The Internet is a marvelous and almost limitless collection of information of all types. Some of the information has great value, while other sites have little, if any value to anyone but the creator. As a result of the remarkable expansion of the Internet, it is now more important than ever to develop the search skills necessary to find what you need to find, when you want to find it. The sites listed below are recommended as a starting point for those who may wish to improve their search skills.
Librarian's Intenet Index : Practical and highly organized directory to the Internet
Searchedu : Searches universities and colleges, ebooks, military sites and government web sites.
Infomine: Contains useful Internet resources like databases, electronic journals, electronic books, bulletin boards, mailing lists, online library card catalogs, articles, directories of researchers, and many other types of information not found with traditional Internet search engines.
WWW Search Engines: So you think you know some good search engines? Try this page to improve your understanding of the web and its remarkable resources.