Subject Directories

DMOZ Open Directory Project is an example of a subject directory. Subject directories are collections of Web sites that people have selected and organized.

They have arranged selected websites into subject catagories and sub-categories.

Sometimes links are annotated so that you'll know before clicking on it what a site contains.

Many subject directories, such as Yahoo!, also have a search engine function.

The quality of sites in a subject directory is usually good

Best for browsing and topics that are broad or general.

You may have to click through categories and subcategories.

Othere subject directories: Yahoo!, InfoMine, Librarians' Index,

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Original InfoRM material © 2011 by the Liberty University Jerry Falwell Library. This tutorial incorporates material from SBU Library Research Guide, a tutorial developed by the Stony Brook University Libraries, © 2004, from Inflite, a tutorial developed by IUPUI, © 2003, from Searchpath, a tutorial developed by the Western Michigan University Library, © 2001-2002, and from TILT, a tutorial developed by the Digital Information Literacy Office for the University of Texas System Digital Library, © 1998-2002. This material may be reproduced, distributed, or incorporated, provided that appropriate credit is given.