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After you have searched for books and articles on your topic you may want to find some web sources for organizations, images and videos, digitized collections,  or statistics.



Library Course Guides

Web directories



Evaluating information

Citing resources
The PC Writing Center



Course Related Library Guides

-include a variety of websites related to your course or subject

Thomason Library Guides are grouped by discipline. Choose an area related to your topic, then select a guide.

Note the navigation links at the top of the guide. Choose Websites for links to course related web sources.

Library Guides also contain links to dictionaries and specialized encyclopedias, book and article databases within a discipline, and subject & keyword search examples.





-a collection of high quality Internet resources categorized by subject with descriptions

These reviewed websites are more academically oriented than most information on the web.



-site built by librarians containing scholarly Internet resource collections

Browse or search by subject category. Example: Humanities, American history





- digital images in international collections of visual material from different time-periods, cultures, and disciplines

Search or browse by geography, medium, collection, topic, and more.

CAMIO-Catalog of Art Museum Images Online

-art works from prominent museums from around the world

Search with keywords or browse by medium.


World Digital Library

-a growing collection of digitized materials from countries and cultures around the world

Browse by topic or time period.









-a full range of official statistical information produced by the Federal Government

Choose from statistical profiles by state, government agencies by subject, and more.

Global Health Observatory (GHO)

-WHO portal monitoring the global health situation with critical data and analyses for key health themes, country profiles, as well as direct access to the full database. The WHO Statistical Information System (WHOSIS) has been upgraded and incorporated into this portal to provide you with more data, tools, analysis and reports.

U. S. Census Bureau Statistics

-an A-Z index of topics from births and building permits to trade and transportation

Provides topics in addition to those found in FedStats.

World Bank Group: Data & Statistics

-World Bank development indicators, with databases on gender, education, health, poverty and country data.


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