Individual registration required, although access is free to UC Davis affiliated users. Databases available via the MicroMedex DrugKnowledge link are: Physicians Desk Reference (PDR), Martindale: the Complete Drug Reference, POISINDEX, and DRUGDEX (Consults and Evaluations). These databases provide information on drugs including: administration, adverse effects, clinical applications, contraindications, dosage, indications, interactions, over-dosage, pharmacology, precautions, product/substance identification, toxicity, references, synonyms, and uses. Note: all MicroMedex databases are not available to UCD.
Offers access to and interconnectivity between three major Middle English electronic resources: an electronic version of the Middle English Dictionary, a HyperBibliography of Middle English prose and verse based on the MED bibliographies, and an associated network of electronic resources.
This database contains more than 22,000 records pertaining to international migration. With emphasis on Europe and Africa, it also covers Asia and the Americas. There is an English-language search interface to citations that are mostly in French (77%) or English (16%). It is a project of Le Centre de documentation de Migrinter, at the Université de Poitiers
“The study of military history has evolved into a multidisciplinary effort to go beyond the history of military operations to consider broader political, cultural, and social questions. It spans across several disciplines and genres, including sociology and political science, biography, war and battle narratives, the history of technology, foreign affairs and international relations, and various national histories. From ancient military history to contemporary studies of international conflict, a great deal of this work has moved online with the most recent scholarship, research, and statistics appearing in online databases and often only discoverable through online search tools. . . . Oxford Bibliographies in Military History will offer a trustworthy pathway through the thicket of information overload.”
“The Miller Center is a nonpartisan affiliate of the University of Virginia that specializes in presidential scholarship, public policy and political history.” Their Web site offers biographical information on all the presidents as well as transcripts of speeches, audio of conversations secretly recorded by 6 presidents, and more.
Provides data resources from the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) that can be used in the analysis of issues affecting racial and ethnic minority populations in the United States.
Full-Text collection of neuroscience reference sources, and MIT Press books and journals in the brain and cognitive sciences.
The Modern Language Association International Bibliography (MLAIB) covers international scholarly materials on all languages, literatures, linguistics, and folklore from around the world. It includes citations to items from journals, series, books, essay collections, working papers, proceedings, dissertations, and bibliographies. MLAIB does not index book reviews.
Critically-edited (Latin and premodern German language) primary sources for the study of German and central European history from late antiquity to 1500 CE.
Related: Hard copy volumes are located on the Lower Level of Shields at DD3 M8 P6.