FotoFlexer_PhotoGoPit Encyclopedia Search
Go to home page, then select “Encyclopedia” from search categories.
GoPit.com – Encyclopedia Search


Featuring 100,000 scholarly articles. Highly respected.
www.britannica.com – Encyclopedia


catholicCatholic Encyclopedia
10,000 articles on Catholic history, interests, and doctrine.
www.newadvent.org/cathen – Religion


compterrefComputer Desktop Encyclopedia
Featuring 20,000 topics and 2,500 images. Search field at bottom of page.
www.computerlanguage.com – Computers


mythicaEncyclopedia Mythica
Premier encyclopedia covering mythology, folklore, and religion.
www.pantheon.org – Mythology


eolEncyclopedia of Life
Database of scientific information on and photographs of known species.
www.eol.org – Biology


eopEncyclopedia of Philosophy
Hundreds of original contributions by philosophy experts and volunteers.
www.iep.utm.edu – Philosophy


eosEncyclopedia of Symbols
2,500 western signs and ideograms grouped by graphic characteristics.
www.symbols.com – Symbols


eosmithEncyclopedia Smithsonian
Online resources from the Smithsonian Institution.
www.si.edu – Encyclopedia


Open database of the world’s information.
www.freebase.com – Encyclopedia


nimMedline Medical Encyclopedia
Diseases, symptoms, injuries, and more with photographs and illustrations.
www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus – Medical Encyclopedia


Encyclopedia aggregator. Sources include Columbia Encyclopedia and Wikipedia.
www.reference.com – Information Aggregator


Peer-reviewed open-access encyclopedia written by scholars from around the world.


stanfordStanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Hundreds of refereed encyclopedia entries.
plato.stanford.edu – Philosophy


Encyclopedia of more than 3,000 famous people and fictional characters.
www.who2.com – Famous People


Find more than 2,000,000 entries, written and edited by users.
www.wikipedia.org – Encyclopedia


worldbookWorld Book
Traditional encyclopedia in print since 1917. Subscription required.
worldbook.com – Encyclopedia


worldlWorld Digital Library
Archive of primary materials from cultures around the world.
wdl.org – Encyclopedia