resource reviews—ibiblio—"the public's library and
—Contributed by ETAF
A collaboration of the Center for the
Public Domain and the University of North Carolina at Chapel
A massive collection of free literature and other art materials, with
the goal of capturing as many arts-related materials as possible and
making it all available online. Affiliations with an untold number of
other agencies; a place to park their information stores.
Well worth a visit.
some of What You Can Do at ibiblio
- Download free ebooks from Project Gutenberg
- Read materials about poetry and reading.
- Hear audio recordings of live lectures, readings, and
discussions about literature, many from the
creator's own lips.
- Read journals
- Consult reference works such as dictionaries, encyclopedias
- Learn about Journalism and Library Science
- Explore the Library of Southern Literature
- Listen to Internet radio broadcasts
- Follow links to scores of other web sites. Some of the most
unusual, interesting, and informative sites in the arts.
Subjects related to the arts
Many of the subjects treated by ibiblio relate to the arts.
Some of these subjects are:
- Fine Arts
- Performing Arts
- TV and Radio Communications
- American and foreign literature
- Story Telling
Many other subjects are covered at ibiblio that may also be
of interest to bright minds:
- Women's Studies
- Medical Science
- Social Science
- Natural sciences and mathematics
- The Paranormal
ibiblio web site
the Web Museum
ibiblio is the host web site for the Web Museum, one of
the largest collections of fine art on the web.
- Visit Electricka's Resource Review on the Web Museum:
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