LIST OF SUBJECT GATEWAYS ALONG WITH THEIR LOGOS
ADAM
aecportico
AERADE
AGRIGATE
ADAM: art, design, architecture and media
aecportico: archictecure, engineering, construction
AERADE: aerospace and defence studies
AGRIGATE: agriculture, forestry, environment, food science, horticulture

AHDS
ALTIS Artifact Biogate
AHDS: arts and humanities
ALTIS: hospitality, leisure, sport, tourism Artifact: arts, design, architecture, media Biogate: biological sciences

BIOME
Biz/ed BUBL
CAIN
BIOME: health and life sciences
Biz/ed: business and economics BUBL: library and information science
CAIN: conflict studies

ChemDex
EdWeb EEVL
ELDIS
ChemDex: chemistry
EdWeb: educational reform and information technology EEVL: engineering, mathematics and computing
ELDIS: development & the environment

GEM
Geo-Information Gateway GEsource History
GEM (Gateway to Educational Materials): educational resources
Geo-Information Gateway: geography, geology, the environment GEsource: the environment & geography History: historical studies

HUMBUL
iLoveLanguages InfoLaw Botany
HUMBUL: humanities
iLoveLanguages: language-learning & linguistics InfoLaw: law Internet Directory for Botany: botany

LAWLINKS
Links for Chemists The Math Forum Internet Mathematics Library MCS
LAWLINKS: law
Links for Chemists: chemistry The Math Forum Internet Mathematics Library: mathematics MCS: media and communication studies

MedHist Music (BUBL Link) NOVAGate PADI: Preserving Access to Digital Information
MedHist: history of medicine, and allied sciences Music (BUBL Link): music NOVAGate: forestry, food, veterinary, and agricultural sciences PADI: Preserving Access to Digital Information

Philosophy Around The Web Philosphy in Cyberspace PhysicsWeb Resources Port
Philosophy Around The Web: philosophy studies Philosophy in Cyberspace: philosophy PhysicsWeb Resources: physics PORT: maritime studies

Portal to Legal Resources: UK and Ireland psci-com PSIgate Psych Web
Portal to Legal Resources in the UK and Ireland: law psci-com: communication of science; science in society PSIgate: physical sciences Psych Web: psychology

RUDI Sapling SciCentral SOSIG
RUDI: urban design Sapling: architecture, planning and landscape SciCentral: science SOSIG: social sciences

World Wide Arts Resources
World Wide Arts Resources: the arts

Multi-Subject Gateways

About.com
Academic Info
BUBL Link
DMOZ: The Open Directory Project
About.com Education: all subjects
Academic Info: all subjects
BUBL Link: all subjects
DMOZ: The Open Directory Project: all subjects

DutchESS INFOMINE MetaMatters RDN
DutchESS: all subjects INFOMINE: all subjects MetaMatters (Australia-based gateways): all subjects RDN (Resource Discovery Network): all subjects

Renardus Scout Report Archives WWW Virtual Library
Renardus: all subjects Scout Report Archives: all subjects WWW Virtual Library: all subjects

PINAKES
In ancient times, the Library of Alexandria was seen as a universal store of human knowledge. As the Library grew in size, however, it became increasingly difficult to locate relevant material. The poet Callimachus solved the problem by compiling a catalogue called The Pinakes. On a far smaller scale, these Web pages hope to provide a similar function for Internet resources, by linking to the major subject gateways.