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August 2000
Updated JUNE, 2007

The Researching Librarian
http://www.researchinglibrarian.com
GRADE LEVEL: Professional

CONTENT:
The Researching Librarian site provides links to a meta-list of carefully selected sites useful for research.

AESTHETICS:
The site has a simple, intuitive interface.

ORGANIZATION:
All the links are categorized and annotated. Each page has a top and bottom text menu, making navigation from one section to the other easy.

REVIEW:
Librarians conducting research will find the resources here helpful. The site is divided into five research categories: databases, funding, journals, statistics, , and tools. Two additional sections, awareness and discussion, provide opportunities for librarians to stay abreast of the latest Web resources and to participate in a forum for discussing research issues. The sites included were selected by Kerry Smith, assistant professor and library instruction services coordinator for the Mississippi State University libraries.

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