This is a collection of free, quality websites. However, some free sites will ask you to create a username and password in order to access them. Also, some sites may ask you to upgrade to a paid subscription. The Library only promotes the free version of these websites.
How do you know if the website you have found on Google will be acceptable to your professor in your research paper?
For more information:
Evaluating Web Pages by UC Berkeley
Evaluating Websites by PB Works
This webpage explains why Wikipedia is a questionable resource.
Why Does My Professor Hate Wikipedia?
A webliography is a bibliography of websites, usually annotated with descriptions.
Annotated Webliography (U. of Mississippi)
Sample of Annotated Webliography
|Almanacs & Facts||"Edutainment"||Music|
|Atlases & Maps||Film||Political Science|
|Business & Accounting||Forensics||Reference|
|Calculators & Measures||Government||Religion|
|Chemistry||Health & Medicine||Science|
|Communication & Speech||History||Sculpture|
|Computers & Technology||Humanities||Social Sciences|
|Earth Science||Marine Science||Theater|
|Economics||Math & Business||Weather & Climate|
|Education||Mathematics||Writing & Citation|
Advanced Google Searching
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