Web Research Links

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Internet Research & Development Centre's World Wide Web site provides access to an online portfolio of sites designed, developed and managed by IRDC for virtual corporations and virtual universities under our mission which is: creating and sustaining global professional & academic communities


Anbar Electronic Intelligence library comprehensively covers more than 800 top international journals (450 in management, 200 in computer science and 150 in civil engineering). You can browse journal coverage lists in management, computing and civil engineering for details of the periodicals you will find in the library.


Tim Berners-Lee's organization that oversees web development. Berners-Lee, you will recall, is the gentleman who invented www and then allowed it to be free.


nueva library goal:The research process develops independent, self-motivated, disciplined learners. It is integrated into curriculum design and is team-taught flexibly in order to develop interdisciplinary habits of mind and problem-solving behaviors. Authentic projects and simulations provide diverse experiences and opinions, and social and cultural perspectives in which learners can select, explore, understand and use resources for informational needs.ΚΚ


The Argus Clearinghouse, an internet research library.


Noodle Tools, smart tools... Doing research on the Internet requires technology and an associated set of skills that can be overwhelming. This site is dedicated to smart people who want to do smart research. We take out some of the "technological legwork" from your online research, so that you can concentrate on being a learner, not a techie.


Since its founding in 1972 as the nation's first feminist policy research organization, the Center for Women Policy Studies has been on the front lines of efforts to promote justice and equality for women.


Welcome to the homepage of the Global Sisterhood Network, the cutting edge information and research resource of feminists from around the world, working together to improve women's lives. Founded in 1996, the Global Sisterhood Network monitors electronic and print media for developments in agriculture, economics, employment, environment, health, law, militarism, politics, technology, trade and science which have a direct impact on the realities of women's lives. GSN provides regularly updated information including critical comment and displays of newspaper and journal articles that reinforce patriarchy/misogamy but which have attracted sparse attention and/or comment as the world moves closer and closer to undemocracy.


specialist in sociological factors in online systems design


Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research covers all areas of artificial intelligence (AI), publishing refereed research articles, survey articles, and technical notes. Established in 1993 as one of the first electronic scientific journals, JAIR is indexed by INSPEC, Science Citation Index, and MathSciNet. JAIR reviews papers within approximately two months of submission and publishes accepted articles on the internet immediately upon receiving the final versions. JAIR articles are published for free distribution on the internet by the AI Access Foundation, and for purchase in bound volumes by Morgan Kaufmann Publishers.


The media and communications studies site.Analysis of Media Texts Narratives reduce the unique or the unusual to familiar and regular patterns of expectation - Andrew Tolson: Content Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Genre Theory Ideological Analysis, Intertextuality Narratology Rhetorical Analysis Semiotics


USC's Center for Feminist Research was founded in 1987 to promote cross-disciplinary scholarship on gender by faculty and graduate/professional students throughout the university. Participating faculty come from 30 academic fields and 14 departments in the College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences, and from many professional schools. The Center for Feminist Research (CFR) is an Organized Research Unit and is affiliated with USC's Gender Studies Program (GS). CFR complements GS, the long standing teaching academic program at USC, through its empahsis on research and collaborative projects among faculty and students. It disseminates knowledge on feminist issues to the wider Los Angeles community.


In response to an invitation from Robert M. Diamond, Assistant Vice Chancellor of the Center for Instructional Development at Syracuse University, the National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) agreed in early 1998 to convene a Task Force to define the broad range of scholarly and professional work for faculty in Women's Studies. The invitation to NWSA emerged from "Developing Discipline-Specific Definitions of Faculty Work," a sub-project of the National Project for Institutional Priorities and Faculty Rewards directed by Robert Diamond and initially funded by the Lilly Endowment and the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education. In the report that follows, the National Women's Studies Association makes a disciplinary statement on behalf of women's studies faculty and program administrators addressed as well to members of promotion and tenure committees and administrators outside of women's studies.


American Memory: Historical Collections for the National Digital Library.


American Women's History: a research guide.



singapore association of women for action and research


life history review page


american life histories


life histories of women in prison


World Wide Web Resources for Women


"Tech is a technology company founded in 1995 by Janese Swanson, a respected veteran of the toy and software industries. Swanson has produced award-winning titles for Broderbund Software including Carmen Sandiego™ and the Playroom™/Treehouse™ series.

One of Girl Tech's goals is to provide answers to the questions asked of Swanson by her ten-year old daughter, Jackie, and girls like her: "Where are all the fun toys for girls? Why aren't girls' toys cool, like boys' toys?" Girl Tech's vision is to create entertaining products that foster strength and connection between girls through the use of technology. Girl Tech is devoted to raising girls' awareness of and confidence in using technology."


"....currently the Women's Studies Archivist for Duke's Special Collections Library as well as the Women's Studies Resource Specialist for the Duke University Library System.

Starting September 22, 1997 I will move into a new position as the Archivist/Manuscript Cataloguer for the Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising, & Marketing History which is also based in Duke's Special Collections Library.

I serve as the secretary/clerk/scribe for the Women's Liberation Research Network which is a very cool group of scholars, activists, and librarians/archivists who are interested in the history of the US women's liberation movement. "



"The Wellesley Centers for Women builds on the strengths and accomplishments of its two partners, the Center for Research on Women and the Stone Center for Developmental Services and Studies, by facilitating the development of new research, increasing efficiency, and expanding the Centers' outreach.  It also unites the two Centers in a joint mission to educate, inform and expand the ways we think about women in the world."


A search engine

"Sites for, about and by women"


the women's tech knowledge connection