“Библиотека «ImWerden» (в переводе с немецкого «в развитии», «в становлении») — электронная библиотека Рунета. Основана 15 августа 2000 года и поддерживается, редактируется и пополняется Андреем Никитиным-Перенским, проживающим в Мюнхене. Основные форматы: PDF, MP3 и AVI. Основной принцип — добротность электронного переиздания. Библиотека содержит самое большое в Рунете собрание авторских чтений своих произведений в аудио- и видеоформатах. На сайте Библиотеки «ImWerden» в формате MP3 можно найти записи авторских чтений своих произведений Сергея Есенина, Александра Блока, Владимира Маяковского, Анны Ахматовой, Бориса Пастернака, Арсения Тарковского, Давида Самойлова, Аркадия Штейнберга др. В разделе «XXI век» публикуются тексты, присланные авторами для издания и отобранные редактором.” Multi-media, open-access, full-text library of works by 20th and 20th-century Russian literature.
NEON collects “data across the United States on the impacts of climate change, land use change and invasive species on natural resources and biodiversity. NEON is a project of the U.S. National Science Foundation, with many other U.S. agencies and NGOs cooperating.”
NEON is “the first observatory network of its kind designed to detect and enable forecasting of ecological change at continental scales over multiple decades.” The data NEON collects is freely and openly available to all users.
The Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD) is an international organization dedicated to promoting the adoption, creation, use, dissemination and preservation of electronic analogues to the traditional paper-based theses and dissertations.This website contains information about the initiative, how to set up Electronic Thesis and Dissertation (ETD) programmes, how to create and locate ETDs, and current research in digital libraries related to NDLTD and ETDs.
“This online Reference Module forms the definitive source for those entering, researching or teaching in any of the many disciplines making up this interdisciplinary area of study. This resource is designed to serve as an in depth and comprehensive compendium of Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology.”
Latest update: Sept 9, 2018
A full text collection of 7 Nevada Newspapers covering the period between 1864 and 1930. Includes long runs of the Nevada State Journal and the Elko Daily Independent. Other titles represented by one or two issues.
It can be searched as part of the larger collection of America’s Historical Newspapers or by itself. To search separately, follow the link then click “place of publication” tab and select Nevada.
Read brief summaries of recent books in Native American Studies and then listen to interviews with their authors. This site is part of the New Books Network
Read summaries of new books in this field and then listen to interviews with their authors.”New Books in Science, Technology, and Society (NBSTS) aims for a broadly interdisciplinary coverage of recently-published books in science studies.
This site is part of the New Books Network, a consortium of podcasts dedicated to raising the level of public discourse by introducing serious authors to serious audiences.” The site features scholars working in dozens of academic disciplines, including Science,History, Technology, and Environmental Studies.
One of the oldest African American newspapers of the United States, Amsterdam News was founded in New York in 1909 and is still published today. Keep in mind that this database does not contain the full run of the title.
Provides primary source documentation on Black history, politics, culture, and the arts. Full text search of articles, classified ads, display advertisements, bylines, headlines, obituaries and more. Cross-searchable with all other ProQuest titles.
This extraordinarily rich image database of over 870,000 photographs, maps, motion picture and audio recordings is divided into 30 distinct collections. Collections are organized in numerous ways; most of them are either by the administrations of city mayors and borough presidents, or by municipal department, or by material or subject type.
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