Template for Recording
Information from Internet Sources
Download this template created by Ann Raimes to record information
about sources you find on the Internet.
Keeping Records of Print and Online
Print this document created by Ann Raimes, and use it to keep
records of all the necessary details of the sources you consult and
intend to refer to in your writing. Fill out all the blanks for which
information is available. You will then have the appropriate material
at hand when it is time to prepare your list of works you have cited.
(Hint: To print this document, click into the frame that you wish to
print and then select "Print" from your browser's navigation bar.)
for Managing Internet Files
Go to this site for tips on how to manage files you access from
the Internet. On a sheet that you can print and keep, you'll find
nuts and bolts advice on how to store and name files you download.
EBSCO Publishing develops and produces electronic reference
databases for schools, academic libraries, public libraries, medical
libraries and corporations. Comprehensive full text databases are
available on CD-ROM and online via EBSCOhost®.
The English Server, a cooperative that has been publishing
humanities texts online since 1990, offers over 18,000 works covering
a broad range of topics and types of media, including audio and
graphic sources. Search the site for topics of interest to you, send
comments, join the mailing lists.
A Guide to Web
Exploring this site will acquaint you with specific rules for
major search tools including Alta Vista, Excite, Yahoo, and
WebCrawler. Find out how to get the most useful hits when you use
search tools. You'll also find general search tips and links to
useful articles about search tools on the web.
Writing Resources Page
If you need help finding sources on and off the Internet for
writing and researching a paper, come here. You'll find reference
material, a writing style library, web search engines, Internet
reference resources, writing-related reference resources,
writing-related web sites, and writing reference sites.
Libraries on the
Libweb's Library Servers via WWW list over 2000 pages from
libraries in over 70 countries. This site is updated daily at
midnight, Pacific Time.
Library of Congress
The Library of Congress web site offers resources including the
catalogs of the Library of Congress and other libraries, databases on
special topics, and other Library of Congress Internet resources for
researchers and information professionals.
University Site on Evaluating Internet Sources
Widener University's Wolfgram Memorial Library provides materials
for evaluating web resources and a bibliography of materials on
applying critical thinking techniques to web resources.
The World Wide
Web Virtual Library
This site contains links to research topics in areas ranging from
engineering to business to international affairs to regional studies