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How to Best Use the Web: Navigating the Web and getting the most from your surfing can be a daunting task to say the least. Follow this link to our six step method to learning which sites are the best or worst for which tasks, what search engines do and which ones to use, and how to interpret the vast array of Web pages available.

Introducing the Internet: Read this brief overview of all that the Internet has to offer and feel comfortable utilizing the “information highway”.

Research Papers Handbook: Tips on how to find a topic, do research online, and write a research paper. No freebies here; it's real work.

Dictionary Resource: A quick and easy dictionary reference.

Quotations: Home page for Bartlett's quotations.

Webster's: A searchable index to Webster's dictionary and thesaurus.

How to Write Term Papers: Dr. John T. Rourke, University of Connecticut, provides tips on writing term papers that should meet most instructor's expectations.

Conducting Web-Based Research: The CARS Checklist (Credibility, Accuracy, Reasonableness, Support) will guide you through the process of separating the high-quality content from the poor-quality information.

Major Search Engines: This section is presented in a handy reference format, with the list arranged in order of power and importance rather than alphabetically, so that you can easily choose the tools appropriate for your particular searches.

Search Engines: Links to all of the major search engines and a brief description of each.