The Internet Scout Report is a publication produced by a team of professional librarians and subject matter specialists located at the University of Wisconsin – Madison as a part of the Internet Scout Project. The objective of the report is to keep its readers current on valuable resources available on the internet and has been doing so since 1994.
The Internet Scout Report itself is divided into 4 sections:
- Research and Education
- General Interest
- Network Tools
- In the news
The content of the Internet Scout report provides links to information in various forms of media including: videos, podcasts, software, web based services and news articles. The Scout Report is focused on providing resources and tools to help its readers better find, filter and deliver information online.
This publication is free and open to everyone. You can get the most recent publications sent straight to your inbox after subscribing to the mailing list. Also, the resources have been carefully annotated and are accessible through the incredibly easy to use Scout Report Archives which are also browseable by library of congress subject heading.