"Provides access to distributed digital library collections pertaining to 19th- and 20th-century U.S. social history. The 175 collections represent such institutions as the Library of Congress, Harvard University, and the California Digital Library and contain 514,708 photographs and cultural materials, books and pamphlets, journal articles, maps, short music videos, data sets, political cartoons and posters, and oral histories."
Listing over 21,000 "academic" Web resources, this is not a tool for finding "everything" on the Web. InfoMine lists only high-quality resources which are "academic" in nature -- intended for college- or university-level research. Citations include descriptive summaries and links.
Specialized in storing and accessing "old" Web pages, with some coverage extending back to 1995. Includes over 30 billion pages.
As of January 2011, you also can use a new interface, which is still in the Beta test stage.
Searchable and browseable database to over nine years' worth of the Scout Report and subject-specific Scout Reports. It contains about 17,000 critical annotations of carefully selected Internet sites and mailing lists.
OAIster (Open Archives Initiative) "harvests" collections of digital resources from nearly 300 academic and research-related institutions, now totaling over 23 million items.
It focuses on materials (reports, studies, other documents) created at respected academic and research institutions.
The Oberlin Group is a group of U.S. private colleges, associated mostly for the benefit of their libraries.
This Google-based search engine is designed to search institutional Web pages at each of these colleges.
A specialized search engine that searches the web and catalogs academic articles as well as commercially produced articles and reports that address any branch of business. The search engine crawls websites of universities, commercial organizations, research institutes and government departments to retrieve academic articles, working papers, white papers, consulting reports, magazine articles, and published statistics and facts.
Specialized search engine which focuses on over 450 million science-related Web pages. Also searches for publicly-accessible science journal article citations and PDF documents that Google misses, including documents from institutional repositories. Focuses only on Web pages containing scientific content.
"Global science gateway" allowing one-stop searching of 15 national and international science databases and portals, maintained by government agencies and national libraries of Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, United Kingdom, and the United States.