BrowZine Journal Engagement Platform is a web-based platform and mobile app that enables users to quickly find, easily follow, and directly access the library’s licensed e-journals on any device.Download BrowZine mobile app
BrowZine visually presents the library’s e-journals in a browsable and readable format with seamless synchronization across devices. Includes a My Bookshelf feature which enables users to add their favorite titles and receive notification of newly published articles (including articles in press). Articles can be saved to My Articles for reading and referencing later.
The British Small Animal Veterinary Association has created a digital library of a great deal of content including books, proceedings, special topics, continuing education (Continuing Professional Development), formularies, podcasts, and client handouts. Many required course readings (BSAVA Manuals) are available here.
“With approximately 300 million adherents around the globe today, Buddhism is one of the largest world religions. The study of Buddhism is a diverse field which combines religion, philosophy, history, art history, philology and textual studies, as well as informing a variety of comparative studies. Besides its interdisciplinary nature, Buddhist traditions vary enormously throughout the world. Because the field comprises so many varied aspects, research and scholarship is wide-reaching in its response to new discoveries, interpretations, and theoretical ideas. . . . Oxford Bibliographies in Buddhism offers a much-needed expert filter that relies on expertise that no algorithm can replicate.”
Follow this link to see all the Oxford Bibliographies Online to which UCDavis subscribes
An “online community of naturalists who enjoy learning about and sharing our observations of insects, spiders, and other related creatures. … collect photographs of bugs from the United States and Canada for identification and research. … [they] summarize … findings in guide pages for each order, family, genus, and species”
Free image database created by the University of Georgia’s Center for Invasive Species & Ecosystem Health. Topics covered include: Agriculture, Bark beetles, Christmas trees, Cogongrass, Forest* A *Syst, Forest pests, Forest productivity, Forestry, Insects, Invasive species, IPM, Plant diseases, Plants, Prescribed fire, Silvopasture, Trees, Urban forestry, Weeds, Widely prevalent species (as defined by APHIS), and Wildlife.
BuildingGreen.com integrates online versions of GreenSpec product listings, articles from Environmental Building News, peer-to-peer comments, and more than 300 project case studies. This information is searchable and cross-referenced by CSI MasterFormat division, LEED™ credit, or green topic. Each article, product listing, and case study also lists related content and information sources.
Bungei kurabu was originally published by Hakubunkan from 1895 to 1933. This online version of the journal offers access to 284 issues published between 1895 and 1912 in 108,070 pages, comprising articles by ca. 2,600 authors, including Higuchi Ichiyō, Izumi Kyōka, Ozaki Kōyō, Tayama Katai, and Yamada Bimyō. In addition to literary texts, the journal features also color illustrations at front pages (kuchie) by well-known artists of the time. Article titles in 3 journals included in the series (Taiyō, Bungei kurabu, Kōyūkai zasshi)can be searched. Full-text access is available only for “Taiyō and “Bungei kurabu.”
U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, an agency withing the U.S. Department of Commerce produces economic statistics about major functions of the U.S. economy. National Income and Product accounts, GDP, personal income and outlays, and regional economic indicators are the major data sets produced by BEA.
Provides access to statistics for a variety of U.S. Department of Justice reports and documents as well as some international statistics on crime and criminal justice. Link to data from the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reports and download data series. Includes surveys of DNA Crime Laboratories.
This Index “includes the entire content of The Burlington Magazine dating from March 1903 until December 2002 (NB – currently up to December 1982, work on more recent years is in progress). The Online Index is free to use, subject to free registration. JSTOR subscribers can then view articles and illustrations online.” The indexing is specialized and in-depth, including such browsable fields as artists, collectors and art dealers, patrons, private galleries, and more.