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Search engines

Evaluating web sites

Libraries and archives

Colleges and universities

General categorical lists

Maps


Literary omnibus lists, texts, and concordances

Classics; the Bible

Visual art, aesthetics

English departments

Rhetoric and composition; history of literacy

Linguistics

Lexicography; dictionaries and encyclopedias

Printing and publishing history; history of the book; book arts

Publishers

Creative writing

Literature

Online journals

Women's Studies

Minority Studies

History

Medieval Studies

Renaissance Studies

American Studies

Eighteenth-Century Studies

Romantic and Victorian Studies

Electronic text, humanities computing

Text Encoding Initiative

World Wide Web

Law and copyright

Related readings

Acronyms used in this list

CERN
European Particle Physics Laboratory, the original home of the World Wide Web
CETH
Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities (CETH), Rutgers and Princeton Universities
HTML
HyperText Markup Language, a code used to structure documents on the World Wide Web
IATH
Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, University of Virginia
NCSA
National Center for Supercomputing Applications, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, a national resource for the World Wide Web
WWW
World Wide Web

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Michael Hancher, Department of English, University of Minnesota
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