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FINDING A METASITE

There are various type of academic metasites.

1. Hierarchically-arranged non-commercial directories of academic websites. Find the women related sites in BUBL Link (http://bubl.ac.uk.link/).

screen capture of <http://bubl.ac.uk/link/> the homepage for BUBL LINK / 5:15 which features "Selected Internet resources covering all academic subject areas."  Circled in red is the link for "Social Sciences."

You would click on Social Sciences, then Women's Studies.

screen capture for <http://bubl.ac.uk/link/soc.html> showing a partial list of subjects listed under Social Science - from "disasters" to  "world travel and tourism."  Circled in red is the link provided for "women's studies."

Notice that the UW System Women's Studies Librarian's Office is listed. You could also browse "women's rights," or one of the other topics instead.

screen capture of <http://bubl.ac.uk/link/w/women'sstudies.htm> listing  metasites related to the topic of Women's Studies.  Indicated is #12, the site maintained by the University of Wisconsin Women's Studies Librarian's Office.

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