Internet resource directories and I Guide - Resources and Review

Vast distributed subject catalogue of resources on the World Wide Web.
Metasearch engine indexing Web resources which cover a wide range of subject areas including entertainment, shopping, computing, travel, library material, and personal information relating to home and garden, real estate, and finance.
Comprehensive catalogue of worldwide Internet resources, browsable and searchable.
Academic publishers highlighting their products and services. Includes resource centres for religion and theology, sociology, linguistics, philosophy, politics and geography. Each resource centre contains descriptive lists and evaluated guides to the Internet with links to key indexes, web sites and electronic discussion groups, by subject.
UK based Internet directory which lists links alphabetically under categories including money, community, news, health, computing, travel and women.
Searchable catalogue of Internet resources covering all subject areas. Users are able to submit URLs for inclusion and update those which are no longer accessible.
Subject based directory of Internet resources of particular interest to students, teachers, and researchers. Entries are accompanied by a brief abstract. Topics range from African American history, law, religion, Renaissance studies and the sciences. There is a more extensive selection of US history resources.
Listing of annotated links rarely identified by common search engines. Organised into categories and sub categories, entries are accessible via a drop down menu. Topics covered include art and architecture, education, health and medical information, real time information, reference, science, and transportation. This resource accompanies a print publication of the same name.
Directory of search engines encompassing those in operation throughout Europe, America, and Asia.
An index of Internet resources organised by subject, selected according to quality and relevance for the academic community: students and academic researchers. The resources are classified according to the Nederlandse Basisclassificatie (Dutch Basic classification). Resources can be located by browsing the basic classification subject tree or using the simple or advanced searches.
Annotated index of Internet resources, considered useful for librarians. An email notification service is provided for new additions to the service, and an alphabetical subject list facilitates browsing of the collection.
Publicises recently released Web resources. Entries are browsable by category and an email newsletter is offered free of charge.
A virtual library providing organized access to university level research and educational tools on the Internet. Most major areas are covered.
Forming part of the EMC hub of the Resource Discovery Network, Mathgate will provide a browsable and searchable information gateway for mathematics, featuring resources selected by subject specialists. Provides articles and reports on the ongoing development of the service.
Guide to sources of factual or background information for journalists and researchers, with an emphasis on Australian material. Sites listed by category, including reference, aborigines, defence, human rights, statistics and weather.
An extensive index of directories, plus direct links to major web sites across 40 categories, including business, investment, and all aspects of media.
Searchable annotated index of Internet resources that relate to moving images and sound, and their use in higher and further education. Users can also browse entries which are classified by academic discipline.
Directory of electronic conferences (discussion lists, Internet interest groups, journals, Usenet groups etc) on topics of interest to scholars.
Index to Internet resources aimed at public libraries and schools. Links are arranged into subject areas including Business, Economics and Labour, Libraries and Information, Science, Education, Health Information, and The Internet and Computers.
Collection of links to numerous news services, archives, libraries, research databases, catalogues, and statistical data sources, classified into various subjects.
NISS provides the UK education and research community with access to a wide range of information about education, as well as access to networked information resources. There are five main information categories: Education (HE, FE, schools, funding bodies, UK Government), Reference (OPACs, bookshops, museums, ATHENS subscription services, external data services), News (newspapers, current affairs, business sources), Studentzone (information of interest to HE students both on and off campus) and Noticeboard (jobs, research posts, conferences).
Provides a central access point for value
added topical guides which identify, describe and evaluate Internet resources. Material is grouped according to subject area.
Links to over 50 Web subject directories, from PC Computing magazine.
Searchable annotated subject directory of more than 4000 Internet resources selected and evaluated by librarians. Subject headings include distance learning, food, safety, religion and environment.
Cooperative network of subject gateways facilitating browse and search access to descriptions of Internet resources selected by subject specialists in the UK academic community. Incorporates the BIOME, EMC, SOSIG, HUMBUL and PSIgate hubs.
Meta search engine which returns links to Web resources, newsgroups, MP3 files, music, encyclopaedias, books, and jokes, as indexed by AltaVista, AOL, Dmoz, Excite, Fast, Google, NorthernLight, and Snap.
Collection of links to providers of goods and services in the UK. Categories available include music, sports, fashion, television, books, radio, news, business, education, motoring, and games.
Cross searching facility which locates Web material, news, MP3 files, and pictures in a range of languages including English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish, as specified.
Cymru ar y We as it is known is Welsh, is a searchable gateway to Internet resources providing information about Wales. Covers all subject areas, presenting material hierarchically by topic via an alphabetical subject listing, and using the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) System. Users are invited to submit ideas for inclusion.
Internet search directory providing access to UK oriented Web resources organised by subject. An alphabetical listing of subject headings is given, together with a keyword or phrase search facility.
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