The left-hand column of the
main page lists all of the main categories found
within The Robinson Library website; choose one
of those if you want to just "look
around" and see what is available. Each of
these main categories is divided into multiple
sub-categories, and many of them are subdivided
even further. To see a general outline of the
website, check out the Sitemap.
The "Keyword Search"
option can be used if you have a subject in mind
and want to see how many (if any) of the pages in
the site have information on that subject. You
may be as specific or general as you wish in your
search, but as with any other search engine the
more specific your keyword the more specific the
result(s) will be. Spelling is important, since
the search engine I use does not attempt to
suggest alternate spellings. If searching for a
specific person, type the name into the search
box first-name-first in order to get a more
accurate search result.
The "Subject Index"
allows you to easily determine if The Library has
any information on a specific subject. Simply
click on the appropriate letter of the alphabet
and then scroll down the appropriate page to see
if your subject is listed. Only pages directly
relevant to a given subject are indexed. If you
don't see your subject on the page, chances are I
don't currently have any information available.
If this is the case, please let me know via e-mail; even
if I can't get the appropriate information to you
directly, I always like knowing what's missing
and what needs to be added.
Newest additions to The Library
are listed below the search and index..
Other Index Pages
All of the interior index pages
use the same basic format as the main index page,
minus the "Keyword Search" and
"Subject Index" features.
Every page of actual
information on this website follows the exact
same format. The site banner is at the top, with
graphic links to basic features of the site
(Sitemap, Contact Information, Etc.). The first
colored row provides graphic links to the
specific portions of the site outline in which
the particular page is located. The information
itself comes next, followed by sources used (if
any), and other relevant pages (if any). Textual
links equal to the graphic links finish out the
To Suggest A Subject
If you cannot find any
information about your subject on my site, please
feel free to send me an e-mail and ask for my
help. I may have the answer(s) you seek, even if
I haven't created the appropriate page yet. I am
always looking for new subjects, and what better
way to determine what needs to be added than
questions from my users? Send your requests for
new subjects to email@example.com.