Although Wikipedia is a great place to find information, it’s subject to incomplete citations, biased views, and inaccuracies. And when you absolutely have to have indisputable facts, that’s just not good enough. Fortunately, there are plenty of alternatives out there that can deliver with high quality accuracy, and we’ve listed 25 of the best here.
The 25 includes the following:
- AmericanFactFinder: This database from the US Census Bureau is a great source for information on housing, economics, geography and population.
- Virtual Reference Shelf: This Library of Congress site offers a number of high quality selected web resources.
- FactCheck.org: FactCheck.org researches politics and delivers the truth on candidates and more.
- Browse Topics: Maintained by professional librarians, this site links to Federal websites that offer facts.
- WWW Virtual Library: Created by Tim Berners-Lee, who also created HTML and the Web, this library uses experts to compile high quality information.
For the full list: http://www.collegedegree.com/library/financial-aid/25-online-resources-for-reliable-researched-facts/