SomeOne writes \"Should librarians use college professors rather than search engines to guide the search for information? Professors are posting citations to superlative sources about their subject specialties at The Infography.
It\'s a treasure trove for reference and acquisition librarians. Not surprisingly, most of the research recommendations are to books and journals rather than to web sites. \"
Their info page says \"This reference tool enables a student, librarian, or teacher to identify superlative sources of information about a subject of inquiry, viewed through the lens of expert opinion. The subject specialists who select the citations published in The Infography are professors and other scholars who know the literature about their subjects of expertise, who know which information sources are seminal for research.\"