Librarians' Internet Subject Guides

(And some other library-associated resources.) Well-selected and organized guides to information on the Internet. These can be more useful than commercial WWW indexes like Yahoo, because they are selective and done by information professionals.

bullet IPL: The Internet Public Library I know I have this linked elsewhere, but it bears repeating....
bullet The Argus Clearinghouse A list of lists in many areas, put together by people interested in those areas.
bullet Michigan Electronic Library A good one--Yahoo-like in its comprehensiveness, but not commercial in its focus.
bullet Berkeley Public Library
bullet The LSU Webliography
bullet The UCR Infomine
bullet The Mansfield Cybrarian
bullet University of Houston Libraries
bullet Lehigh University

National/International Libraries: bulletLibrary of Congress
bullet Queensland, Australia Dept. of Ed. Virtual Library: Includes an Internet tutorial.
bullet Portico: The British Library's Web site, with information about the BL and examples from its collections.
bullet The National Library of Canada
bullet University Library of Bergen, Norway: Mostly in Norwegian but nicely organized.
American Library Association Good lists of links and information about award-winning books. Public Libraries Across the U.S.
Literally. Make sure your telnet utility is linked in to your Web browser. Find that hard-to-find book and then get your local library to order it....

Parts of this list are from the Internet Librarian column by Karen Schneider in American Libraries.