Find Web Resources: Additional Resources

Search Engine Information

More than you ever wanted to know about search engines can be found at Search Engine Watch

Meta Search Engines. (2004) Teaching Library Internet Workshops, UC Berkeley.

Sherman, Chris. (2005)  Metacrawlers and Metasearch Engines.  SearchEngineWatch

Search Engines

Here is a list of Search Engines, including some for children.

Language Center Search page has a good list of search engines, meta-search engines, and search engines in other languages -

Website Evaluation

Evaluating Web-based Resources: A Practical Perspective

Ten C's For Evaluating Internet Sources

Information Literacy and the Internet

ICYouSee: T is for Thinking

WWW CyberGuide Ratings for Content Evaluation

Evaluate Web Pages - checklists for a number of different kinds of webpage content

Citing Web Resources and Copyright Concerns

Fair Use Analysis Tool

Copyright Crash Course

QuickStudy: Library Research Guide, University of Minnesota
Lesson 5 - on electronic resources.  Also Lessons 7 and 8 on APA and MLA style specifically.

NoodleBib MLA Starter (for Grades 1-5)
Check out the rest of the Noodle Tools, also!

Documenting Sources from the World Wide Web MLA Style Manual

Electronic References. APA Online

How to Cite Internet Resources.  (2000)  Learn to Link Professional Development  <

Columbia Guide to Online Style
This Guide puts the citation basics for electronic resourses for two styles - "humanities" and "scientific".

Citing Internet Sources. Connected Newletter


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