Table of contents
 5. Special Area Research Ideas 
 5.1. Journalism / News Research Sites 
 5.1.1.® - The Newsroom Home Page - Terrific resource site for journalists and writers. 
 5.1.2. Google Open Directory - Arts: Writers Resources: Non-Fiction: Journalism - Google's DMOZ directory project journalism site listing. 
 5.1.4.  - Journalism & Mass Communication Resources on the Web - from eLibrary@iowastateuniversity 
 5.1.5. Journalism and the Press: General Research and Reference Tools - Yale Research Guide for Mass Media and Popular Culture. 
 5.1.7. The Journalist's Toolbox: Other Journalism Research Pages Archives - Well-selected pointers to valuable research sites for journalists. 
 5.1.9. Moorhead State University: Journalism Resources - Journalism student resource collection. 
 5.1.10. News Research Resources - News Division, Special Libraries Association. 
 5.1.11. - "More than 182 Million Newspaper Articles from Thousands of Credible U.S. Publications—All In One Location." Commercial site 
 5.3. Student Users 
 6. Online Research Tips & Tricks 
 6.3. Search Engines - Recommended & Effective 
 6.3.1. Google - Of course! THE benchmark for searching the Web. 
 6.3.2. Clusty, the clustering search engine - Automatic clustering of search results into sub-topical groups...makes it easy to drill down to just what you need. 
 6.3.3. Yippy, the "Cloud" Maker - Automatically generates a link "cloud" of important subtopic terms found inside your search results. 
 6.3.5. - Open Search Client - Define custom groups of search engines selecting from more than 700 search engines, and search them all in a single step. Save your group definitions; use predefined groups saved by others.