|General Resources||Search Engines||Subject Directories||Metasearchers|
Internet Public Library - Incredible collection of resources of "information you can trust" created by information science professionals. Users can search by subject, source type, or special collections. The "For Teens" section provides resources for homework, term papers, and other topics.
Jefferson Parish Library and Orleans Public Library - Don't forget about the resources avaliable at the public library. Search for books, use the database collection, or find out about library programming. (Databases can be used outside the library with a library card number)
USA.gov - The US government is the largest printer in the US and has information on just about anything. Make sure you use this site to search government information every time you research.
Assignment Calculator - Don't know how long that project will take to complete? Use this assignment calculator to stay on track.
Bartleby.com - Access lots of well known refrence books like Roget's Thesaurus, Bartlett's Quotations, and Strunk's Style.
Noodletools - Great site to help you organize a paper.
Google is not the only search engine. Always use a few different search engines to get the most out of the internet. Here is a list of search engines you can use.
Which Search Engine When? - A guide to help you decide which search engine to use.
Clusty - Search engine that returns results in clusters.
Quintura - Visual search engine.
Exalead - Get a sneak peak of the website with screen caps of the web page with results.
Subject Directories allow you to search by catagory.
Infomine - Directory of scholarly resources.
Gigablast - Provides when the site was published or indexed with result.
Kartoo - Visual metasearcher.