Guide to Online Research A visual mapping of Complex Networks found on the Educational CyberPlayGround
- FIND PEOPLE
- REVERSE DIRECTORIES, EMAIL FINDERS, DOMAIN NAME LOCATORS, AREA CODE FINDERS, ZIP CODE FINDER, VERIFYING ADDRESS FINDER
- READY REFERENCE TOOLS Quick reference materials that librarians always used.
-- almanacs, encyclopedias, dictionaries, a thesaurus and quotations sources.
- meta GLOSSARY RESOURCE GUIDE
- FREE Government Databases Research sites
- ENGINES FOR TEACHERS AND CHILDREN
- DATABASE MINING DIGGING FOR DIAMONDS
- Find free Search Engine Databases, Tools, Share Ware, and Data Mining sources.
- SEARCH FREE INFO - CYBRARIANS / LIBRARIANS
- Government Search Engines
- When To Use Invisible Web Resources
- Dissertations/Theses Sites
- Databases are provided by your public library. Many state and / or local governments provide commercial databases to public or school or both public and school libraries within their jurisdiction that are free to members of those libraries to use in some cases in the library and in others at remote or home computers with proper logon and password often involving the borrower card number of the library user.