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001.4 Nobel Prizes, Awards, Rewards (Prizes, etc.), Contests,
002 Books See also 028 Books and reading, (One Book Projects), (Reading interests), (Best books), (Best-book lists), (eBooks), (e-Books)
004 Computers, Computer literacy, Computer systems
004.03 Computer science - Dictionaries, (Computer terms), (Computer jargon), (Computers - Jargon), (Computers - Dictionaries)
004.67 Internet, World Wide Web (WWW) - General information
Colors, Color charts
Free E-mail or Free email
Free Internet Access
Free/Low Cost Web hosting or Free/Low Cost Web sites
Free Web storage space
Internet Service Providers (ISP)
Popup stoppers, Ad blockers, Kill ads
Tools for Webmasters
005.7 HTML (Document Markup Language)
025.4 Dewey Decimal Classification, Classification - Books, Library of Congress Classification
025.5 Reference services, (Virtual libraries), Information services, (Useful URLs), (Best Web sites), (Best Websites)
027.071 Libraries - Canada
027.073 Libraries - United States
027.0973 Archives - United States, (Public records - Preservation)
027.8 School libraries, Elementary school libraries, High school libraries, (Secondary school libraries), (Junior high school libraries), (Children's libraries), (Libraries and students)
028 Books and reading, (One Book Projects), (Reading interests), (Best books), (Best-book lists), (eBooks), (e-Books)
030 Encyclopedias and dictionaries, (Glossaries), Almanacs, World records, (Records of achievement), Curiosities and wonders, (Wonders of the World)
031.2 Handbooks, vade-mecums, etc., (How to), (Learn to), (Tutorials)
050 Periodicals, (Magazines), (Journals)
060.4 Parliamentary practice, (Rules of order)
070 Newspapers, World news and newspapers, Canada - Newspapers, Canadian newspapers, (Canada - News) United States - Newspapers, American newspapers, (U.S. - News)
070.1 Television broadcasting of news, (TV broadcasting of news)
070.4 News agencies, Journalism, Broadcast journalism, (Commercial Journalism), (News broadcasting), (Wire agencies), (News services), (Radio journalism), (Radio news), (Television journalism), (Television news)
070.5 Publishers and publishing, Publishers' standard book numbers, International Standard Book Numbers, (I.S.B.N.), (ISBN), International Standard Serial Numbers, (I.S.S.N.), (ISSN)
090 Rare books, (Antiquarian books), (Book rarities), (Early printed books)
A Practical Manual
of 23rd Edition
Do You Know Dewey?
Dewey Decimal System
(Millbrook Picture Books)
Editions 19 (1979)
to Edition 23 (2011)
A Practical Guide
A Classification and Subject
Index for Cataloguing
and Arranging the Books
of a Library
The Dewey Decimal System
Books and Libraries)
by Allan Fowler
025.431: The Dewey blog. Everything you always wanted to know about the Dewey Decimal Classification® system but were afraid to ask ... Includes brief snapshot of the DDC 23 EN (Engilish-language version) database.
Bob the Alien Discovers the Dewey Decimal System. YouTube video, 2:41 min. Uploaded on Aug 11, 2010 by Capstone Publishers. For elementary school children.
Caveman Dewey. YouTube video, 4:24 min. Published on Aug 17, 2013 by WGSLibrary.
Can You Do the Dewey? from Middletown Thrall Library. Here you can Test Your Knowledge of the Dewey Decimal Classification, Meet Melvil Dewey, and Learn More about the DDC.
Dewey Browse. Web Sites Classified by the Dewey Decimal Classification System for Grades K-12.
Dewey Decimal Classification. At a glance.
The Dewey Decimal Classification System by Jean Halsey. " The purpose of this lesson is to teach students about the fundamentals of the Dewey Decimal System to enable them to locate books in the library. " Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) Summaries - DDC 23 Summaries. Edition 23 Summaries from Online Computer Library Centre (OCLC). See also Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) Summaries. A Summary of the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC 23) in PDF. Dewey Decimal in the UIUC Bookstacks. A tutorial created by Kevin Unrath, Jim DiDonato, Rena Rosenthal, and Yuxiang Wang at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Contents include: Anatomy of a Call Number, Dewey Decimal Number, Cutter Number, Work Mark, Putting It Together (Rules and Guidelines for Call Number Ordering in the Stacks), and Quiz (not an easy quiz but answer and explanation provided). Upon completion of the tutorial, users should have an understanding of the Dewey Decimal Classification system used at UIUC Library. Dewey Decimal System - Catalog Search from Dallas Public Library. Dewey Decimal System from Dead Media Archive. "The Dewey Decimal Classification System is a hierarchical system of classification that utilizes decimals to codify divisions. Despite its decreasing popularity, Dewey continues to be the most dominant classification system in the world and is used in over 138 countries and 200,000 libraries." Dewey Decimal System for Kids from Kenwood Elementary School, Okaloosa County School District.
Dewey Decimal System MCPL.info from Monroe County Public Library, Indiana. How to use the Dewey Decimal System to organize non-fiction materials. Dewey Decimal Classification from Wikipedia. "The Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC), colloquially the Dewey Decimal System, is a proprietary library classification system first published in the United States by Melvil Dewey in 1876."
Dewey It: Review of the Dewey Decimal System from ProProfs Quiz Maker. Dewey Made Fun. Dewey Updates. Updates to DDC 23. Listed are updates made to the Dewey Decimal Classification® (DDC) system. Doin' Dewey. How would YOU organize a library? How to Understand the Dewey Decimal System. YouTube video, 2:03 min. Uploaded on Mar 26, 2010 by Howcast. "The Dewey Decimal System is a logical and popular book classification system for libraries and schools. Step 1: Defining the system: Understand that the Dewey Decimal System categorizes books according to 10 broad classes, including computers, technology, arts, and literature. Tip: The Dewey Decimal numbers on the spines of books are "call numbers." The book's Dewey number and the first three letters of the author's last name make up the book's call number ... Did you know? The creator of the Dewey Decimal System, Melvil Dewey, preferred to spell his last name 'Dui.'" Introduction to the Dewey Decimal Classification. Study Skills for 6th Form at Newcastle University Library. Introduction to the Dewey Decimal Classification System. YouTube video, 3:00 min. Published on Jan 15, 2013 by RGULibrary. No spoken words. Library of Congress Classification Outline. Letters and titles of the main classes of the Library of Congress Classification. See also Understanding Call Numbers. YouTube video, 3:24 min. Published on Aug 26, 2010 by CCC Library. This tutorial provides a very brief overview of the Library of Congress call number system.
Map Dewey (DDC) Classification to LC (LCC) from QuestionPoint. Table maps Dewey Decimal Classifications to Library of Congress Class headings. Multimedia Tour of the DDC. Tagging from Pew Research Center. Forget Dewey and His Decimals, Internet Users Are Revolutionizing the Way We Classify Information - and Make Sense of It, by Lee Rainie, Director, Pew Internet and American Life Project. Technical Introducation to the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) plus Exercises for Technical Introduction. Understanding the Dewey Decimal Classification System. YouTube video, 4:10 min. Published on Apr 1, 2014 by Megan Godwin. Virtual Library of Useful URLs Arranged by Dewey Decimal Classification.
Annotated links to some of the best and most useful educational Websites. WebDewey: the right tool to organize your collection from OCLC. "WebDewey is the electronic version of the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) system. It is a full representation of all published numbers, plus other mappings and new terms that have been approved by the Dewey Editorial Policy Committee (EPC)." WebDewey and Library of Congress Subject Headings from DDC. What's so great about the Dewey Decimal System? A Staff Report from the Straight Dope Science Advisory Board. "Somewhere around 95% of all school libraries and public libraries in the U.S. use Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) ... One of the beauties of Dewey's system is that it provides an easy way to introduce new subjects - there have been lots of new subjects since 1876! The key was the use of decimals.
● Dewey Decimal System: Lesson for Kids from Study.com. What is the Dewey Decimal System? How is the Dewey Decimal System Organized? Note: To unlock this lesson, you must be a Study.com Member.
● Dewey for Kids. YouTube video, 3:14 min. Published on Nov 12, 2014 by Whitney Stapler. "This video will help children better understand the Dewey Decimal System, includes a short poem."
● Easy Dewey Charts for Kids. Explore Library Classification and more! From Pinterest.
● Get to Know the Dewey Decimal Classification. OCLC Online Computer Library Center: A brief PowerPoint slide show for kids. Published on May 28, 2016 by MsCCostello.
● How to Read a Dewey Decimal Number. Children's & Young Adult Literature Resources: Dewey Decimal Call Numbers, Research Guides from University of Texas at El Paso, University Library.
● How to Teach Kids the Dewey Decimal System by Kara Bietz, Sciencing, April 24, 2017.
● Resources for teachers and students of the DDC. Dewey Services from OCLC. "OCLC, currently incorporated as OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Incorporated, is an American nonprofit cooperative organization 'dedicated to the public purposes of furthering access to the world's information and reducing information costs'. It was founded in 1967 as the Ohio College Library Center. OCLC and its member libraries cooperatively produce and maintain WorldCat, the largest online public access catalog (OPAC) in the world ... OCLC also maintains the Dewey Decimal Classification system." ~ Wikipedia
● WorldCat connects you to the collections and services of more than 10,000 libraries worldwide. Find items in libraries near you. 2 billion items available here through a library.
● WorldCat Search API. Developer-level Access to WorldCat. Search WorldCat and retrieve bibliographic records for cataloged items such as books, videos, music and more in WorldCat.
000 General Knowledge 500 Math and Science 100 Philosophy and Psychology 600 Medicine and Technology
200 Religion and Mythology 700 Arts and Recreation
300 Social Science and Folklore 800 Literature
400 Languages and Grammar 900 Geography and History
● What is the Dewey Decimal System? From wiseGEEK, which provides clear answers for common questions.
● 100s - Who Am I? ...
● 200s - Who Made Me? ...
● 300s - Who Is My Neighbor? ...
● 400s - Language - How Do I Communicate With My Neighbors? ...
● 500s - What Will I Talk About? ...
● 600s - What Will I Do With Science? ...
● 700s - Sports - Time For a Break! What Will I Do For FUN? ...
● 800s - Literature: Authors and Books That Make Me Who I Am ...
● 900's - History: How Did Everything Happen? ...
● 000-099s - Everything Else - Room to Grow! ...
● Understanding Call Numbers from York University Libraries. At York Libraries, we use the Library of Congress classification system to make our call numbers.
● Understanding Call Numbers from Libraries - Northwestern University. The first sections of the call number represent the subject of the book. The letter-and-decimal section of the call number typically represents the author's last name. The last section of a call number is often the date of publication.
● Understanding call numbers from University of Victoria Libraries. Most college and university libraries use the Library of Congress Classification System (LC) to organize materials. Every item in our collection is assigned a unique call number, or address - based on the subject and publication details. Library materials are shelved in call number order, and other titles on a similar topic will be shelved nearby.
Map LC (LCC) to Dewey (DDC) Classification from QuestionPoint. Table maps Library of Congress Class headings to Dewey Decimal Classification.
... Dewey largely created library science and is rightly known as the 'Father of Modern Librarianship.' Without DDC, each library would have to create its own system at vast expense. Now it's a simple matter. That's the reason Dewey is so beloved by librarians.
[Melvil Dewey was born in 1851 in upstate New York]. We feel obliged to note that Dewey was no saint. He was racist, antisemitic, anti-black, anti-everything not white male Anglo-Saxon Christian. He died in 1931."
The Dewey Decimal Classification System by Jean Halsey. " The purpose of this lesson is to teach students about the fundamentals of the Dewey Decimal System to enable them to locate books in the library. "
Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) Summaries - DDC 23 Summaries. Edition 23 Summaries from Online Computer Library Centre (OCLC). See also Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) Summaries. A Summary of the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC 23) in PDF.
Dewey Decimal in the UIUC Bookstacks. A tutorial created by Kevin Unrath, Jim DiDonato, Rena Rosenthal, and Yuxiang Wang at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Contents include: Anatomy of a Call Number, Dewey Decimal Number, Cutter Number, Work Mark, Putting It Together (Rules and Guidelines for Call Number Ordering in the Stacks), and Quiz (not an easy quiz but answer and explanation provided). Upon completion of the tutorial, users should have an understanding of the Dewey Decimal Classification system used at UIUC Library.
Dewey Decimal System - Catalog Search from Dallas Public Library.
Dewey Decimal System from Dead Media Archive. "The Dewey Decimal Classification System is a hierarchical system of classification that utilizes decimals to codify divisions. Despite its decreasing popularity, Dewey continues to be the most dominant classification system in the world and is used in over 138 countries and 200,000 libraries."
Dewey Decimal System for Kids from Kenwood Elementary School, Okaloosa County School District.
Dewey Decimal System MCPL.info from Monroe County Public Library, Indiana. How to use the Dewey Decimal System to organize non-fiction materials.
Dewey Decimal Classification from Wikipedia. "The Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC), colloquially the Dewey Decimal System, is a proprietary library classification system first published in the United States by Melvil Dewey in 1876."
Dewey It: Review of the Dewey Decimal System from ProProfs Quiz Maker.
Dewey Made Fun.
Dewey Updates. Updates to DDC 23. Listed are updates made to the Dewey Decimal Classification® (DDC) system.
Doin' Dewey. How would YOU organize a library?
How to Understand the Dewey Decimal System. YouTube video, 2:03 min. Uploaded on Mar 26, 2010 by Howcast. "The Dewey Decimal System is a logical and popular book classification system for libraries and schools. Step 1: Defining the system: Understand that the Dewey Decimal System categorizes books according to 10 broad classes, including computers, technology, arts, and literature. Tip: The Dewey Decimal numbers on the spines of books are "call numbers." The book's Dewey number and the first three letters of the author's last name make up the book's call number ... Did you know? The creator of the Dewey Decimal System, Melvil Dewey, preferred to spell his last name 'Dui.'"
Introduction to the Dewey Decimal Classification. Study Skills for 6th Form at Newcastle University Library.
Introduction to the Dewey Decimal Classification System. YouTube video, 3:00 min. Published on Jan 15, 2013 by RGULibrary. No spoken words.
Library of Congress Classification Outline. Letters and titles of the main classes of the Library of Congress Classification. See also Understanding Call Numbers. YouTube video, 3:24 min. Published on Aug 26, 2010 by CCC Library. This tutorial provides a very brief overview of the Library of Congress call number system.
Map Dewey (DDC) Classification to LC (LCC) from QuestionPoint. Table maps Dewey Decimal Classifications to Library of Congress Class headings.
Multimedia Tour of the DDC.
Tagging from Pew Research Center. Forget Dewey and His Decimals, Internet Users Are Revolutionizing the Way We Classify Information - and Make Sense of It, by Lee Rainie, Director, Pew Internet and American Life Project.
Technical Introducation to the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) plus Exercises for Technical Introduction.
Understanding the Dewey Decimal Classification System. YouTube video, 4:10 min. Published on Apr 1, 2014 by Megan Godwin.
Virtual Library of Useful URLs Arranged by Dewey Decimal Classification. Annotated links to some of the best and most useful educational Websites.
WebDewey: the right tool to organize your collection from OCLC. "WebDewey is the electronic version of the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) system. It is a full representation of all published numbers, plus other mappings and new terms that have been approved by the Dewey Editorial Policy Committee (EPC)."
WebDewey and Library of Congress Subject Headings from DDC.
What's so great about the Dewey Decimal System? A Staff Report from the Straight Dope Science Advisory Board. "Somewhere around 95% of all school libraries and public libraries in the U.S. use Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) ... One of the beauties of Dewey's system is that it provides an easy way to introduce new subjects - there have been lots of new subjects since 1876! The key was the use of decimals.
The 10 best websites you've probably never heard of, according to redditors. Posted 7 October 2015 by Louis Doré in tech.
● 25 Useful Websites You've Probably Never Heard Of from Digital Information World, June 3, 2017.
● 25 Useful Websites You Wish You Knew Earlier! from Business Relauncher (Bizrelauncher.com).
● 50 Websites That Make the Web Great from Time.
● The 101 Most Useful Websites on the Internet. Written by Amit Agarwal, Feb 16, 2019.
5000+ Resources to Do Just About Anything Online. Categories include: Blogging & Podcasting, Communication Tools, Photo & Video Tools, Tools for Work, Tools for Life, Web Browsing Tools, Web Development Tools, Web Search & Bookmarking, and more.
AllRefer.com - Reference - Encyclopedia
Ask a Librarian. An online reference service from the Library of Congress especially for researchers.
Awesome Library. Organizes the Web with 24,000 carefully reviewed resources. Enter a door for Teachers, Kids, Teens, Parents, Librarians or Community. Includes a section on HOT TOPICS: Gun Control, Environment, Pollution, Genetics, etc.
Bartleby.com Index to Subjects. Excellent collection of reference sources: Encyclopedia, Dictionary, Thesaurus, Quotations, English Usage, Religion and Mythology, Literary History and Literature, Anatomy, Cooking, Etiquette, Parliamentary Procedure and Government, plus lengthy list of Verse, Fiction, and Nonfiction Anthologies and Volumes.
The Best Websites on the Internet from MakeUseOf.com.
British Library Images Online. Images Online gives you instant access to thousands of the greatest images from the British Library's collections which include manuscripts, rare books, musical texts and maps spanning almost 3000 years. The range of images available include illustrations, drawings, paintings and photographs.
CBC Books - CBC Literary Prizes.
● New York Times Best Sellers List. Authoritatively ranked lists of books sold in the United States, sorted by format and genre.
● Publishers Weekly Bestsellers.
● List of best selling books from Wikipedia.
● 101 Best Selling Books of All Time frin List Challenges.
Competitive Intelligence - A Selective Resource Guide by Sabrina I. Pacifici and Donna Cavallini, from LLRX.com (Law Library Resource Xchange). Resources include: Selected Search Engines, Meta Search Sites, Selected Business Info Websites and Databases, Selected Online People Trackers, Television and Radio News Transcripts, Legislative Monitoring and Tracking, E-Newsletters, Online Newspapers, Journals and News Sources, Monitoring Trends, Companies and Products, Online Tools for Competitor Monitoring, Benchmarking, Web Directories and Portals, Website Trackers.
Cyber Times Navigator from The New York Times. Selected reference links covering: Net Search, Journalism, Reference, Telephone & E-mail Directories, Breaking News & Daily Publications, Politics, New York Region, Commerce, Travel, Entertainment, Sports, and more. Free registration to use this site.
The Dewey Divas and Dudes. The Dewey Divas and Dudes came out of a program at Toronto Public Library. They travel across Canada to present the hidden gems on a publisher's list - debut authors, books publishers were very excited about, quiet bestsellers. For over a decade, they have done presentations to libraries across the country from Vancouver to Montreal. Currently, there are seven divas representing over 600 publishers among them - Ampersand, Penguin Random House, Thomas Allen & Son, Canadian Manda, Scholastic, Harper Collins, Martin and Associates.
Fast Facts and Fascinating Facts from Did You Know.
● 100 Random Fun Facts.
● Fast Facts from National Center for Education Statistics - nces.ed.gov. The primary purpose of the Fast Facts website is to provide users with concise information on a range of educational issues, from early childhood to adult learning.
● 2017 In Review Fast Facts from CNN Library, December 25, 2017.
Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature and allows you to stand on the shoulders of giants. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, abstracts and articles from academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories, universities and other scholarly organizations. See also: Google Scholar (Canada).
h2g2: The Guide to Life, the Universe, and Everything from BBC.co.uk. A sort of an online encyclopedia where you can read what "Registered" researchers have written on any and all topics. H2G2 is an acronym for The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
Information Please. All the knowledge you need. World, Sports, Entertainment, U.S., People (Biographies), Business and Economy, Living (Travel, Health), Society, Science and Technology.
Internet Archive: Wayback Machine. Go way back in the Wayback Machine to surf the Web as it was. Find 30 billion old web pages stored in the Internet Archive's Web archive dating back to 1996.
Internet Public Library (IPL) from Wikipedia.
Intute originates from a consortium of seven universities in the UK. Site provides free online access to the very best web resources for education and research. All material is evaluated and selected by a network of subject specialists to create the Intute database.
ipl2. Merger of the Internet Public Library (IPL) and the Librarians' Internet Index (LII) from Wikipedia.
KidsClick! Web search for kids by librarians. Subjects arranged by Dewey Decimal Classification.
The Librarians' Index to the Internet. A searchable, annotated subject directory of Internet resources selected and evaluated by librarians for their usefulness to users of public libraries.
Library and Archives Canada. Digital Library of information on Canadian Music, History, and Literature. Search Archival or Published Materials.
Library Spot. Libraries Online, Law, Medical and Music Libraries. Reference Desk (Acronyms, Biographies, Business Info, Calculators, Calendars, Current Events, Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Genealogy, Maps, Phone Books, Quotations, Statistics, Style Guides). Reading Room (Books, Journals, Magazines, Newspapers, Speeches).
Mississauga Library System - Digital Catalog. Online catalogue search options: All Fields, Call Number, Series, ISBN, Title, Subject, Author. Also search Everything or by Format (printed books, eBook, large print, audio/video discs, kit ... ), Electronic Format (HTML, Kindle ...), eReader, Publication Date, Publisher, Author, Subject, Series Title, Shelf Location, Genre, Georgraphic Location (Worldwide), Setting, Topic, Time Frame, or by Library Locations in Mississauga.
New York Public Library - NYPL Digital Gallery - Subjects A-Z. Free and open online access to hundreds of thousands of digital images from New York Public Library - Alphabetical list of over 23,000 subject terms includes people, institutions, places and topics. Names A-Z - Alphabetical list of 5,174 names includes artists, authors, publishers, collectors and others.
New York Times Archives: 1851-1980. New York Times Archives: 1981-Present.
Refdesk. A massive resource site with links to practically every topic under the sun: Area Code, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Calculator, Currency Converter, World Fact Book, Zip Code, Lottery Results, Magazines, Newspapers, Sports, Atlas and Maps, U.S. Government, Grammar and Style, Law, Phone Book, Weights and Measures, World Religions, Ask the Experts, Classified, Entertainment, Food and Recipes, Movies, Travel, Weather, and more.
References.net. Browse the Web's Best Reference Resources. This site is fairly new, but is growing as more reference sites are being submitted. Type in a term to Search for existing References in this database or Search for existing References alphabetically from A-Z. You can submit your Reference website and get it listed in this comprehensive Reference Directory. Fees apply, however, a reciprocal link will reduce your fees.
Repositories of Primary Sources. Links to over 5300 Web sites that provide primary sources including color images of original manuscripts, posters, letters, official documents, maps, rare books, historical photographs, and archives. Note: Some sites have limited English versions and many have dead links.
Research Beyond Google: 119 Authoritative, Invisible, and Comprehensive Resources. Google currently has around eight billion web pages indexed. Google can only index the visible web, or searchable web. But the invisible web, or deep web, is estimated to be 500 times bigger than the searchable web. Topics Covered in this Article: Deep Web Search Engines, Art, Books Online, Business, Consumer, Economic and Job Data, Finance and Investing, General Research, Government Data, International, Law and Politics, Library of Congress, Medical and Health, Science, Transportation.
Resource Page with links to helpful information. Page created by students at St. Francis Xavier Secondary School.
Sci-Math World: An Interactive Web Workshop for Teachers and Librarians by Robert J. Lackie, Associate Professor-Librarian, Rider University, Lawrenceville, NJ. Selection of Science and Math links: Directories and Portals, Invisible Web Searchable Sites (hidden gems search engines can't see), Some Science and Math Search Engines, and lots of great Webquest sites listed in Interactive Science on the Web and Interactive Math on the Web.
Search Systems - Largest Free Public Records Directory. U.S. Nationwide Public Records Directory, United States by State, U.S. Territories. Canada Nationwide Public Records Directory, Canada by Province. Worldwide Public Records Directory. Outer Space Public Records Directory.
TIME Magazine Archives. Search for back issues of Time Magazines Articles or Time Magazine Covers from January 1, 1923 to current issues.
Today I Learned (TIL) from Reddit.com. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts that you just found out (not broad information you looked up). As of 7 Nov. 2016: 13,883,063 subscribers, 12,962 online.
Top 100 Classic Web Sitess. Special Feature of Top Web Sites from PC Magazine.
The Top 100 Educational Websites of 2017. Selected by Homeschool.com. Sponsored by Time4 Learning.
Top10Links. Home to 800+ Top 10 Web Site Lists.
Toronto Public Library Advanced Online Catalogue Search for books, movies, branches, programs and more in your choice of multiple languages.
A Virtual Library of Useful URLs Arranged by Dewey Decimal Classification. An annotated and clickable list of the best educational websites arranged by Dewey for easy search. All major subject areas included.
Virtual Reference Library or Ontario Virtual Reference Library, first launched by Toronto Public Library in 1999. Provides access to librarian-selected websites, online magazine, journal and newspaper articles with special focus on Canadian and Ontario information. Explore Ontario, present, past and future, through historic photographs, maps, digitized books, videos, and blog posts. Search to see your Community, e.g. Mississauga.
Wall Street Executive Library. A massive site containing links to Newspapers, TV & Radio, Magazines, Web Search & Computer, Web Directory Search, Business Toolkit: General Reference, Fast Facts & Info, Reference Library, etc. (includes this Research Guide), Government Research, Financial Markets, Company & Industry, Business & Legal, Marketing & Advertising, Statistics & Economics, Careers & Education, Health & Medicine, Leisure, Sports, Ross Bradford's Top Movie Picks, and hundreds more.
White Pages - Canada: Canada411: 411.ca. Contact info for 300 million people in Canada. Search Business, Person, Reverse. Add Your Business to 411.ca for FREE.
WWW Virtual Library: Subject Catalog, A-Z Listing. High quality online guides to a wide variety of topics.
The WWW Virtual Library: International Affairs Resources. Carefully selected, annotated links in 37 International Affairs categories including Media Sources, International Organizations, Regions and Countries. Topics covered: Global Environment, Human Rights, World Religions, Peace, Conflict Resolution and International Security, Study and Work Abroad, Health, International and National Law, Foreign Languages such as French, Spanish, and German.
Yellowpages.ca: The Find Engine. Find a Business in Canada, Find a Person.
Yellowpages.com Online Directory. The Real Yellow Pages. Find a Business, Find a Person, Specify Location (City and State or ZIP Code), Maps & Directions.
Australia: National Library of Australia Catalogue. Dewey.
Bookmobile from Wikipedia.
Motorized Bookmobile, circa 1913
Photo credits: Wisconsin Historical Society
Library History Buff, Larry T. Nix
Hamilton Public Library Bookmobile 1960s
Photo credits: Hamilton Public Library
History of the Bookmobile
Biblio Burro 2009
Photo credits: ayokaproductions
Biblioburro - The donkey library
Nomad Librarian, Mongolia, 2016
Photo credits: UB Post Mongolia
Trans. by B. Davaasuren
British Library. Dewey. Search, view and order items from the British Library main catalogue of nearly 57 million records, or search contents of the Library's website.
District of Columbia Public Library Online Catalog - CityCat. Dewey.
Edmonton Public Library Catalogue. Dewey.
History of libraries from Wikipedia.
IPL2. Resources from the Internet Public Library (IPL) and the Librarians' Internet Index (LII) websites.
The Library History Buff - Librariana (Collecting Library Artifacts and Memorabilia), Postal Librariana (postal artifacts related to libraries, primarily postage stamps and covers), Library History (links to other Library History sites, including Biographies of American Library People, Biographies of Library People of the World). Site created and maintained by Larry T. Nix.
Library of Congress Online Catalog. Search by Keyword, Subject Browse, Name Browse, Title, Serial Title, or Call Number (LC) Browse.
Library Online Public Access Catalogs. Search Archives: General Resources, Individual Catalogs, International OPACs (Online Public Access Catalogs), Magazine and Newspaper Catalogs, and Web-interfaced Catalogs.
Los Angeles Public Library Catalog. Online catalog. Search books, audiobooks, videos, CDs, audio cassettes, etc. by author, title, subject, series, call number (Dewey), or keyword.
Mississauga Library System Catalogue. Dewey.
New York Public Library Online Catalog. Dewey.
Online DDC Catalogs. Libraries listed on this site use DDC (Dewey Decimal Classification) to organize online catalogs.
Spokane Public Libraries (Washington) Online Catalog. Dewey Decimal Classification.
Toronto Public Library Catalogue. Dewey Decimal Classification.
Vancouver Public Library Catalogue. Dewey Decimal Classification.
Library and Archives Canada (LAC). Formerly National Library of Canada. Library and Archives Canada provides services to members of the public who wish to access its collection or order photocopies and reproductions. LAC Collection: Over 71 000 hours of films, Over 2.5 million drawings, Over 21.3 million photographic images, Over 270 000 hours of video and sound recordings, Over 343 000 works of art, Largest collection of Canadian sheet music in the world, Impressive collection of medals, seals, posters and coats of arms; Portraits of over one million Canadians, and much more.
ALA - American Library Association. LARC (Library and Research Center) section includes Fact Sheets, List of Libraries, Video and Copyright, ALA Periodicals, and ALA Archives. Links to Library of Congress, Copyright Office, Schools and Libraries Division, E-mail mailing lists, National Center for Education Statistics, Public Libraries in United States survey, and State Library Websites.
Free Public Records Directory. Find Public Records by Zip Code or City and State. Site provides links to real and personal property records, recorded documents, jail and inmate records, sex offender records, wanted persons records, and many more free public records.
OnlineSearches.com is your gateway to public records. Find public records by town or zip code. Find public records by category. Find public records by state. Find Public Records by City and State or by Zip Code. Select a public record category to view all online resources for that category. Go to the public records pages for any state. Site includes links to other Free Database Searches:
● Aircraft Registrations - Find aircraft registration information by owner name or tail / registration number. Covers United States and Canadian airplanes.
● Pilot Licenses - Search the pilot license database for information on U.S. licensed pilots. Ratings, endorsements, and medical certificate information is included.
● Documented Vessels - Find owner names and vessel details for all US Coast Guard registered vessels.
● IP Address to Location Search - Find the county, state and city for an internet IP address.
● and more.
Cameron Heights Collegiate Institute Library. A very practical site with numerous online resources for students and teachers. Includes links to Directories, Search Engines, Information Literacy, Book and Film Databases, Subject Resources, Library Research Assignments, Help with Research and Writing, and more.
Internet Searching Tools or Subject Directories from Hannon Library, Southern Oregon University.
School Library Journal (SLJ), the print magazine, and School Library Journal Online, the web site, serve librarians who work with young people in school and public libraries.
Adult Literacy: Better Reading Comprehension, How to Speed-Read, and Some Life-Changing Literature to Improve Your Life. Table of Contents: 1. Reading Comprehension Guide (Improving Your Vocabulary). 2. Speed Reading Tips and Methods (Speed Reading Methods That Work). 3. Literacy Web Resources for Kids.
Amazon Kindle from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Kindle is a wireless device which lets you download books anytime, anywhere with no monthly fees or service plans. Get books delivered in less than 60 seconds with no PC required. Take your library with you wherever you want. Holds over 1,500 books. With the new text-to-speech feature, Kindle can read every newspaper, magazine, blog, and book out loud to you (unless feature made unavailable by rights holder). Currently, over 350,000 books, U.S. and international newspapers, magazines, and blogs are available for download.
Arthur's Bookshelf. 563 eBooks.
University of Virginia Library Collections. The U.Va. Library holds books, e-books, journal and newspaper subscriptions, online databases, digital image collections, videos, CDs, manuscripts, archives and more.
● Images Collections and Databases
● Subject Liasons: Arts & Sciences, Architecture, Batten School, Commerce, Education, Engineering, Special Collections.
● Virgo. Virgo contains both the catalog (books, print journals, DVDs, maps, and digitized materials) and online articles (from subscription journals).
5 Resources for Free Reading and Adult Literacy Education Online.
Catalog of Free Online Courses
Free eBooks from DigiLibraries.com.
Google Book Search. Search the full text of books using Google's book-only search service. Formerly Google Print (now Google Book Search) was introduced in the U.S. in early 2005, and is now available in 14 English-language speaking countries, including the U.K., Australia, Canada, India, and others. The books in Google Book Search come primarily from two sources: publishers and libraries.
Great Books Index. Links to online editions where available. Reading List 1: Plato, Sophocles, Aristotle, The Bible - Old Testament, St. Augustine, Montaigne, Shakespeare, John Locke, Jonathan Swift, Edward Gibbon, U.S. Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, and others.
How to Get Free Ebooks: Where to Find Thousands of Free Ebooks from The Balance.
Juvenile Series and Sequels from Mid-Continent Public Library, Missouri. Database currently contains over 20,000 books in series titles that are classified into three audiences: Young Adult (high school), Juvenile (to Grade 8), Juvenile Easy (beginner readers). View by Series Title, Series Subject, Book Title, or Book Author.
LibriVox - Free audiobooks from the public domain. LibriVox volunteers record chapters of books in the public domain. Audio files are then released back onto the net (podcast and catalog). Objective of LibriVox is to make all books in the public domain available, for free, in audio format on the internet.
One City One Book from Wikipedia. "One City One Book is a generic name for a community reading program that attempts to get everyone in a city to read and discuss the same book. The name of the program is often reversed to One Book One City ..."
See also: One Book, One College: Common Reading Programs. Extensive list of books being read by College and University students across the United States in 2008 and 2009, gathered by Barbara Fister of Folke Bernadotte Memorial Library, last update December 2009.
One Book - Arizona. OneBookAZ. (Site no longer works, 20 May 2011) from Arizona State Library
2009: Capirotada: A Nogales Memoir
2008: These is my Words: The Diary of Sarah Agnes Prine, 1881-1901 (P.S.)
2007: Going Back to Bisbee by Richard Shelton
2006: An Unfinished Life by Mark Spragg
2005: Sunk Without a Sound : The Tragic Colorado River Honeymoon of Glen and Bessie Hyde by Brad Dimock and Grand Ambition by Lisa Michaels
2004: Life of Pi by Yann Martel
2003: Plainsong by Kent Haruf
2002: Animal Dreams by Barbara Kingsolver
One Book. The Great Reading Adventure - Bristol, United Kingdom.
2007: Small Island: A Novel
2006: Around the World in Eighty Days (Collector's Library)
2005: The Siege by Helen Dunmore
2004: The Day of the Triffids by John Wyndham
2003: Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson
One Book - Boston/Brookline, MA Brookline Reads
2008: The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game by Michael Lewis
2007: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll
2006: Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See
2005: North Star Conspiracy by Miriam Grace Monfredo
2004: Snow in August by Pete Hamill
One Book. Buffalo - The Big Read: Featured Books at Just Buffalo Literary Center. Including:
In the Time of the Butterflies by Julia Alvarez
Bless Me, Ultima by Rudolfo Anaya
Feb. 2008: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
2007: Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston
2005: The Invention of Solitude by Paul Auster
2004: The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy
2003: The Price of a Child by Lorene Cary
2002: A Hope in the Unseen: An American Odyssey from the Inner City to the Ivy League by Rod
2001: Queen of the Mist by Joan Murray
2000: A Lesson Before Dying (Oprah's Book Club) by Ernest Gaines
King Leary by Paul Quarrington
2007: Lullabies for Little Criminals by Heather O'Neill
2006: A Complicated Kindness by Miriam Toews
2005: Rockbound by Frank Parker Day
2004: The Last Crossing: An Interactive Journey by Guy Vanderhaeghe
2003: Next Episode by Hubert Aquin
2002: In the Skin of a Lion by Michael Ondaatje
One Book - Chicago Public Library Recommends
Babel-17/Empire Star by Samuel R. Delany
The History of Love: A Novel by Nicole Krauss
The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger
Fall 2006: Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri
Spring 2006: One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Fall 2005: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
Spring 2005: The Ox-Bow Incident by Walter Van Tilburg Clark
Fall 2004: In the Time of the Butterflies by Julia Alvarez
Spring 2004: The Coast of Chicago by Stuart Dybek
Fall 2003: The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien
Spring 2003: A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry
Fall 2002: My Antonia by Willa Cather
Spring 2002: Night by Elie Wiesel
Fall 2001: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
One Book - District of Columbia: DC We Read
2004: Interpreter of the Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri
2003: Fathering Words: The Making of An African American Writer by E. Ethelbert Miller
2002: Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years
One Book, One Community - East Lansing and Michigan State University
2009: The Soloist by Steve Lopez
2008: They Poured Fire on Us From the Sky: The Story of Three Lost Boys from Sudan by Benson Deng, Alephonsion Deng, Benjamin Ajak, and Judy A. Bernstein
2007: Lay that Trumpet in Our Hands by Susan Carol Mccarthy 2006: The Glass Castle: A Memoir by Jeannette Walls
2005: The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
2004: The Color of Water: A Black Man's Tribute to His White Mother by James McBride
2003: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
2002: Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
One Book - Hartford, CT The 'One Book' In Hartford by Carole Goldberg, Courant Books Editor
2009: The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Díaz
2008: The Death of Vishnu: A Novel by Manil Suri
2007: Dreaming in Cuban by Cristina Garcia
2006: Drinking Coffee Elsewhere by ZZ Packer
2005: Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books by Azar Nafisi
2004: When I Was Puerto Rican by Esmeralda Santiago
2003: The Color of Water: A Black Man's Tribute to His White Mother by James McBride
2002: Breath, Eyes, Memory by Edwidge Danticat
One Book - Long Beach: "Long Beach Reads One Book" - Long Beach Public Library Foundation:
2009: Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote Peace . . . One School at a Time by David Oliver Relin
2008: Grayson by Lynne Cox
2007: The Greatest Generation by Tom Brokaw
2006: My California: Journeys by Great Writers by Michael Chabon, et al, ed. by Donna Wares & Mark Arax
2005: Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
2004: The Freedom Writers Diary: How a Teacher and 150 Teens Used Writing to Change Themselves and the World Around Them
2003: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
2002: Tuesdays with Morrie: An Old Man, a Young Man, and Life's Greatest Lesson by Mitch Albom
One Book - Long Island One Island One Book - Long Island Reads:
2010: The River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt's Darkest Journey by Candice Millard
2009: Wait Till Next Year: A Memoir by Doris Kearns Goodwin
2008: Aloft by Chang-Rae Lee
2007: The Color of Water by James McBride
2006: Amagansett by Mark Mills
2005: Travels With Charley: In Search of America by John Steinbeck
2004: Snow in August by Pete Hamill
2003: How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents by Julia Alvarez
2002: The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
One Book - Los Angeles
2005: Little Scarlet by Walter Mosley
2004: Seabiscuit by Laura Hillenbrand
2003: The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros
2002: Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
One Book - Michigan - Michigan Reads! One State, One Children's Book Program
2009: The Pout-Pout Fish by Deborah Diesen
2008: Raccoon Tune by Nancy Shaw
2007: Big Chickens by Leslie Helakoski , Henry Cole (Illustrator)
2006: Bed Hogs by Kelly S. DiPucchio, Howard Fine (Illustrator)
2004: Barnyard Song by Rhonda Gowler Greene, Robert Bender (Illustrator)
One Book - Nebraska. One Book One
This Blessed Earth: A Year in the Life of an American Family Farm
2010: The Home Place by Wright Morris
209: A Lantern In Her Hand by Bess Streeter Aldrich
2008: Restoring the Burnt Child: A Primer by William Kloefkorn
2007: Crazy Horse by Mari Sandoz
2006: One False Move by Alex Kava
2005: My Antonia by Willa Cather
One Book - New Jersey. New Jersey Public Library, Newark, NJ
2009: The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz
2008: The Plot Against America by Philip Roth
2007: Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston
2006: The Ditchdigger's Daughters: A Black Family's Astonishing Success Story by Yvonne S. Thornton, M.D.
2005: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
2004: The Pine Barrens by John McPhee
2003: Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
One Book - Sacramento Public Library, CA
2009: The Soloist by Steve Lopez
2008: Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote Peace . . .
One School at a Time by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin
2007: The Suspect by John Lescroart
2006: California Uncovered: Stories For The 21st Century
2005: Epitaph for a Peach: Four Seasons on My Family Farm by David Mas Masusmoto
One Book - St. Louis Community College, St. Louis, MO - One Book One College (webpage no longer available)
2009-2010: Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress: A Novel by Dai Sijie
2007-2008: All Quiet On The Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque
2006-2007: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon
2005-2006: Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America by Barbara Ehrenreich
2004-2005: The Color of Water: A Black Man's Tribute to His White Mother by James McBride
One Book - San Diego. 2009: The Zookeeper's Wife: A War Story by Diane Ackerman
2008: Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote Peace . . .
One School at a Time by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin
2007: Enrique's Journey by Sonia Nazario
One Book - San Francisco. One City One Book: San Francisco Reads
2009: Alive in Necropolis by Doug Dorst
2008: West of Kabul, East of New York: An Afghan American Story by Tamim Ansary
2007: Cane River by Lalita Tademy
2006: The Hummingbird's Daughter by Luis Alberto Urrea
2005: China Boy by Gus Lee
One Book - Seattle: Seattle Reads
2010: Secret Son BY Laila Lalami
2009: My Jim: A Novel by Nancy Rawles
2008: The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears Dinaw Mengestu
2007: The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri
2006: Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood by Marjane Satrapi
2005: When the Emperor Was Divine by Julie Otsuka
2003: A Gesture Life by Chang-rae Lee
2002: Wild Life by Molly Gloss
1999: A Lesson Before Dying by Ernest Gaines
1998: The Sweet Hereafter by Russell Banks
One Book - South Dakota. One Book South Dakota.
2010: What Is the What by Dave Eggers
2009: Buffalo for the Broken Heart: Restoring Life to a Black Hills Ranch by Dan O'Brien
2008: The Master Butchers Singing Club by Louise Erdrich
2007: The Whistling Season by Ivan Doig
2006: Gilead by Marilynne Robinson
2005: The Work of Wolves by Kent Meyers
2004: The Art of Mending by Elizabeth Berg
2003: Peace Like a River by Leif Enger
One Book - Springfield, MA: One Book One Springfield
2007: Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom
2006: Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
One Book - Valparaiso University, IN Find Books and Other Library Materials
2008: Our Town: A Play in Three Acts by Thornton Niven Wilder
2007: Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen
2006: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
2005: The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien
2004: Tuesdays with Morrie: An Old Man, a Young Man, and Life's Greatest Lesson by Mitch Albom
2003: The Giver by Lois Lowry
2002: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
One Book - Vancouver, BC Canada: Vancouver Public Library
2009: The Crazy Canucks: Canada's Legendary Ski Team by Janet Love Morrison
2008: The Five Books of Moses Lapinsky by Karen X. Tulchinsky
2007: My Year of Meats Ruth Ozeki
2006: There Is A Season: A Memoir by Patrick Lane
2005: Obasan by Joy Kogawa
2004: The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power by Joel Bakan
2003: Stanley Park by Timothy Taylor
2002: The Jade Peony by Wayson Choy
One Book - Villanova University, Villanova, PA. Falvey Memorial Library, Villanova University
2009-2010: Rooftops of Tehran: A Novel by Mahbod Seraji
2008-2009 ? (Unable to verify as website no longer accessible)
A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier by Ishmael Beah
2007: Blood Done Sign My Name: A True Story by Timothy B. Tyson
2006: The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
One Book - Waterloo Region, ON Canada: One Book, One Community
2008: The 100-Mile Diet: A Year of Local Eating by Alisa Smith and James MacKinnon
2007: Smoke by Elizabeth Ruth
2006: Three Day Road by Joseph Boyden
2005: Hominids by Robert J. Sawyer
2004: Lives Of The Saints by Nino Ricci
2003: No Great Mischief by Alistair McLeod
2002: The Stone Carvers by Jane Urquhart
Ontario Library Association Forest of Reading:
● BLUE SPRUCE AWARD™ - Kindergarten to Grade 2 (Ages 4 to 7).
● SILVER BIRCH AWARD® - Grades 3 - 6 (Ages 7 to 11).
● RED MAPLE AWARD™ - Grades 7 - 8 (Ages 11 to 15).
● WHITE PINE AWARD™ - Grades 9 - 12.
● EVERGREEN AWARD™ - Adult Library Patrons of Any Age.
● GOLDEN OAK AWARD™ - Adult Literacy Book Club - Adult Learners.
● Le Prix Tamarac - invites young people in Ontario to read by allowing them to vote for their favourite books (fiction and non-fiction) from a selection of the best Canadian books written in French.
● Le Prix Peuplier - invites young people in Ontario to participate in read-alouds of French books written by Canadian authors. Students are then invited to vote for their favourite book.
World eBook Library. Public Access Section of Book Listings. Full text search of 27,000 html eBooks in English that can be freely accessed for personal, noncommercial use. Search by Author and Title, and Browse New Listings, Author, Title, Subject, or Serial Archives.
For encyclopedias and dictionaries on specific subjects, look under the subject. Example: for Catholic Encyclopedia go to 200 Religion then to 282 Catholic Church - Encyclopedias.
AllRefer.com. Reference and Encyclopedia">Encyclopedia.
AllWords.com. English Dictionary with Multi-Lingual Search. Translates English word into Dutch, French, German, Italian, and Spanish. Includes Crossword Solver, and The Word of the Week. Click to hear English pronunciation of word. Gives definitions, idioms, and brief biographical notes if applicable.
Almanacs. Note: As of Mar 17, 2017, dmoz.org (Open Directory Project) is no longer available. This is a static mirror site set up by dmoz editors. Links to almanacs: AfroAmerican Almanac, Almanac of Political History, Celebrity Almanac, Living Almanac of Disasters, Moron's Almanac, MyTravelGuide.com, Planet Earth Almanac, Price's List of Lists, StarDate, Top Ten of Everything, Uncle Woody's Almanac (what happened on the day you were born), Whatweather, and World Population. See also Resource-Zone. DMOZ Public Forum sponsored by members of the DMOZ Editor Community.
Bartleby.com. Great Books Online - Reference: Encyclopedia, Dictionary, Thesaurus, Quotations, and English Usage.
The Britannica Concise. Dictionary with concise definitions from Britannica. Over 25,000 alphabetical entries.
Britannica.com. Free, full text online version of Encyclopaedia Britannica.
The Canadian Encyclopedia. Full text of an encyclopedia about Canada and its people. Multimedia version. Includes interactive maps, graphs, games, and Real Audio interview.
Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Largest one-volume general encyclopedia available. Year 2000 publication. Full-text searchable with direct links to related subjects.
Daily Almanac. Categories include: This Day in History, Today's Birthdays, Today's Word Quiz, Link of the Day, Today's Weather, Facts Behind the News, Breaking News, and Ask the Editors.
Encarta Encyclopedia 2012. Free download. Encyclopedia, dictionary, and atlas online.
Encyclopedia Smithsonian: The Smithsonian from A to Z with links to resources on subjects from Art to Zoology.
Guinness World Records. First edition of The Guinness Book of Records appeared in 1955. A fact may only become a Guinness World Record™ when it's tested, verified and elevated above all suspicion. With sales of more than 100 million copies in 100 different countries and 24 languages, Guinness World Records™ is the world's best ever selling copyright book.
Internet Slang - Internet Dictionary. See also:
30 Trendy Internet Slang Words and Acronyms You Need To Know To Fit In
Slang Dictionary - Text Slang & Internet Slang Words. A guide to everyday acronyms and obscure abbreviations. Search the Internet Slang Dictionary.
20 Dictionary Words That Originated From The Internet
Urban Dictionary: internet slang
The Evolution of Language: How Internet Slang Changes the Way We Speak. Blog by Lindsay Kolowich, 6 Oct. 2014.
OneLook Dictionary Search. Search dictionary web sites for words and phrases. 7,974,632 words in 975 dictionaries indexed.
Online Medical Dictionary of Medical Terms and Definitions from eMedicine Health.
University of Virginia Library - Research. Find Books, Articles, and More. Guides by Subject and Format.
Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. Type a word, click GO to search the encyclopedia, or click SEARCH to see Article title matches and Article text matches. Articles provide numerous additional hyperlinks.
Ireland's Lake Monster from About.com. See also: Eerieland: A Tour of Paranormal Ireland by Davy Russell. Banshees, Fairies, Religious Phenomenon, Ghosts, Lake Monsters of Ireland.
Loch Ness Monster from Simple English Wikipedia.
Monsters, Myths and Mystery: Great Canadian Legends from CBC.ca. Sasquatch or ogled Ogopogo, Nokomis, Winona, shape-shifting spirit Nanabozho, legendary loup-garou (the lone werewolf).
Monster Myths - Totally Crazy Monster Myths (That Are Actually True!) from National Geographic.
● Bigfoot: Man-Monster or Myth? By Benjamin Radford, Live Science Contributor, Nov 6, 2012.
● Abominable Snowman - mythology by Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica. Alternative Titles: Nee-gued, Yeti, bear-man. Abominable Snowman, Tibetan Yeti, mythical monster resembling a large, hairy, apelike being supposed to inhabit the Himalayas at about the level of the snow line.
● Yeti from Wikipedia. The Yeti or Abominable Snowman is a folkloric ape-like creature taller than an average human, that is said to inhabit the Himalayan mountains.
● 5 facts about the Loch Ness Monster from History Extra, the official website for BBC History Magazine, BBC History Revealed and BBC World Histories Magazine.
● Storsie - Storsjöodjuret from Wikipedia. In Swedish folklore, the Storsjöodjuret, literally "The Great-Lake Monster" is a lake monster said to live in the 90-metre-deep (300 ft) lake Storsjön in Jämtland in the middle of Sweden.
● Mokele-mbembe from Wikipedia. In Congo River Basin mythology, Mokele-mbembe, "one who stops the flow of rivers", is a water-dwelling entity, sometimes described as a living creature, sometimes as a spirit.
Top Ten Media Myths About UFOs, Extra-Terrestrial Aliens, Bigfoot, Abominable Snowman, Sasquatch, Loch Ness Monster, Piltdown Man, Roswell, Area 51, Antigravity Aircraft, Crop Circles, Bermuda Triangle, and Life on Mars.
World Mysteries - Mystic Places. Strange Artifacts. Ancient Writings. Science Mysteries. What's New
Complete Listing of World Wonders by Michael Bradley - Time Traveler. This is re-posted from StumbleUpon, via wonderclub.com. 1. The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. 2. The Seven Wonders of the Medieval Mind. 3. The Seven Natural Wonders of the World. 4. The Seven Underwater Wonders of the World. 5. The Seven Wonders of the Modern World. 6. The Seven Forgotten Natural Wonders of the World. 7. The Seven Forgotten Modern Wonders of the World. 8. The Seven Forgotten Wonders of the Medeival Mind. 9. The Forgotten Wonders.
● The New 7 Wonders of the World. YouTube video, 3:48 min.
● 7 Wonders of the World | Update Your General Knowledge. YouTube video, 2:45 min. Published on May 17, 2014 by SuccessCDs Education.
● New 7 Wonders of Nature.
● The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
● Seven Wonders of the Ancient World from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
● The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World - BBC Documentary. YouTube video, 1 hr. 35:47 min.
● Seven Wonders of the Ancient World CNN Destinations - Scroll down to click on name of wonder.
● Seven Wonders of the Ancient World - Discovery Channel Documentary. YouTube video, 1 hr. 34:49 min. Published on Apr 22, 2013 by Leisa Morrano. "The Seven Wonders of the World (or the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World) refers to remarkable constructions of classical antiquity listed by various authors in guidebooks popular among the ancient Hellenic tourists, particularly in the 1st and 2nd centuries BC ... Of the original Seven Wonders, only one - the Great Pyramid of Giza, the oldest of the ancient wonders - remains relatively intact."
● The Seven Wonders of the Medieval Mind
● The Seven Natural Wonders of the World
● Seven Natural Wonders of the World CNN Destinations
● Seven Natural Wonders of the World [NEW 2014] Must Watch. YouTube video, 3:32 min.
● The Seven Underwater Wonders of the World
● The Seven Wonders of the Modern World
● Seven Wonders of the Modern World - Civil Engineering Measurements.
● The Seven Forgotten Natural Wonders of the World
● The Seven Forgotten Modern Wonders of the World
● The Seven Forgotten Medieval Wonders of the World
● The Forgotten Wonders of the World.
● Top 10 [Lost] Wonders of the World. YouTube video, 2:40 min. Published on Jun 11, 2014 by Top10World. 10) "Valley of Love" - Lost Wonders of the World. 9) Victoria Falls. 8) Temple of Artemis. 7) Lighthouse of Alexandria. 6) Hanging Gardens of Babylon. 5) Hagia Sophia. 4) Taj Mahal of Agra. 3) Cristo Rendetor Statue (Christ the Redeemer statue). 2) Petra. 1) Great Wall of China.
● 15 Most Dangerous Places on Earth. YouTube video, 7:47 min. Published on Dec 15, 2014 by Danger Dolan.
● 20 Largest Animals of All Time. YouTube video, 8:08 min. Published on Mar 5, 2014 by Danger Dolan.
● Abnormally Large Animals That Are Actually Real. YouTube video, 5:00 min. Published on May 2, 2015 by TheRichest.
● Amazing Things You Won't Believe Exist in Nature. YouTube video, 2:05 min. Published on Jul 25, 2013 by Minds Eye Design.
● Earth's 10 Most Mysterious Lost Worlds. YouTube video, 7:55 min. Published on Oct 25, 2014 by Hybrid Librarian.
● Top 10 Amazing Places on Earth You Won't Believe Are Real. YouTube video, 8:36 min. Published on Jul 17, 2014 by Top Media.
● 10 Lost Cities That Have Been Found. YouTube video, 9:20 min. Published on Dec 14, 2014 by Top Media.
● 10 Lost Treasures No One Can Find. YouTube video, 12:10 mi. Published on Dec 12, 2014 by Top Media. Lost treasures - from sunken vessels to secret cities.
● Top 10 Places You Can't Visit. YouTube video, 10:26 min. Published on Jul 7, 2014 by Top Media.
● 10 Strangest Buildings in the World. YouTube video, 5:59 min. Published on Jan 18, 2015 by Top Media.
● World's 10 Most Incredible Discoveries. YouTube video, 6:13 min. Published on Oct 8, 2012 by Hybrid Librarian.
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How Stuff Works. Search in HowStuffWorks.com to find information on how things work. Include numerous related Web links.
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How to use chopsticks. Step-by-step guide.
How to Use Chopsticks. YouTube video, 1:56 min.
WannaLearn.com: Education beyond schooling. Over 350 categories of free, first-rate, family-safe online tutorials, guides, and instruction Websites. Numerous topics to choose from: Academic Subjects, Spiritual & Paranormal, Personal Enrichment, Business & Careers, Computers & the Internet, Fitness & Health, Sports & Leisure, Fine Arts, Crafts & Hobbies, Home & Garden, Financial Management, and Just for Fun.
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The Business Publications Search Engine. Directory of over 200 free subscriptions to Business & Trade Publications.
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Magastack. Thousands of free magazines you can read for free online. Discover the world of free magazines including: People, Times, Cosmopolitan, Better Homes, Playboy, Sports Illustrated, Glamour, etc.
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Robert's Rules of Order by General Henry M. Robert, U.S. Army.
For Art Museums see 708 Art collections, Art museums, (Art galleries)
20 Wonderful Online Museums and Sites.
24 Hour Museum - Official Guide to UK Museums, Galleries, Exhibitions and Heritage. Museum Index to 3478 museums and galleries.
CAN - Collections Australia Network. Australian cultural heritage collections online. Search Collections: Powerhouse Museum, Libraries Australia, Picture Australia, NSW State Records, Museum Victoria, and National Museum of Australia.
Canadian Museums by Province. List of Museums in Canada from Wikipedia.
List of museums in the United States from Wikipedia.
List of most visited art museums in the world from Wikipedia.
Museums in New York City.
National Museums of Scotland: Royal Museum, Museum of Scotland, Museum of Flights, Museum of Scottish Country Life, Shambellie House Museum of Costume, National War Museum of Scotland.
Smithsonian: Museums - Current Exhibitions. See also: Smithsonian Institution - Explore & Learn Online Resources: Art and Design, History and Culture, Science and Nature.
These Are the 25 Best Museums in the World by Samantha Grossman, Time, Sept. 17, 2014.
Top 10 Museums and Galleries selected by National Geographic.
Vatican Museums Online. Including History of the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, and more. Virtual View of Sistine Chapel accompanied by vocal music. Use your mouse to manipulate view of the entire Sistine Chapel, walls, floor, ceiling, zoom in to see details.
Virtual Library Museum Pages (VLmp). Links to museums around the world: Africa, Austria, Canada, Croatia, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Hungary, Latin America, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, USA, and Rest of the world.
Virtual Museum of Canada.
Virtual Tours of Museums, Exhibits and Points of Special Interest. These Sites present over 300 Museums, Exhibits, Points of Special Interest and Real-Time journeys which offer online multimedia guided tours on the Web.
1stHeadlines: Top News Headlines. News from U.S. and Around the World. Other news categories include: Business, Health, Lifestyles, Sports, Technology, and Weather. Enter a word, press 'Search' to find all headlines containing that word.
ABYZ News Links. Gateway to Newspapers, News Media, and News Sources from around the World. Primarily composed of newspapers but also includes many broadcast stations, internet services, magazines, and press agencies. A well-maintained site with over 20,000 links to quality news sources worldwide.
Arab News. The Middle East's English language daily newspaper. Includes Islam Prayer Times, Weather in Saudi Arabia.
Best News Resources for Kids from Common Sense Media.
ChannelOne.com - Channel One News for teens in middle and high schools.
Christian Science Monitor. World news coverage with at least one religious article per day. Past issues accessible.
CNN.com Daily Almanac Archive - On This
Archive of CNN's Daily News Almanac - 1998, 1997, 1996
CNN Middle East
CNN Special Reports
and much more.
News Summaries from New York Times for Middle and High School Students.
Newseum: Today's Front Pages. 940 front pages on August 7, 2015. Through a special agreement with more than 2,000 newspapers worldwide, the Newseum displays these front pages each day. Top Ten. Archives arranged by topic, going back to Feb. 2, 2013.
Newspaper Thief Caught on Camera in Ontario, Canada 27 August 2020. YouTube video, 1:12 min.
NewspaperIndex.com. A journalist owned project. Database of the best newspapers in every country in the world is evaluated and updated daily.
Online Newspaper Directory for the World. Thousands of Newspapers Listed by Country and Region.
The Paperboy. Over 6000 Online Newspapers from more than 191 countries. UK and Canadian editions of Paperboy available online. Search by newspapers or by countries. Site based in Western Australia, started by Ian, now maintained with help of his brother Andrew.
Wall Street Executive Library. Links to major newspapers in the United States, Canada, as well as to international newspapers around the world. Includes links to many major reference sites and resources in all subject areas. A very valuable and well maintained site. (Retired in October 2018).
Wikipedia: List of online newspaper archives from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The WorldNews Network. Colorful and attractive links to the world's news. Easy access to the world's Headlines by continents, Photos, World News, Sports, Entertainment, Science, and Business.
World Press Review Online. Founded in 1997, Worldpress.org provides first-hand look at issues and debates that occupy the world's newspapers and magazines. Contents include: World Headlines, Front Page, Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe, Middle East, E-Mail Updates, News Feeds, World Newspapers, Country Profiles, Documents in the News, Archives dating from August 2001 of World Press Review Back Issues, and more.
Yahoo! News. Top news headlines on current events from Yahoo! News.
Canada - Newspapers. From NewsDirectory.com. Links to all newspapers across Canada are arranged by Area Codes within Provinces and Territories, e.g. a local newspaper such as Toronto Star is listed under Area Code 416; Mississauga News under Area Code 905.
Canada.com. News Search powered by National Post & Canadian Press. Current news top stories. Categories include: National news, World news, Business news, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Technology, Oddities, Agriculture, and All The News
Canadian Newspapers. Read Canadian newspapers the minute they are published. Links to newspapers from British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, Quebec and elsewhere in Canada.
Local Newspapers. Links to local newspapers in areas of Burlington, Calgary, Edmonton, Fredericton, Hamilton, Kamloops, Kelowna, Kingston, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Nanaimo, Niagara Falls, Ottawa, Penticton, Red Deer, Saint John, St. Johns, Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria, and Windsor, as well as Local Online News in cities across Canada.
50states.com - United States Newspapers. Links to over 3,300 United States Newspapers.
AP - Associated Press.
● Breaking News.
● AP - Formats - Archive.
● About AP.
United States Newspapers. Direct links to 2,400 newspapers organized by state.
U.S. News Archives on the Web. Click for newspapers from Alabama - DC, Florida - Kentucky, Louisiana - North Carolina, Ohio - Wisconsin, plus Non Daily Newspapers.
Canada TV Stations. Watch online, from Streema.com.
List of Canadian TV Stations - Television Stations of Canada from Wikipedia.
List of United States over-the-air television networks from Wikipedia.
Airwaves Canada! - Canadian Radio Stations. Toronto Television Channels and Links.
Canadian Radio Stations. Radio stations across Canada arranged by Provinces. Within each Province, stations are arranged alphabetically by names of cities or towns.
CBC.ca. Canada's NewsNetwork provides news and information from Canada and the world 24 hours a day. Watch latest newscast online.
CNN.com. CNN on TV, CNN NewsStand, CNN Radio, CNN International, Headline News, News Brief, News of the World, Multimedia Showcase, Free E-mail and more.
Committee to Protect Journalists from CPJ Press Freedom Online. Journalist news by country in Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe & Central Asia, Middle East & North Africa. Articles include: IRAQ: Journalists in Danger - Deaths, Abductions, Reports and Commentary. Viewpoints include: 10 Most Censored Countries, China's Jailed e-Journalists. See also Editorial Cartoons.
FRONTLINE - Thought provoking journalism on air and online. Besides detailed reports, free online viewing of FRONTLINE TV programs is available at this site. Watch FRONTLINE Online.
Getting it Right: A Passion for Accuracy by Chip Scanlan, from Poynter Online. "Accuracy is the goal; fact-checking is the process. ... The way to achieve accuracy is to develop a system and adhere to it religiously. ... pay attention to three faultlines: During the reporting, During the Writing, After the Writing. ..."
Newstalk 1010 - (Old CFRB-AM-1010 Toronto). Listen Live to News Talk Radio. Traffic, Weather, Sports, Business, Show Information, Comedy, Promotions, Links, Archives, Canadian and World News.
newswise: Search Tools for Reporters. SciNews, MedNews, BizNews, and LifeNews. Covers news releases from institutions conducting research in science, medicine, business and others. You can search, browse, or download articles.
Online Journalism Review from University of Southern California. Covers full range of journalistic issues in all media, with emphasis on Internet. Gat resource for journalists and researchers.
Poynter Online. Everything you need to be a better journalist. The Poynter Institute is a school for journalists, future journalists, and teachers of journalists. Topics include: Design / Graphics, Diversity, Ethics, Fact Checking, Leadership, Online, Photojournalism, Writing / Editing, TV / Radio, Resource Center with Tip Sheets, Journalism Links, Resource Files, and Bibliographies.
Radio Locator. A comprehensive radio station search engine with links to over 10,000 radio station Web pages and over 2500 audio streams from radio stations in the United States Radio Stations, Canada, and Around the World.
Book Editors: Debut Novels, Book Publishers: First Novels. Free list of 400 book publishers and book editors for first fiction and first-time novelists. How to find a book publisher for your novel. By John Kremer, a book marketing expert.
Book Publishers. Listings of Websites of book publishers. Find postal addresses, telephone and fax numbers, as well as email addresses of listed publishers. Some sites include Contact for Authors, Featured book, Author's profile, Book review, etc. Categories: Business & Law, Comics & Graphic Novels, Computers & Technology, Cookbooks, Fiction, Fine Arts, Hobbies & Crafts, Inspirational & Self-Improvement, Poetry, Rare & Antiquarian Books, Religion & Spirituality, Travel & Regional, University Presses.
International Standard Numbers (ISNs) from Library and Archives Canada (formerly National Library of Canada).
● About ISBN (International Standard Book Number)
● Canadian ISBN Publishers' Directory.
● As of August 1, 2007, the Canadian ISBN Service System (CISS) has replaced the former ISBN procedure with a single, seamless application.
● About ISSN (International Standard Serial Number)
● ISSN Application Form
isbn.org. Frequently Asked Questions about the ISBN, including: What is an ISBN? The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a 10-digit number that uniquely identifies books and book-like products published internationally. Purpose and format of an ISBN, and more.
Publishers. Long list of Publishers in the London area, from London Online.
Publishers Weekly. The International Voice for Book Publishing and Book Selling.
Self Publishing. Book publisher offering a joint venture self publishing program for multicultural and cutting edge works, especially nonfiction and memoirs.
Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library. David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University. Links to Digitized collections, e.g. Emergence of Advertising in America with a database of over 9,000 advertising items and publications, 1850-1920, Ad*Access with an image database of over 7,000 advertisements printed in U.S. and Canadian newspapers and magazines, 1911-1955, Historic American Sheet Music with digital images of over 16,000 pages of sheet music from 3042 pieces published in the United States, 1850-1920, and many more. Also includes Exhibits, Student Projects, and Guides to the Collections.