Originally developed by the government as an electronic means of sharing research information, the Internet has mushroomed into a vast network of computer systems and data banks located throughout the world. Information is retrieved and shared in multiple formats by individuals and groups with the equipment necessary to access it.
Internet (Computer network)
Hahn, Harley, and Rick Stout. The Internet Yellow Pages, 1995.
The New Book of Popular Science. Grolier, 1994.
Tennant, Roy, et al. Crossing the Internet Threshold: An Instructional Handbook, 1994.
Zakalik, Joanna. Gale Guide to Internet Databases, 1995.
EBSCO Magazine Article Summaries
NewsBank and other newspaper indexes
Readers’ Guide to Periodical Literature
SIRS (Social Issues Resources Series)