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Online Directories and Organization of Resources
- Carrot2 Clustering Engine(www.carrot2.org):
search engine does not determine the quality of information, but “clusters” the results in categories according to “subject.” This provides for a more focused search
- Google Directory (http://directory.google.com/)
Sites are selected by librarians as well as Google PageRank. The information is gathered by ODP (Open Directory Project), an exciting development at http://www.dmoz.org/. Sites are organized by category.
- Wabash Center Internet Guide to Religion(www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/resources/guide_headings.aspx)
Wabash cite is one of the most outstanding religious resources on the Internet. This guide organizes religion and theology by subject.
Additional Online Resources
- Centre for the Study of Christianity in Asia, Singapore, Trinity Theological College provides full text, bibliographies, and links to help scholars studying Christianity in Asia.
- ATLA Cooperative Digital Resources Initiative (CDRI) includes thousands of images of sacred art, architecture and portraits scanned by American Theological Library Association libraries.
- ARDA includes a collection of surveys, polls, and other data submitted by the foremost scholars and research centers in the world about religious denominations in the U.S.
- International eText Projects (Linkping Univ.) Contains archives and journals from major libraries.
- World Council of Churches has a rich treasure of document related to the WCC.
- Catholic Internet Theology Resources Provided by Saint Johns Seminary, the site is especially interesting because of the documents that are in Spanish and Portuguese. Roman Catholic