College Libraries

Internet libraries

Need something to read? Project Gutenberg provides access to over 20,000 ebooks.
The Internet Public Library provides links to information available online, organized by subject.
The Librarians' Internet Index provides links to high-quality websites selected by librarians on a wide range of topics.
Library Spot links to libraries, reference materials, and publications.

National/Government Libraries

The National Archives Archives Library Information Center (ALIC) provides access to information about American history and government, including primary sources and images.
The U.S. Department of Education's Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) provides access to education literature through journal articles and other education-related resources.
The U.S. Government Printing Office makes official information from all three branches of government available on the Internet. The link for Ben's Guide to U.S. Government is great for NSL reviews.
Among other things, the Library of Congress website provides access to multimedia American History resources through its American Memory collection and access to legislative information through THOMAS.
NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center Library provides access to freely available materials for scientific and technical research, with a focus on aerospace engineering and space and earth sciences.
USDA's National Agricultural Library supports research in agriculture and related sciences by providing access to resources such as USDA publications and information on plants and animals.
The National Institute of Health Library supports biomedical and behavioral research. The Research Tools pull-down menu has links to online books, journals, websites, and subject searches.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology Virtual Library provides access to information on biotechnology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, and physics, among other subjects.
The NIH's National Library of Medicine links to countless resources, including Medline Plus, which provides everyday health and drug information and PubMed, which accesses biomedical journals.
The U.S. Department of Commerce's NOAA Library facilitates research on climate, weather, oceans, and fishery; includes links to government publications, maps, and charts.
Plan your next vacation by visiting the U.S. Department of the Interior's National Park Service Library, which provides links to national parks and their libraries.
Use the search tools at the Smithsonian Institution Libraries website to locate information on history, science, art, architecture, and culture, or simply browse some of their digital special collections.

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