Engines and Subject Directories
A search engine where you can ask questions in plain English (natural
Microsoft's "decision engine" suggests topics related
to your search. It also retrieves images and video.
This medium-sized search engine gives you many options to refine
your search. It also has an image search option.
Gigablast has many advanced search options plus it gives other
suggested topics (called Giga Bits) at the top of your search resulsts
This search engine ranks results based on the number of links
to a page. The "I'm feeling lucky" button takes you directly to
the highest ranked page for your search. Google
image search is great for finding pictures.
This subject directory from the University of California, Riverside
contains a collection of annotated, scholarly Internet resources.
ipl2 is the result of a merger of the Internet Public Library
and the Librarian's Internet Index.
A search engine for the sciences with over 450 million science
A popular subject directory and search engine.
College Library's Customized Search Engines
and Architecture on the Internet
Information on art, artists and architecture from the Smithsonian,
ArtLex, ArtSource, the Metropolitan Museum, World Wide Arts Resources,
Sources on the Internet
A search engine to assist students with locating primary sources
on the internet.