Biology

Evaluate Websites

Techniques & Questions to Ask (UC Berkeley)

Citation Guides

Citation Guides & Style Manuals (Sciences)

Columbia Guide to Online Style (Ebrary)

Primary Websites

The EoE is a collection of content contributed  by scholars, professionals, educators, practitioners and other experts who collaborate and review each other's work.

1994 to present

"A virtual library, INFOMINE is a...collection of [22,000] annotated and indexed links" to substantive databases, electronic journals, guides to the Internet for most disciplines, textbooks and conference proceedings created by UC Riverside Libraries

A database of the names of all vascular plants (formerly Index Kewensis). Compiled by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, The Harvard University Herbaria, and the Australian National Herbarium.

1994 to present

Provides critical annotations for over 16,000 newly discovered and past selections of Internet resources of interest to researchers and educators.

National Library of Medicine

Provides links to a wide variety of biological information resources produced by governmental, academic and other organizations.

A service of the Office on Women's Health in the Department of Health and Human Services.

Dirrectory and access to over 1,200 open access publication repositories.

A gateway to key Federal Government agencies that provide scientific and technical information.

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

A global gateway to numerous scientific databases.

Secondary Websites

Covers the development of emerging green technologies, drawing on  newspapers, magazines & refereed journals; videos, podcasts & images; and case studies.  Navigate by  issue, organization & country portals.

Provides biographical information and the major publications of over 250 researchers whose papers are among the most highly cited in the sciences.

Collection of Web resources and tools in neuroscience.

Indexes key U.S. government report literature.

Search engine for ScienceDirect and science resources on the Web.