There are two main ways of finding web sites:
We will spend the most time with search engines, but following links from trusted websites is also useful, so don't forget about that!
You are probably most familiar with looking for sites using a search engine -- you enter your terms and the search engine returns a list of web pages that had your terms somewhere in them.
When you find a good and useful site, it is almost always worth looking to see if the site has a collection of links to similar sites. Like using the bibliography at the end of a paper or book to find related sources, this is an excellent way to save yourself time and effort.
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