating the quality of web sites.
Evaluating Internet Resources
Selected guides and links
Search Engine Watch
Tips and information about searching the web. Analysis of the search engine industry
This search finds Knowledge Center web pages that contain your search words.
To find books or other library materials, search the library catalog.
To find articles or web sites on a subject, select a subject category.
To find scholarly articles, books, and citations, try Google Scholar!
Scirus: For Scientific Information Only
Indexes over 14 million MEDLINE citations, the full content of Elsevier's Science Direct ejournal database (5.5. million articles), more than 1 million patents registered with the USPTO, ArXiv preprints, BioMed Central articles, NASA technical reports and more. An Advanced Search function allows you to search by author affiliation, content source, and subject areas
Search engine for business information found in websites of universities, organizations, research institutes and government agencies. Retrieves academic articles, working papers, white papers, consulting reports, magazine articles, and published statistics and facts. Some links to full-text. Pennsylvania State University.
A metasearch tool that returns results from many popular search engines. Interface available in 18 languages. Search the Web for words or pictures, lowest prices, or find a number in the International Phone Directory.
Displays results visually, using interactive maps.