Do you have a library card?
In a quest for resources and information both online and
offline resources can assist the person in
seek of knowledge. Whether you're looking for background
research for a science project, or merely want to read the
lastest in scientific endeavors, your local library has
resources that are at your disposal. Many libraries have online websites, and
offer services to Internet users.
The American Library
Association lists member libraries in the US, as well as
Do you have your library card?
- The Internet Public
Library provides access to specific collections and has
information and "pathfinders" for locating electronic and
print-based materials in a variety of subjects.
- The US Library of
Congress provides free access to its card catalog, online
exhibitions, and information concerning upcoming events.
- Yahoo's Public Library Listings can help you locate your
nearest public library.
WWW Virtual Library was started as a means for cataloging online
information in various topics, science and otherwise.
The library home page lives at CERN
in Switzerland, though sites around the globe maintain the individual listings.
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