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Introduction to Searching the Internet
Information Resources
Human Resources
Digital Resources
Finding Digital Resources
Evaluating Internet Resources
Organizing Your Research
Topic-Oriented Research Directories
Search Engines
Primary Document Resources
1. Topic-Oriented Directories
2. Search Engines
3. Net-Smarts -- or becoming Netwise
4. S.E.A.R.C.H.

Finding Digital Resources

Earlier tools for finding resources on the Internet included programs like Archie, Veronica, and Jughead, owing to the eccentricities of the programmers who developed them. A popular analogy during those years was that the Internet was like a used book store -- after an earthquake. Today's tools make the Internet appear, at least, to be more organized. There are essentially three main tools or categories of tools that you can use to find digital resources on the Internet. They are: Topic-Oriented Directories, Search Engines, and NetSmarts -- or becoming Netwise

Section: Finding Digital Resources
Page 1: Topic-Oriented Directories
Page 2: Search Engines
Page 3: Net-Smarts -- or becoming Netwise
Page 4: S.E.A.R.C.H.

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