June 05, 2004

Here's a list of what I call Super Engines: Search Engines that take you to many other search engines.
Try these for a little break from your favorite Search Engine.

From Leiden University, A Collection of Special Search Engines, from Archaeoloogy to Zoology.

Academic Info is an educational subject Directory. You'll find plenty of information about Online Degree Programs and Test Preparation Resources.

The Search Engine Colossus is a French - English collection of fabulous academic sites.

AGRICOLA (AGRICultural OnLine Access) is a bibliographic database of citations to the agricultural literature created by the National Agricultural Library (NAL) and its cooperators. The database covers materials in all formats, including printed works from the 15th century. The records describe publications and resources encompassing all aspects of agriculture and allied disciplines: animal and veterinary sciences, entomology, plant sciences, forestry, fisheries, and more.
Thousands of AGRICOLA records are linked to full-text documents online, with new links added daily. AGRICOLA is searchable on the World Wide Web. For information on how to obtain library materials from NAL, see NAL's Document Delivery Services web site.

AllRefer is an "oldie but goodie" that has hundreds, if not thousands, of interesting sites.

Britain's Joint Information Services Committee has financed a very lovely site devoted to the Fine Arts, called Artifact.

BIOME is a collection of gateways which provide access to evaluated, quality Internet resources in the health and life sciences.

What BIOME is to health and life sciences, Bitpipe, Inc. is to computers and internet technology. You'll find white papers, product literature, webcasts, analyst reports, and case studies.

Real Internet searchers (only amateurs call themselves surfers) know that your searching must eventually take you to the "invisibe web." And your first stop should be Gary Price's Direct Search.
Don't forget to subscribe to his newsletter at ResourceShelf

For the young, and the young at heart, there's FactMonster.com, combination Atlas, Almanac, Dictionary and Encyclopedia, and more!

FIRST is devoted to military and strategic information, and lots of it. So, when you go over there ... pay attention!

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