Here are a number of links that I
have found to be helpful to students in doing research on the internet.
There are a number of sites here that have primary texts online, as well
as other sites I have found to be pretty reliable. Be sure to look at some
of my suggestions for evaluating web
sites. (All links were checked on December 22, 2011)
Ethics, Law and Computing Resource Center -- by Brian
M. O'Connell of the Department of Computer Science at Central
Connecticut University. A very extensive listing of sites
related to ethical and legal concerns with computers
Science Ethics and Religion - like the title says, there's some
interesting information here on relationship of science, ethics and
religion, from the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
-- provides a search engine for quite a number of government sites, agencies
and independent agencies.
from the same site as above, only this search engine surveys over 20
million educational institution pages.
Google Scholar - this beta
version of Google Scholar searches scholarly journals and books, the text of
a number of these can be found online.
MEDLINEplus® will direct you to information to help answer health questions. MEDLINEplus brings together,
by health topic, authoritative information from NLM, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), other government,
non-profit and other health-related organizations. Preformulated MEDLINE searches are included in
MEDLINEplus and give easy access to the medical research literature. It also provides you with a
database of full-text drug information and an illustrated medical encyclopedia
- has a number of sources for legal information on a number of topics.