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Architecture & Landscape Architecture Library Guide: WEB RESOURCES

MIT Launches New Open Access Collection of 34 Classical Architecture and Urban Studies E-books

MIT Press Open Architecture and Urban Studies is a robust digital collection of classic and previously out-of-print architecture and urban studies books, on the digital book platform, MIT Press Direct.

 

MIT Launches New Open Access Collection of 34 Classical Architecture and Urban Studies E-books ,© MIT Press

Information from the Internet

A large amount of information of interest to geomatics scholars and professionals is available on the internet, however when using internet resources, one should be cautious, as most websites don't undergo peer review. You need to evaluate the website you get information from.


The following tutorials provide useful information about evaluating web sites:

 

University of California. Berkeley Library: 
Evaluating Web Pages: Techniques to Apply & Questions to Ask

 

Cornell University Library:
Evaluating Web Sites: Criteria and Tools.