INTERNET RESOURCES FOR THEOLOGICAL RESEARCH
Compiled by Mitzi J. Budde, Head Librarian and Professor
An extensive annotated site, organized by subject area, with links to electronic texts and journals, reference resources, teaching resources, discussion groups, and websites.
Research portal to the nation’s library, available to you in DC and online.
A comprehensive portal for many types of general reference aids: news, dictionary, thesaurus, people finders -- quick look-up guide for all types of information.
Currently the premier search engine for the Internet.
Google’s Advanced Search page: http://www.google.com/advanced_search.
Google’s Search Features: http://www.google.com/intl/en/help/features.html
The “Search Features” page provides specialty search windows for books, dictionary definitions, phrase searches, fill in the blank searches, etc.
Internet Archives: http://www.archive.org/index.php
A digital library of the web. The Wayback Machine provides historical snapshots of websites as they were.