Sometimes Professors say you can't use
Web sources for your papers. Talk to your professor to clarify this,
because there are basically two Webs.
When many people say the word
Web they mean the Visible Web. Anyone connected to the Internet can
view this part of the Web. Most search engines only scan the Visible Web.
The part of the Web you might not be
familiar with is the Invisible
Web. Since most search engines don't scan all Web pages,
you could miss valuable information found in private databases. If you
begin your search at the Library's homepage, you can't go wrong. Besides,
most professors expect students to begin searching for scholarly sources by
using library databases on the Invisible Web.