Some Scholarly Links of Interest:

There are a lot of ways to navigate the WWW. What you see here is a personal one, namely the collection of links that I (Jim O'Donnell) have found useful. There are four categories here:

The University of Pennsylvania's School of Arts and Sciences has a useful home page and I hope Penn students will have found their way to the page for the College of Arts and Sciences, and the University's master home page is available as well (and our on-line e-mail address directory). The University of Pennsylvania Library system's WWW server is new in spring 1995.
I've also downloaded a recent copy of the NCSA primer for HTML as a guide for making HTML documents for the WWW.
Carnegie Mellon University's Lycos page is a powerful search tool. The most popular way to get around the WWW seems to be Yahoo!.