Libraries and Related Information Resources
-- a university of arizona course on methods and approaches for studying the future

There is a good tutorial on using on-line resources for gathering information (Research Instruction On-line); this covers finding information and using special resources available only to UA faculty, staff and students. There are also a number of on-line journals available to UA folks. Note: to use the UA subscriptions you need to connect from within the UA domain ( or (the UA contractor for internet services).

University of Arizona

World Wide Web Virtual Library
Internet Public Library
Electric Library (some free areas others cost)
Libraries Unlimited
Library of Congress
American Library Association

California Digital Library

The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Subject Catalogue
Museums, Libraries, and Special Collections
University of Iowa Library Reference Gateway to Internet
Web (virtual) Subject Index
Reference works for History
WWW Meta-Indexes and Search Tools
The Electric Elibrary (wide range of sources)
U of Phoenix Electronic News Information Center
CIA Publications and Maps
Internet Public Library (U Michigan)
Michigan Electronic Library
FAQ List/Index
Catalogs with web interfaces
Travel the World for Knowledge
Thomas (U.S. legislative information)
Federal Information Exchange (all government web sites)
Newspapers online (worldwide)
Reference works for History
Direct Information Sources
WWW Meta-Indexes and Search Tools
Lists of newspapers and news sources on line
Listing of electronic magazines
Electronic Journals

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Prepared by Roger L. Caldwell