Subject guides are designed to provide you with web sites dealing with a specific topic. Click on any of the above subject areas to be taken to a listing of pertinent sites on that subject.
Note: The indentations in our examples are representational only. Please note that the second line and all subsequent lines of actual citations are indented exactly five spaces.
- Note: Many of the web sites chosen and annotations used were originally found in:
|DiGeorgio, Marvin and Sylvia Lesage. The 21st |
Century Teachers' Guide to
Recommended Internet Sites. New York:
Neal Schuman Publishers, Inc., 2001.
Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet
This site is an annotated guide to scholarly resources about Shakespeare available on the Internet.
The OnLine Books Page
There are more than eleven thousand books, including classics, linked to this page.Search by title, author or subject.
VOS English Literature
This comprehensive site contains of links to resources in all areas of literature.
Guide to Grammar and Writing
This site offers resources for the study of grammar and writing.
The OWL at Purdue
ArtLex - Dictionary of Visual Art
Defines more than 3,300 terms relating to visual arts, along with pictures and links to other resources on the Web.
- World Wide Art Resources
- This site is a catalog of online exhibits, museum guides,artists indexes and more.
Dictionaries, Glossaries and Lexicons Online
Foreign Language Resources
This site is a listing of links to foreign language resources available on the Web.
Calculator City: A Web Resource for Mathematics, Algebra, Science, etc.
This is an interactive site filled with special calculators designed for math and science applications.
The Math Forum
Math resources from Drexel University.
Great Science Discoveries of the 1990s.
Chemical Elements.com - An Interactive Periodic Table of the Elements
Science references online.
Scientific American: Ask the Experts
Search the archives at this site is any of the following categories: astronomy, biology, chemistry, environment, geology or physics.
This site, sponsored by the Library of Congress, is designed to help you use the American Memory digital collection.
A good source for biographical information on hundreds of famous people.
State government information and services, as well as information especially for students.
The CIA maintains this site filled with geographic and demographic information about countries of the world.
You can find nearly 600 maps through this site.
United States Government:
The White House
The House of Representatives
The Catholic Encyclopedia
Theology Library at Spring Hill College
Subject guides to Catholic and Social issues.
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Catechism. New American Bible. Statements and speeches.
Vatican: The Holy See
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