Library Course Pages
Library Course Pages provide access to selected databases, suggested websites and style sheets for UW-FDL courses.
- Artcyclopedia: Guide to Museum Quality Art on the Internet Impressive index of online exhibits of 5,000 artists on the internet. Search by artist's name or browse.
- ARTstor ARTstor Library's initial content includes approximately 500,000 images covering art, architecture and archeology.
Biography.com A searchable and browsable collection from A&E television.
- America's Career InfoNet Includes "wages and employment trends, occupational requirements, state by state labor market conditions" and more.
- Peterson's Education & Career Center Includes information on education from kindergarten to graduate school, studying abroad, careers and jobs, summer programs, special schools, financing education and more. Online viewbooks and brochures for many colleges and universities.
- ACS Style Guide UW-Madison Chemistry Library
- ACS Style Guide Williams College Library
- Clean Production Action
- General Chemistry Online Great resource for first semester General Chemistry.
- Environmental Chemistry.com
- Examples of Green Chemistry
- GCN: The Green Chemistry Network
- Google Patent Search
- Green Chemistry (from Chemistry Encyclopedia)
- Green Chemistry Institute (ACS)
- Greener Industry
- Green Chemistry | US EPA
- United States Patent & Trademark Office
- Why We Need Green Chemistry
- CountryWatch "Comprehensive background on the 192 countries of the world."
- Google Earth "...lets you fly anywhere on Earth to view satellite imagery, maps, terrain, 3D buildings, from galaxies in outer space to the canyons of the ocean."
- Maps & Geography: Online Maps, Games, Information Put out by National Geographic.
- FedStats "The gateway to statistics from over 100 U.S. Federal agencies."
- FirstGov.gov - Official website for searching the U. S. Government. User-friendly as sites are organized by "interesting topics". Can connect to nearly all online government resources from this site. There is a keyword search available for looking for specific information.
- Frequently Asked Questions of the U.S. Government A good place to start if you are unsure about which government agency will provide the answer to your questions. These are a compilation of the most frequently asked questions received by the government via calls, letters, or email.
PubMed National Library of Medicine's search service to access the almost 9 million citations found in MEDLINE, an index covering the fields of medicine, nursing, dentistry, veterinary medicine, the health care system, and the preclinical sciences.
- NetSERF: The Internet Connection for Medieval Resources Over 1,450 Web sites on the Middle Ages categorized by subject. Sites are also searchable by keyword or phrase.
- Remembering Pearl Harbor at nationalgeographic.com Includes multimedia map and guideline, searchable archive of survivors stories
- We Shall Overcome: Historic Places of the Civil Rights Movement National Register Travel Itinerary
- Congress.org Find out how to contact any federal elected official or a member of any government department. See what is happening in Congress and how your representatives voted.
- LII: Legal Information Institute Federal and individual state constitutions, statutes, and codes, index to laws by topic, and court opinions from Cornell Law School.
- Contacting the Congress Contact information for every member of Congress. There is also a search form to find the name of your representative if you are unsure.
- Chicago Tribune
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
- New York Times
- The Paperboy Listing of world's online newspapers. May search by country or see a list of "the best."
- USA Today
- World Rainforest Information Portal Internet gateway to rainforest information and resources
- Biology Online: Information in the Life Sciences Includes tutorials and a section called Biology on the Web that contains many links to sources.
snopes.com: Urban Legends Reference Pages By the San Fernando Valley Folklore Society. Also known as Snopes. Check this site before forwarding e-mail hoaxes to all your friends.