Lloyd Sealy Library                                                                                                                    John Jay College of Criminal Justice

 DIRECTORIES

A Research Guide to the Lloyd Sealy Library
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
by Ellen Sexton
Reference Librarian
 March, 1997
Reprinted 9/98
 

continued
 

11. HEALTH RELATED ORGANIZATIONS:

Reference RC81.F865 1993
       The patient's desk reference: where to find answers to medical questions.
New York, NY: Maxmillan.

Lists health organizations.

Reference R129.E54 1987
       Encyclopedia of health information resources.
Detroit, MI: Gale Research Co.

Includes a list of organizations that disseminate health information, as well as a bibliography.

Reference R118.4.U6F43 1987
       Federal health information resources.
Arlington, VA: Information Resources Press.

Entries arranged by subject. Describes services offered by each organization listed, including databases and publications produced.

Reference RC607.A26 A3475 1991/92
       AIDS information sourcebook.
Phoenix: Oryx Press.

Lists organizations and agencies in the United States and Canada which provide information about AIDS.

Reference RC607.A26 W494 1991
       Where to get AIDS/HIV information in New York City.
New York, NY: Department of Health, City of New York.

Reference RC607.A26 L56 1988b
       Lingle, V. A. and Wood, M. S. How to find information about AIDS.
New York, NY: Harrington Park Press.

Includes organizations, hotlines and health services.

RA790.A1M4 1995
       Mental health directory.
Bethesda, MD: National Institute of Mental Health.

Listings for all mental health facilities in the United States and its territories: public and private mental hospitals, psychiatric services in general hospitals, residential treatment centers for emotionally disturbed children, outpatient psychiatric clinics, community mental health centers, etc.

Reference HV89.B37 1986
       The resource book: directory of organizations, associations, self-help groups, and hotlines for mental health and human services professionals and their clients.
New York, NY: Haworth Press.

Entries arranged by subject, and gives a brief description of each organization. Organization name index at the back.

Reference BF11.A67 1993
       Directory of the American Psychological Association.

Lists members and their areas of expertise, with brief biographies.

Reference BF30.N3 1991/92
       National register of health service providers in psychology.
Washington, DC: Council for the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology.

Provides addresses and brief biographies.

Reference R712.A1M37 1985
       Marquis who's who in rehabilitation.
Chicago, IL: Marquis Who's Who.
 

12. MULTICULTURAL RESOURCES

Reference E184.A1 G93 1995/96
       Guide to multicultural resources.
Madison, WI: Praxis Publications.

Directory of organizations affiliated with different United States ethnic groups.

Reference E184.A1 M544 1992
       Minority organizations: a national directory.
Garrett Park, MD: Garrett Park Press.

Includes Black, Hispanic, Asian and Native American organizations only. Their definition of the word Asian does not include people from the Indian sub-continent.

Reference E184.A1E835 1983
       Ethnic information sources of the United States.
Two volumes. Detroit, MI: Gale Research Co.

Guide to organizations, agencies, embassies, libraries, etc. which provide information about different ethnic groups.

Reference HV640.4.U54S56 1987
       Directory of services for refugees and immigrants.
Juneau, AL: Denali Press.

Organizations listed by state, with a brief description of what services are provided by each. A later edition is on order.

Reference L901.S466 1984
       Directory of financial aids for minorities.
Santa Barbara: Reference Service Press.

Lists sources of funding for education. Old, but may still be useful.

Reference E185.96W52 1994/95
       Who's who among Black Americans.
Northbrook, IL: Who's Who Among Black Americans Inc.

Reference E185.5.B513ed. 1994/95
       Black Americans information directory.
Detroit: Gale Research.

Reference E186.615.N29 1993
       Black elected officials.
New York, NY: UNIPUB.

Entries arranged by state. Provides names and addresses of Black Americans who have been elected to public office in the United States.

Reference E184.S75H585 1996
       Hispanic resource directory.
Juneau. Alaska: Denali Press.

Includes organizations and academic programs.

Reference F1409.95.U6T56 1988
       Tinker guide to Latin American and Caribbean policy and scholarly resources in metropolitan New York.
New York, NY: Bildner Center for Western Hemisphere Studies, City University of New York.

Provides short descriptions of organizations.

Reference E76.H59 1993
      
Hirshfelder, A. The Native American almanac; a portrait of Native America today. New York: Prentice Hall.

An excellent source of addresses and information about organizations dealing with Native American affairs. It includes government agencies, non-profit organizations, educational organizations and tribal councils. There is also a list of tribes, with a mailing address for each one.
 

13. LEGAL INFORMATION

United States:

Reference Law KF190.M3 1993
       Martindale Hubbell law directory.
Summit, NJ: Martindale Hubbell Inc. (19 volumes).

The most comprehensive listing of lawyers in the United States and its territories arranged by cities within each state. Information includes addresses, firms, areas of speciality, ratings, and some biographical information. There is a two volume index.

Reference Law KF190.L35 1986
       Law and legal information directory.
Detroit, MI: Gale Research.

A guide to national and international organizations, bar associations, the federal court system, federal regulatory agencies, law schools, law libraries, continuing education, paralegal information, scholarships and grants, legal periodicals and book publishers. The 1996 edition has been ordered.

Reference Law KF8700.A19 F49 1997
       Want's federal-state court directory.
Washington, DC: WANT Publishers.

Lists federal and state courts and their personnel in the United States and its territories, and Canada. Includes the addresses of selected government agencies.

Reference Law KF8700.A19A47 1995
       The American bench - Judges of the nation.
Minneapolis, MN: R. B. Forster and associates.

Judges at all levels of federal and state courts are listed. Entries are by arranged by state. Biographies are included.

Reference Law KF8700.A19J83 1990
       Judicial staff directory.
Mt. Vernon, VA: Congressional Staff Directory. Ltd.

Lists judges and staff of the federal courts. Includes biographies.

Reference Law KF 190.N33 1989
       National directory of legal services.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

A comprehensive listing of services, persons, firms, and information sources which can be helpful in all types of legal procedures.

Reference Law KF336.A4 1992
       Legal resource directory: a guide to free or inexpensive assistance for low income families, with special sections for prisoners.

Lists organizations by state.

Reference Law KF 336.A332 1995
       The directory of legal aid and defender offices in the United States.
Washington, DC: National Legal Aid and Defender Association.

Reference Law KF266.C36 1990
       Funding for law: legal education , research and study.
Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press.

Lists organizations and the programs they provide for funding legal research and education. Includes application procedures. Lists funding sources for students, researchers, libraries, law schools, etc.

Reference Law KF190.L3625 1989
       The lawyer's almanac.
New York, NY: Law and Business, Inc.

Lists 500 largest firms and corporate legal departments, as well as the judiciary, government departments and agencies, law schools and bar associations within the United States.

Reference Law KF195.C7N4 1994/95
       Member handbook.
Washington, DC: National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

Lists criminal defense lawyers, in alphabetical order, with a geographical listing of members at the back. Includes brief summaries of significant briefs written by members at the back of the book, in a section entitled ‘Briefbank catalog’

Reference Law KF353.W621996/97
       Who's who in American law.
Chicago, IL: Marquis Who's Who.

Short biographies.

International:

Reference Law K68.M3 1993
       Martindale-Hubbell international law directory.
Summit, NJ: Martindale-Hubbell. Two volumes.

Worldwide coverage. Includes U.S. firms operating internationally.
 

14. GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND OFFICIALS

General:

Reference JK6.G58 1995
       The government directory of addresses and telephone numbers.
(1995). Detroit, MI: Omnigraphics.

Lists federal, state, county and local government offices in the United States.

The Yellow Books:

For locating quickly the names, titles, addresses and phone numbers of key government officials, these are the books to use. We have four titles, which cover Congress, the Federal Government and agencies, State governments and the municipal governments, respectively.

Reference JK1083.C6 1996
       Congressional yellow book; who's who in Congress, including committees and key staff.
Published four times a year. Washington, DC: Washington Monitor.

Includes photographs, addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, and home pages (if any) of senators and members of the House of Representatives. It also lists their key staff, by name and title, committees and sub-committees, and a list of zip codes by congressional district. Published four times a year.

Reference JK6.F45 1995
       Federal yellow book.
Washington, DC: Washington Monitor.

Lists the top officials in the Federal government and agencies, the White House and the Executive Office of the President.

Reference JK2403.S77 1996
       State yellow book.
Published quarterly. New York, NY: Monitor Publishing.

Lists the top officials of the executive and legislative branches of the governments of the states and territories. Published quarterly.

Reference JS39.M79 1996
       Municipal yellow book: who's who in the leading city and county governments and local authorities.
New York, NY: Monitor Publications.

Lists the top officials in the leading city, county and local governments.

Federal government:

Reference JK421.A3 1996/97
       United States government manual.
Washington, DC: Office of the Federal Register.

The official handbook of the federal government, providing comprehensive information on the agencies of the legislative, judicial, and executive branches. Also includes information on boards, committees, commissions, and international organizations in which the United States participates. Entries include lists of participating officials, summary statements on an agency's purpose and history and a 'sources on information' section that provides addresses and telephone numbers for obtaining further detailed information. (Most recent edition is kept at Reference Desk. Older editions are shelved in the reference area).

Reference JK1012.P64 1996
       Congressional Quarterly's politics in America.
Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly Press.

Lists senators and representatives by state. Each entry includes a photograph, biography, how they voted on major issues, election data and campaign finances. Includes a description and statistics of the constituencies. Latest edition kept at Reference Desk. Older editions are shelved in the reference area.

Reference JK1011.A3 1995/96
       Official congressional directory.
Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Lists and provides biographical information on senators and members of the House of Representatives. Lists chief officials in government agencies.

Reference JK1083.C6 1996
       Congressional yellow book; who's who in congress, including committees and key staff.
Published four times a year. Washington, DC: Washington Monitor.

Includes photographs, staff aides, e-mail addresses, and home pages (if any) of senators and members of the House of Representatives. Published four times a year.

Reference JK6.F45 1995
       Federal yellow book.
Washington, DC: Washington Monitor.

Lists top officials of the Federal government and agencies.

Reference JK1012.C65 1990
       Congressional staff directory.
Mount Vernon, VA: Congressional Staff Directory Ltd.

Includes photographs and brief biographies of senators and representatives, and lists their staff.

Reference Law KF5406.A15 F4 1994
       Federal regulatory directory.
Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly.

Personnel information, addresses, and phone numbers for all federal regulatory agencies. Contains each agency's history, responsibilities and authorities, along with biographies of commissioners, a detailed organizational description, sources of further information, and location of regional offices.

Reference F192.3 W33 1996/97
       Washington information directory.
Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly.

Names, addresses and other pertinent information on federal and nongovernmental organizations located in the Washington DC area. Includes a useful subject index which allows the user to ascertain quickly which agency or person has the information required. General headings include energy, education and culture, equal rights, employment and labor, etc.

Reference F192.3 C26 1992
       The capital source.
Washington, DC: National Journal.

Similar to the Washington information directory (Reference F192.3 W33), but much shorter. Addresses and phone numbers are provided, but no details about the organizations.

Reference JK1991.A744 1990
       Almanac of federal PACs.
Washington, DC: Amward Publications.

Includes every political action committee which contributed more than $50,000 to candidates for election to the senate or the House of Representatives in 1988. Gives the name, address, description and amount of contributions to the Democratic and Republican parties for each PAC.

Reference T21.D57 1993
       Directory of federal laboratory resources; a guide to services, facilities and expertise.
Springfield, VA: National Technical Information Service.

Lists and describes United States federal laboratories, including equipment available and ongoing research projects.

State and local governments:

Reference JK2403.S77 1996
       State yellow book.
New York, NY: Monitor Publishing.

Lists the top officials of the executive and legislative branches of the governments of the states and territories. Published quarterly.

Reference JK2443.N37 1988
       National directory of state agencies.
Bethesda, MD: Cambridge Information Group Directories.

Comprehensive listing of state agencies organized by state and by function in 105 categories. Includes names of chief personnel and executives.

Reference JS39.M79 1996
       Municipal yellow book: who's who in the leading city and county governments and local authorities.
New York, NY: Monitor Publications.

Reference JS344.C5 A24 1996
       Municipal yearbook.
(Annual). Washington, DC: International City Manager's Association.

Listing of major city officials, including police and fire chiefs. Also has information on salaries of municipal employees and separate mini-directories for various city-run agencies. Contains a wealth of statistics on all aspects of city government. Covers the United States and Canada. Includes information on police and fire department personnel and expenditures for cities of 10,000 population and over.

New York State:

Reference JK3430.N5 1995/96
       The New York red book.
Albany, NY: Williams Press.

A good source of information on state politicians and officials. Also provides information on state agencies.

Reference JK3430.N52 1996/97
       New York State directory.
Albany: Empire State Report Inc.

A comprehensive listing of officials in all branches of the state government and private interest groups related to public policy. Also lists lobbying groups and political action committees.

Reference JK1222.N4 1995
       Green book: Official directory of New York City.
New York, NY: Citybooks.

The "Green Book" provides names, office addresses, and phone numbers of all officials of New York City as well as selected New York State and federal government officials. The most recent edition is kept at the Reference Desk. This  title varies slightly from year to year.

Reference HE8840.N7S82 1995/96
       State directory of O.G.S integrated telecommunications systems. 
State directory. Albany, NY: OGS Division of Telecommunications.

Lists phone numbers and addresses of New York State government agencies officials and executives.

Foreign governments:

Reference JN1.E85 1995
       Europa world yearbook.
London: Europa Publications. (Two volumes).

Excellent source of political, economic and commercial information on the countries of the world. Includes statistical data. Lists significant politicians. governmental and non-governmental organizations in each country. At the start of the first volume, major international organizations are listed and described.

Reference JA51.I57 1990
       The international yearbook and statesmen's who's who.
East Grinstead, England: Kelly's Directories.

Lists and gives biographies of politicians and diplomats worldwide. Provides political and economic information about each country.

Reference DS49.M5 1996
       The Middle East and North Africa.
London: Europa Publications.

Lists government agencies, prominent people and organizations, at the end of lengthy descriptions of each country.
 

15. EDUCATION

School directories

The library has an excellent collection of directories of colleges and universities. Most contain some type of descriptive analysis of programs and majors. Some of the better ones are listed here.

Reference L901.P472 1997
       Peterson's guide to four-year colleges.
Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides.

Reference L901.P473 1997
       Peterson's guide to two-year colleges.
Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides.

Reference L901.P46 1997
       Peterson's guide to graduate programs.
Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides. In six volumes.

Reference LA226.C685 1993
       The college blue book.
New York: Macmillan. (5 volumes)

Provides descriptions of colleges and degrees offered, programs in occupational education and lists scholarships and other financial aids available. Covers the United States and Canada.

Reference KF265.A8 1997
       The official guide to U.S. law schools.
Newtown, PA: Law School Admission Council.

Reference HV7419.5 A5 1991
       Anderson's directory of criminal justice education.
Cincinatti, OH: Anderson Pub. Co.

State by state listing of programs available in institutions of higher education. Programs described range from certificates to doctoral degrees. Includes criminology, law and justice related programs. There is an index to the schools listed at the back of the book.

Reference R745.M4 1991/92
       Medical school admission requirements.
Washington, DC: Association of American Medical Colleges.

Lists requirements for entry to U. S. medical schools.

Reference BF77.G73 1996
       Graduate study in psychology.
Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Provides information on programs in the United States.

Reference L915.S73 1994
       The students' guide to graduate studies in the U.K.
(1994). Cambridge: Careers Research and Advisory Centre.

Reference LB2376.A3 1996/97
       Academic year abroad.
New York, NY: Institute of International Education.

Lists and describes universities outside the United States that offer one year programs to American students. Previous editions are shelved in the Reference area.

Reference LC1045.C65 1994
       College credit recommendations: the directory of the national program of non-collegiate sponsored instruction.
Albany, NY: University of the State of New York.

A guide to granting credits to students who have taken non-academic courses, usually offered by an employer or professional body. Information is provided about the courses, and the organization offering them. Lists technical and professional educational programs offered by non-academic organizations. There is a supplement covering 1995.

Reference LC6251.C33 1996
       Campus-free college degrees.
Tulsa, OK: Thorson Guides.

Lists colleges offering degree programs which have little or no residency requirements.

Faculty listings:

Reference L901.N34 1996
       National faculty directory.
Three volumes. Detroit, MI: Gale Research Co.

Lists teaching faculty at junior and senior colleges and universities in the United States. Includes some Canadian colleges.

Reference AS2.W6 1995
       The world of learning.
London: Europa Publications.

Provides the names, addresses and phone numbers of colleges, universities, research institutions, libraries and other educational institutions all over the world. Lists some of the faculty/staff at some of them. Provides numbers of students and teaching staff, and the numbers of books in each library.

Reference LB2310.Y5 1990
       Commonwealth Universities Yearbook.
Four volumes. London: Association of Commonwealth Universities.

Lists universities and their faculty in the British Commonwealth countries.

Reference QD47.C64 1989
       College chemistry faculties.
Washington, DC: American Chemical Society.

Reference L900.I58 1989
       International handbook of universities and other institutions of higher education.
Berlin: De Gruyter.

Reference L901.D4 1995
       Directory of post-secondary institutions.
Two volumes. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education.

Reference LB2803.N65 D57 1995/96
       Directory of public schools and administrators in New York state.
Albany, NY: University of the State of New York.

Reference L901.E32 1997
       HEP higher education directory.
Washington, DC: Higher Education Publications.

College catalogs

Microfiche AC1.M4
       College catalogs
. (1990). A complete collection of individual catalogs and bulletins from virtually every college and university in the United States.

Available on microfiche in the cabinets on the second floor of the library, near the Reference Desk. Arranged by state.

Special Collections LD2602.J33 1996/98
       Graduate bulletin of John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
New York: John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

Also available at the Circulation Desk and at the Reference Desk. Earlier editions are shelved in Special Collections.

Special Collections LD2602.J32 1993/95
       Undergraduate bulletin of John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
New York: John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

Financial sources

Reference LA226.C685 1993
       The college blue book.
Scholarships, fellowships, grants and loans. New York, NY: Macmillan.

Covers financial opportunities for funding undergraduate to post-doctoral education.

Reference LB2338.C36 1996
       The scholarship book: the complete guide to private-sector scholarships, grants and loans for undergraduates.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

Reference LB2338.D564 1989/90
       Directory of financial aids for women.
Santa Barbara: CA: Reference Service Press.

Reference L901.S466 1984
       Directory of financial aids for minorities.
Santa Barbara, CA: Reference Service Press.

Dated, but may still be useful. A later edition has been ordered.

Reference Law KF266.C36 1990
       Funding for law: legal education , research and study.
Phoenix, AX: Oryx Press.

Lists organizations and the programs they provide for funding legal research and education. Includes application procedures. Lists funding sources for students, researchers, libraries, law schools, etc.

Reference AS911.A2A67 1997
       Annual register of grant support.
Chicago, IL: Marquis Academic Media.

Provides program information, application details, and eligibility requirements for grants awarded in the United States and Canada. Includes study grants and fellowships aimed at post-graduate students.

Reference LB2338.G7 1991/3
       The grants register.
New York: St. Martin's Press.

Lists sources of grants for graduate and higher levels of education. Coverage is worldwide, but the emphasis is on English speaking countries.

Reference LB2338.D57 1990
       Directory of research grants.
Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press.

Provides information on sources of grant money. A later edition is on order.

Reference AS.A93 1989
       Awards, honors and prizes.
Two volumes. Detroit: Gale Research.

Lists awards, etc. honoring achievements in various fields. Does not include awards presented to undergraduates, graduate students or post-doctoral workers. The 1996 edition is on order.

Reference AS911.A2F64 1990
       National data book of foundations; a comprehensive guide to grantmaking foundations.
Two volumes. New York: Foundation Center.

Provides the names and addresses of foundations in the United States, and the amount of money they distribute each year.

Internships

Reference L901.I66 1997
       Peterson's internships.
Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides.

Reference HF5549.5.T7 D55 1986
       Directory of internships, work experience programs and on-the-job training opportunities.
Two volumes. Santa Monica, CA: Ready Reference Press.

Museums and art galleries.

Reference AM10.A204 1990
       The official museum directory.
New York, NY: American Association of Museums.

Provides information on museums in the United States.

Reference N50.A54 1980
       American art directory.
New York, NY: Bowker.

Lists art galleries, museums, organizations and educational establishments in the United States and Canada, and major museums outside North America.
 

16. LIBRARIES

Reference Z731.A53 1996/97
       American Library Directory.
New York, R.R. Bowker.

The major directory of libraries in the United States and Canada.

Reference Z731.D57 1997
       Directory of special libraries and information centers.
Detroit, MI: Gale Research Co.

World wide coverage.

Reference HV8138.C6888 1990
       Criminal Justice Information Exchange Directory.
Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice.

Lists and describes criminal justice libraries.

Reference Z732.N7D5 1995
       Directory of college and university libraries in New York State.
Albany, NY: The University of the State of New York.

Reference Z732.N75M47 1995
       Metro handbook and directory of members.
Bayside, NY: LDA Publications.

Lists libraries in the metropolitan New York area. Earlier editions are shelved in the reference area.

Reference CD3020.U54 1978
       Directory of archives and repositories.
Washington, DC: National Historic Publications and Records Administration.

Covers the United States and its territories. Older material, but may still be useful.

Reference Z673.A5H37 1996/97
       ALA handbook of organization and membership directory.
Chicago: American Library Association.

Reference Z675.U5F28 1990
       The fiscal directory of fee based information services in libraries.
Norwalk, CA: FYI/County of Los Angeles Public Library.
 

17. PUBLISHERS

Reference PN161.W83 1996
       Writer's market: where and how to sell what you write.
Cincinnati: Writer's Digest.

Lists book and magazine publications with information on what they publish and advice on how to submit material.

Reference PN161.L5 1994
       Literary market place.
New York, NY: R.R. Bowker.

Lists publishers, advertising agencies, book manufacturers and other services to the publishing industry.

Reference PN3355.F48 1983/84
       Fiction writer's market.
Cincinnati, OH: Writer's Digest Books.

Reference PN4731.D4 1981
       Directory of publishing opportunities in journals and periodicals.
Chicago: Marquis.

Lists publications by subject matter. Describes the editorial policies and manuscript requirements for each.

Reference Z6941.U51997
       Ulrich's International periodicals directory.
Three volumes. New York, NY: Bowker.

Lists periodicals published worldwide, with names and addresses of the publishers. Most recent edition kept beside the Reference Desk.

Reference Z1215.P972 1996/97
       Books in print.
1995/96 New York, NY: R.R. Bowker. Most recent edition kept beside the Reference Desk.

Lists publishers in the United States.

Reference Z475.A5 1992/93
       American book trade directory.
New York, NY: R.R. Bowker.

Lists retailers in the United States and Canada. Most recent edition kept beside the Reference Desk.

Z674.3.I5 1991
       Information industry directory.
Two volumes. Detroit, MI: Gale Research.

Lists electronic and print publishers, vendors, information retrieval firms, libraries, etc.
 

18. WHO’S WHO PUBLICATIONS

Reference E176.W642 1996
       Who's who in America.
Chicago, IL: Marquis Who's Who. Two volumes.

Reference CT120.I5 1990/91
       International who's who.
London: Europa Publications.

Biographies and addresses. Mainly British coverage, but some international figures are also included.

Reference E185.96W52 1994/95
       Who's who among Black Americans.
Northbrook, IL: Who's Who Among Black Americans Inc.

Reference Law KF353.W621996/97
       Who's who in American law.
Chicago, IL: Marquis Who's Who. Short biographies.

A later edition has been ordered.

Reference R712.A1M37 1985
       Marquis who's who in rehabilitation.
Chicago, IL: Marquis Who's Who.

Reference F1033.C23 1989
       Canadian who's who.
Toronto: Who's Who Canadian Publications.

Reference ML106.U3W46 1983
       Who’s who in American music: classical
 

19. INTERNET DIRECTORIES

These directories list the electronic addresses of sites on the Internet. There are many of these, with more being published continually. As Internet addresses can change, the most useful ones are usually the more recently published ones. The following is a selection of some Internet directories in the Lloyd Sealy library.

John Jay Stacks TK5105.875.I57 1995
       The Internet yellow pages.
New York: Osborne McGraw-Hill.

Entries are arranged by subject, in the style of the telephone yellow pages books. An extremely user-friendly guide, with many humorous asides. Includes e-mail addresses of some famous people, and an alphabetical listing of Usenet newsgroups at the back.

Reference H61.95.I58 1995
       Internet compendium: subject guides to social services, business and law resources.
New York: Neal-Schuman.

Comprehensive listing of sites available. Particularly good for government information resources. Usually kept at the reference desk.

Reference TK5105.875.I57.K76 1994
       Krol, Ed. The whole Internet user's guide and catalog.
Sebastopol, CA: O'Reilly and Associates.

One of the best guides to the Internet. Includes a catalog of selected interesting sites, arranged by subject. Usually kept at the Reference Desk.

John Jay Stacks TK5105.875.I57 R88 1994
       Rutten, P. New guide: your map to the services, information and entertainment on the electronic highway.
New York: Random House Electronic Publishing.

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