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Internet Research Guide
If you plan to use the Internet to help you with researching topics and projects for school, be sure to check out Jason Snartís Internet Research Guide
, available as a resource on the Houghton Mifflin College home page.
Ann Raimesís Links Across the Curriculum
This collection of research starting points for 24 subject areas is part of Houghton Mifflinís online companion to Ann Raimesís handbook Keys for Writers
Modern Languages Association
This site provides information on current usage, style, and citation rules for disciplines in the humanities.
American Psychological Association
This site provides a style guide for psychology and other social sciences fields. Take some time to look for differences between MLA and APA.
Guide to Grammar and Writing
An extensive resource for writers which focuses on grammar. The site is run by Capital Community College in Connecticut.
The Eserver: Accessible Online Publishing
Eserver provides online versions of numerous texts. Online versions are no substitute for printed works (especially because you can make annotations in printed works but not online works), but online versions are good printed-text companions, since they make searching for particular keywords (using your web browserís "Find" command) extremely easy.
Libweb: Library WWW Servers
Libweb lists the web addresses for libraries (public and private) around the world.
The Library of Congress
The Library of Congress website can be a good place to start e-research on a wide range of subjects.
Bartlettís Familiar Quotations
Using this site, you can find quotations to add to a paper or trace quotations to their original source.
Glossary of Literary Terms
Jason Snartís Glossary of Literary Terms is part of the Houghton Mifflin companion web site to John Schwiebertís Reading and Writing from Literature
Perseus Digital Library
This huge digital library, hosted at Tufts University, covers culture and literature from 2000 B.C. to this century.