- Student Counseling Virtual Pamphlet Collection -- From the Univ. of Chicago
- Resources List for Accessible Libraries -- Excellent annotated list of resources
- Resources on the web -- Large directory of adaptive technologies
- Web Accessibility Initiative -- Guides and information from the World Wide Web Consortium
- Occupational Outlook- information on job outlook, training, and pay for different occupations from the Burea of Labor Statistics
- Job Accommodation Network (JAN) -- From the U.S. Dept of Labor
- National Organization on Disability -- News, information, and resources
- Study Guides and Strategies-- From the Univ. of St. Thomas.
- Study Skills Guides -- From College of St. Benedict/St. John's University
- Study Skills Self-Help Information -- From Virginia Tech
- American Counseling Association -- The American Counseling Association is dedicated to the growth and development of the counseling profession and those who are served
- American Psychological Association-- The mission of the APA is to advance the creation, communication and application of psychological knowledge to benefit society and improve people’s lives.
- American School Counselor Association -- The American School Counselor Association (ASCA) supports school counselors' efforts to help students focus on academic, personal/social and career development so they achieve success in school and are prepared to lead fulfilling lives as responsible members of society. ASCA provides professional development, publications and other resources, research and advocacy to more than 27,000 professional school counselors around the globe."
- ADA Home Page; U.S. Department of Justice
- National Association for College Admission Counseling
Cabrillo College Sites
Consider the source--Use recognized authorities. Can you identify the author? Know who is responsible for the content.
Focus on quality--All Web sites are not created equal. Does the site have an editorial board? Is the information reviewed before it is posted? Does it have spelling errors? Is it trying to sell you something?
Look for the evidence--Rely on research, not opinion. Does the site identify the author? Does it rely on testimonials?
Check for currency--Look for the latest information Is the information current?
Beware of bias--What is the purpose? Who is providing the funding? Who pays for the site?
Adapted from: MedlinePlus Guide to Healthy Web Surfing 2013