I thought I would start this issue with "Becoming WebWise", an online
course that will help you to get a grip on the Internet. Becoming
WebWise will help you find out about getting connected, e-mailing,
searching, bookmarking, making your own address book and the very
basics of building your own web page. You will also learn about
technological developments like Digital TV and WAP phones,
your legal rights online, the history of the net, and the other ways
in which you might get online. A great resource!
Research Strategies - Finding Your Way through the Information Fog is
an online book that will help you train yourself for research.
Remember "Everyone does research. Some just do it better than
others." Research Strategies will give you the information to
Drug InfoNet is your FREE one-stop WWW site for all your healthcare
informational needs. Drug InfoNet has information and links to areas
on the web concerning healthcare and pharmaceutical-related topics.
A great resource!
Gary Price's NewsCenter has the most news, all of the time!
NewsCenter has Wire Services, One-Stop Shops, AP State Wires, Front
Sections,Business News, International News, Political/Legal News,
Government Press Releases, Technology/Net/Science,Entertainment,
NewsSearch and Additional News Resources to keep you informed.
Community Information by Zip Code is a guide to statistics and other
data available by a zip code. This place has LOTS of interesting
stuff about zip codes!
The eMedicine World Medical Library features up-to-date, searchable,
peer- reviewed medical journals in emergency medicine, internal
medicine, surgery, pediatrics, ophthalmology, dermatology, neurology,
sports medicine and veterinary medicine. The site includes self-
assessment medical tests with CME credit, and free PUBMED searches.
The Internet Picture Dictionary is a completely free, online
multilingual picture dictionary. The dictionary was designed for ESL
students, but the Picture Dictionary has lots of pictures everyone
The Ultimate Collection of News Links is another great News Resource.
Choose a continent and you are on your way to find your News Link
Stanford's Highwire has the world's largest and fastest growing
archive of free full-text life science research, with 405,215 free
articles from 126 journals. Lots of life science reference and
research information is freely available at Highwire!
StatLinks has LOTS of links to statistical resources on the internet.
If you are interested in statistics, StatLinks is for you!
Singingfish provides a provides multimedia search capability to end-
users with the world's largest, most accurate and relevant multimedia
search engine. Next time you are looking for multimedia stuff - give
Singingfish a try.
The National Weather Service is the starting point for official
government weather forecasts, warnings, meteorological products for
forecasting the weather, and information about meteorology. This site
has been redesigned for easier access. If you are interested in
keeping up with the weather you should check this place out!
LibraryU offers free, online classes for libraries and their patrons.
That means you can take any of the courses offered when it's
convenient for you! All of the courses are created by knowledgeable
librarians who know what they're doing when it comes to information
and how to find it. When you sign up for a free LibraryU course, you
browse through it on your own timetable and at your own speed.
The Search Engine Guide is a great resource that will help you to
keep up with the ever changing Search Engine world.
Old Catalogs is a handy resource to have around the next time you
find yourself needing old or out of print trade catalogs from the
1800's through the 1970's, Engineering and Medical books, Machinery
manuals or Company literature.
The British Library National Sound Archive (NSA) is one of the
largest sound archives in the world. NSA holds over a million discs,
185,000 tapes, and many other sound and video recordings. The
collections come from all over the world and cover the entire range
of recorded sound from music, drama and literature, to oral history
and wildlife sounds. The NSA is a "Sound Resource."
The University of Maryland Office of Information Technology Virus
Notification Program has put together a helpful and informative
website about protecting your computer from viruses. Some very good
information here - Read the 8 questions to guide you through the
Do you travel? If you do travel, wouldn't you like to know more
about your destination and whether your travels will be safe? The
Rough Travel Guides Travel Resources is a great traveler's resource
with a lots of handy travel information!
The US Bureau of Justice Statistics Crime & Justice Data Online has
lots of interesting Crime & Justice Data Online. Select data from
Crime trends from the FBI's Uniform Crime Reports, Homicide trends
and characteristics or Law Enforcement Management and Administrative
Key International Resources for Business and Economics is a portal to
quality international business and economics web sites, arranged by
broad subject category, including international organizations,
countries and commercial sites, that support research in
international business and economics.
The Divorce Research Center is a resource I wish no one would ever
need. Unfortunately, things happen and this site might provide
helpful information if anyone you know ever needs it. The Research
Center provides links to thousands of divorce related articles, case
law, case analysis, and web pages relating to divorce.
Econometrics is the quantitative analysis of actual economic
phenomena and the art and science of using statistical methods for
the measurement of economic relations. Econometric links has
Internet Resources, Online departments, conferences, preprints,
journals, publishers, software and mailing lists of interest about
Well, I guess that's about enough Interesting Stuff for now... :)
© 2002 Curt Davis.