A vast array of resources are available through the Internet. You want to be sure that the information and resources you find electronically are of the same high quality as the print references you might locate at the college library.
Where can I find reputable web sites?
For college-level research your information must be from authoritative, reputable sources. The Carroll Community College Library home page acts as a gateway to appropriate, useful web sites. Look at the following possibilities:
- SUBJECT RESEARCH GUIDES
One sure-fire way to find quality web sites is to look at the Subject Research Guides on the library home page.
- REFERENCE RESOURCES
In addition to electronic encyclopedia and book links, the Reference Resources portion of the library home page has links to many useful web sites, such as biographical information, financial calculators, statistics, maps, and more.
- LIBRARY CATALOG
Another possible place to find appropriate sites is through the library catalog. It contains links to many web sites and other electronic resources that have been reviewed or suggested by faculty and/or library staff.