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The Web is always moving, always changing. As some Web sites come, others go, but the most effective sites have been well established. A Subject Guide to Quality Web Sites provides a list of key web sites in various disciplines that will assist researchers with a solid starting point for their queries. The sites included in this collection are stable and have librarian tested high-quality information: the most important attribute information can have. The sites in this volume are arranged into 16 major categories: Arts and Humanities; Books, Electronic, and Print; Business; Computing; Education; Health and Medicine; History and Culture; Home and Recreation; Law; Libraries, Museums, and Museum Studies; Mathematics; News; Physical Sciences; Reference (General Information); Social Sciences; and Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism. Although the scope of the book is broad, it touches upon subjects useful to a variety of researchers: from grade school, high school or college students to business professionals, teachers, and professors.

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