Subject Guide for General Reference Sources
General Reference Sources
A great collection of online reference books including the American Heritage Dictionary, Roget's II Thesaurus, Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, King James Bible, Gray's Anatomy and others.
Featuring a variety of tools including thesauri, translator, and writing resources.
Get free articles drawn from the Britannica Concise Encyclopedia, the Oxford Dictionaries, and millions of periodical articles.
(FCIC) is a one-stop shop for answers to questions about consumer problems and government services. FCIC's Spanish Resources web page links to nearly 200 federal Spanish-language Web sites.
GeoHive provides tabulated population statistics: current, historical, estimates, projections, cities, agglomerations, etc. GeoHive also provides geopolitical data like the administrative divisions of countries (provinces, counties and such) of all nations of this world.
Includes full-text of the Information Please Almanac as well as an online dictionary and an online encyclopedia.
In January 2010, this was launched, merging the collections of resources from the Internet Public Library (IPL) and the Librarians' Internet Index (LII) websites. This collection of web resources has been developed over many years by students and librarians.