Ackermann, Ernest, and Hartman, Karen. The Information Specialist's Guide to Searching & Researching on the Internet & the World Wide Web. Wilsonville, OR: ABF Content, an imprint of Franklin, Beedle & Associates, Inc., 1998.
Berinstein, Paula. "The Big Picture. 'Now That I've Got It, What Do I Do With It?' No Nonsense Image Utitities for Non-Techies." Online January 1998.
______. "The Big Picture. Turning Visual: Image Search Engines on the Web." Online January 1998.
______. "Finding Images Online: Directory of Web Image Sites." Contains many useful links to image resources. http://www.berinsteinresearch.com/fiolinks.htm. [Please Note: This resource is no longer available.]
______. Finding Images Online: ONLINE USER's Guide to Image Searching in Cyberspace. Wilton, CT: Pemberton Press, 1996. See also updates to the book (which is current through October 1997) at http://www.berinsteinresearch.com/updates.html.
Besser, Howard, and Trant, Jennifer. "Introduction to Imaging: Issues in Constructing an Image Database." Santa Monica, CA : Getty Art History Information Program, 1995. Also available from the Getty Information Institute's website, available at the following URL: http://www.getty.edu/research/institute/standards/introimages/index.html.
Harper, Georgia K. The University of Texas System Crash Course in Copyright. An excellent starting point for copyright research. http://www.utsystem.edu/OGC/intellectualproperty/cprtindx.htm.
Internet Society (ISOC). Homepage for the ISOC, which contains useful information and links about the history and on-going development of the Internet. http://www.isoc.org/.
Macromedia, Inc. Homepage for Macromedia, a company which markets a popular family of software authoring tools used to create interactive multimedia applications for the Web, including Dreamweaver, Flash, and Shockwave, to name but only a few. http://www.macromedia.com/.
Netsizer. Telcordia Technologies. A source for Internet statistics, updated daily. http://www.netsizer.com/.
Siegel, David. Creating Killer Web Sites: The Art of Third-Generation Site Design. 2nd ed. Indianapolis, IN: Hayden Books, 1997. See also updates to the book at David Siegel's web site, http://www.killersites.com.
Technical Advisory Service for Images (TASI), at the Institute for Learning and Research Technology, University of Bristol (UK). "Finding Images Online," http://www.tasi.ac.uk/advice/using/finding.html. Although written for a UK-based audience, this is an excellent starting point for research on how to find images online, including special guides to finding art, architecture, and design images, historical and scientific images, current events images, maps, and more. A project funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee, Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE).
Weinman, Lynda. Designing Web Graphics.3: How to Prepare Images and Media for the Web. 3rd ed. Indianapolis, IN: New Riders, 1999. See also useful tips and references at Lynda's web site, http://www.lynda.com.
Whatis?.com, Inc. On-line dictionary of information technology, with special emphasis on the Internet and computers. http://whatis.co/techtarget.com.
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