Subject Directories: Library

Many university libraries review, collect, and organize material into subject guides so it may be more easily found and used for research. Below are two examples.

University of California, Riverside's Infomine


Infomine
Reproduced with permission from Infomine.

Metropolitan State University's Jumpstart Subject Guide to Resources


Jumpstart

These highlight the most important sources in an academic discipline.

They provide links to online sites in a subject.

The material selected for inclusion has been reviewed by librarians and is usually annotated. They also highlight important books and journals that are available in the Metropolitan State University libraries.

Other excellent library subject directories:  AcademicInfo.net, Librarians' Index to the Internet (lli.org), Social Science Information Gateway (sosig.ac.uk), and the Michigan Electronic Library (elibrary.mel.org).
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