000 Computer Science, Knowledge & Systems

005 Computer Programming, Programs, & Data

DigitalLearn – Use a computer to do almost anything! Offers free tools to help you tackle technology at your own pace and gain the confidence you need to succeed.

GCFLearnFree.org – Offers free online computer, math, and reading skill building. From Goodwill Community Foundation International.

TechBoomers – Learn to use popular websites and stay safe online.

010 Bibliographies

020 Library & Information Science

025.54 Reader’s Advisory

AAR (All About Romance) – Search the review database by author, title, book type, or any combination of those factors.

AllReaders.com – Features detailed book and movie reviews. Search by title or author, genre, plot, setting, or character.

Amazon Best Sellers (Books) – Most popular books based on sales. Updated hourly.

Based on the Book – From Mid-Continent Public Library (Independence, Missouri), view by movie title, release year, book title, author.

BookHive – Your guide to children’s literature and books.

Book Spot – Find reviews, lists, award winners, genre authors, and websites.

The Bloodstained Bookshelf – A monthly list of recent and forthcoming traditional-print mysteries published in the US. This is just a list, no reviews.

Fantastic Fiction – Bibliographies for over 40,000 authors. Information on over 500,000 books.

FictionDB – Use the Book Discovery Tool to find your next great read; find authors and series lists, and track your reading. Includes 320,000 authors, 42,000 series, and 1,200,000 titles.

Fresh Fiction – Books featured in the current media.

Goodreads – Free registration. Share book reviews and see what others are reading.

Guys Read – A web-based literacy program for boys founded by author and First National Ambassador of Young People’s Literature Jon Scieszka. Books lists and search ability.

HistoricalFiction.com – Book reviews since 2007, book club guides, articles & interviews.

HistoricalNovels.info – Over 5,000 historical novels listed by time and place, including more than 700 book reviews.

LibraryThing BookSuggester – Tell BookSuggester what you’ve read and see what others read, get recommendations, read reviews, see more books by that author.

Literature Map – The tourist map of literature; part of “gnod,” the Global Network of Discovery.

The New York Times Best Sellers – Authoritatively ranked lists of books sold in the US, sorted by format and genre.

NoveList Plus – Enter a favorite book, author, genre, or setting and see read-alikes and read reviews. Log in with your CMRLS library card.

ReadGEEK.com – Free registration. Rate books that you have read and receive recommendations, see what others are reading, and create book lists.

READ.GOV – encourages everyone to discover the world of books. Here are free reading resources to explore and enjoy. Online classics, author interviews, and book lists.

Reader’s Advisory Link Farm – A collection of genre sites, author, web pages, awards, bestsellers, and more! By

The Romance Reader – The latest news and views of romance novels; features, author interviews, and much more.

Stop, You’re Killing Me! – A resource for lovers of mystery, crime, thriller, spy, and suspense books. There are over 4,900 authors, with chronological lists of their books, both series, and non-series.

What Should I Read Next? – Enter a book you like and the site will analyze the huge database of readers’ favorite books to provide book recommendations and suggestions for what to read next. Register for free to save your booklists.

Whichbook – enables millions of combinations of factors and then suggests books which most closely match your needs. Sign in to create book lists.

YALSA Book Finder – Young Adult Library Services Association lists more than 4,000 award-winning books that are searchable by award year, genre, and author; for 12-18 year-olds.

026 Libraries for Specific Subjects

Atlas Obscura – A collaborative project that depends on a community of explorers to help discover amazing places and share them with the world. See newest entries or search by subject or location for

Digital Collections: Library of Congress – Access online collections: view maps & photographs; read letters, diaries & newspapers; hear personal accounts of events; listen to sound recordings & watch historic films.

Digital Public Library of America – A vast collection of openly available materials (from books to art to maps and more) from libraries, museums, and archives that are easily searched to be used by students, teachers, scholars, and the public.

Internet Archive Digital Library – A non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites; including the Wayback Machine. Today the archive contains 279 billion web pages, 11 million books and texts, 4 million audio recordings (including 160,000 live concerts), 3 million videos (including 1 million Television News programs), 1 million images, 100,000 software programs. A free account allows one to download from the site.

Mississippi Digital Library – The MDL provides an online portal for discovery and access of digital collections throughout the state.

Open Culture – Open Culture brings high-quality FREE cultural & educational media for the worldwide lifelong learning community.

World Digital Library – Makes available on the Internet, free of charge and in multilingual format, significant primary materials from all countries and cultures.

028 Reading Habits

American Library Association 2017 Summer Reading List – arranged by grade (birth to 8th grade). Lists may be downloaded.

American Library Association 2017 Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers – past years’ lists also available.

YALSA Book Finder – Young Adult Library Services Association lists more than 4,000 award-winning books that are searchable by the award, award year, genre, and author; for 12-18 years

030 Encyclopedias & Books of Facts

Research & Reference Services – Library of Congress

040 [Unassigned]

050 Magazines, Journals, & Serials

The Magazine Rack – a collection of 34,000 digitized magazines and monthly publications. Searchable by type, date published, creator, metadata, and text contents.

060 Associations, Organizations, & Museums

070 News Media, Journalism & Publishing

News Media in Mississippi:

MPB Online News

WAPT (16) – ABC

WTOK (11) – ABC

WJTV (12) – CBS

WDAM (7) – NBC

WLBT (3)/WDBD (40) – NBC/FOX

News Media around the World:

BBC News: Headlines – UK

CNN: Breaking News

Google News – Aggregates headlines from more than 50,000 news sources worldwide.

Public Radio International

Reuters: Breaking News

Time Online Edition


News & Opinion


Drudge Report

Google News – Aggregates headlines from more than 50,000 news sources worldwide.

The Huffington Post





Talking Points Memo

Weird Headlines




Olympic.org – Official website for the Olympic Movement.

SB Nation

Sports Illustrated

World Sports News


The Center for Media and Democracy’s PR Watch


Media Matters for America

Media Research Center


Books & Entertainment

Books – The New York Times

Books – NPR

E! Online

ET Online



Finance & Consumerism




Consumer News


eFinancial News

Financial Times

The Street Sleuth

071 Newspapers in North America

Newspapers in Mississippi:

Clarion-Ledger – Jackson, MS

Jackson Free Press – Jackson, MS

Rankin County News – Rankin County, MS

Rankin Ledger – Rankin County, MS

Scott County Times – Scott County, MS

Magee Courier-Simpson County News -Simpson County, MS

MageeNews.com – Simpson County’s Source for News & Views

The Magnolia Report – The Scoop for Mississippi Politics

Mississippi Business Journal

The Mississippi Link – a weekly publication that covers the black community by keeping its readers connected to what is happening in the overall population of the state.

Today in Mississippi – Published by the Electric Power Associations of Mississippi

Newspapers in North America:

Chicago Sun-Times – Chicago, IL

Los Angeles Times – Los Angeles, CA

The Commercial Appeal – Memphis, TN

Miami Herald – Miami, FL

New York Times – New York City, NY

The Times-Picayune – New Orleans, LA

Washington Post – Washington, DC

The Christian Science Monitor

USA Today

U. S. News

072-079 Newspapers in Other Geographic Areas

Newseum – Today’s front page from over 500 papers in 50 countries.

Watching America – Foreign news sources translated into English.

World-Newspapers.com – World newspapers, magazines, and news sites in English.

080 Quotations

Greatest Quotations

The Quotations Page

090 Manuscripts & Rare Books