There are a number of Online Search Engines and Internet Resource Guides that can help the user of the World Wide Web find the information they want online. Access to a number of these can be found under "Online Sources" (below). First, Rutgers University's extensive list of Search Engines and Internet Resource Guides occurs. Then some of the more popular Search Engines and Online Directories are introduced, with a brief summary of each system's characteristics.
[Alta Vista] [WebCrawler] [Inktomi] [Open Text] [WWWW] [Lycos] [Deja News] [Excite] [Internet Search]
[MetaCrawler(Beta)] [ SavvySearch] [c|net's search.com] [All-In-One] [EZ-Find at The River] [Find-It!] [The Internet Sleuth] [Starting Point] [Web Search] [Link Search]
[Yahoo] [InfoSeek] [EInet Galaxy] [WWW Virtual Library] [Electronic resources] [Rice Info] [Electronic Serials ] [U.S.Govt gopher servers] [Reference Internet Resources]
The following information comes from an article by Jeff Prosise entitled "Researching With the Web," in PC Magazine (June 11, 1996), pp. 235, 238.
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