AcqWeb's Reference Resources
AcqWeb's pages are maintained for and by Acquisitions and Collection Development librarians and library staff, i.e. those who select and buy books in libraries of all types and sizes.
California State University Northridge
Guide to some of the best sites to find United States federal government reference sources available online. Some of these titles are also available in print format, which is particularly useful if you need older information as the internet often includes only very recent publications.
Children's Librarians Reference Sources
Starting to use the Internet for reference work can seem over-whelming. Where to start? These links take you to search engines, bibliographic tools and other general Internet resources of particular interest to children's librarians. I hope these sources will whet the appetite for independent exploration, which is how you'll find your very own favorite sites. When you do, don't keep them to yourself - e-mail them to the children's staff of the Berkeley Public Library, and we'll add the best to this page.
How Products are Made
Get detail explanation of the manufacturing process of daily household items to complicated electronic equipments, heavy machinery and more wide variety of products.
Internet Public Library
The Internet Public Library (IPL) features a searchable, subject-categorized directory of authoritative websites; links to online texts, newspapers, and magazines; and the Ask A Question online reference service.
Simple and fast access to dictionaries, thesauri, encyclopedias, world atlas, rhyming dictionary, etc.
Find the best library and reference resources at LibrarySpot.com, including top dictionaries, encyclopedias, newspapers, maps, quotations and much more.