This full-text Veterinary Medicine ebook collection, part of CRCnetBASE, includes something over 100 publications on veterinary topics: anatomy, ophthalmology, radiology, self-assessment reviews and more. It is full text searchable in addition to author and/or title searchable down to the chapter level.
The ideal support for continuing educationWith access to over 1 million research records, more than 25,500 full text documents, and 842 datasheets covering diseases and pathogens of animals, VetMed Resource is the most comprehensive source of information on all aspects of veterinary medicine.
Updated weekly, Vetstream is an online, point-of-care veterinary clinical reference source, currently covering dogs, cats, rabbits and horses. Content is provided in text, picture, video and audio formats; and submitted by leading veterinary clinicians with editorial board oversight and peer review. Additionally, the provided references may be cross-linked to PubMed or VetMedResource records.
VIAF is a joint project of several national libraries, implemented and hosted by OCLC. The project’s goal is to lower the cost and increase the utility of library authority files by matching and linking the authority files of national libraries, and then making that information available on the Web.
“The Virginia Gazette was the first newspaper published in Virginia and the first to be published in the area south of the Potomac River in the colonial period of the United States. Issues have the following subtitle: “Containing the freshest advices, foreign and domestick”
Between 1776 and 1780 there were often two and sometimes three competing papers with the same name publishing simultaneously. All available copies are included here with the competitors described as Virginia Gazette 2 and 3.
This web site provides public access and preservation services for the nearly 5,000 CD-ROMs, DVDs, and floppy disks distributed by the GPO under the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP). These tangible products have been received through the FDLP since the 1980s and consist of millions of individual files containing fundamental data on economics, the environment, population, and life and physical sciences. The products will be more easily accessed through this project as the collection becomes more comprehensive.
The Virtual Religion Index analyzes and highlights important content of religion-related websites. Hyperlinks are provided not only to homepages but to major directories & documents within. Many religion-related web pages offer lists of links to sites of related interest. Some are extensive & a few annotated.
This is a list of image collections in architecture,the fine arts, cartography, history and more–all freely available. Representative collections include: The Museum and Online Archive of California; The Estate Project for Artists with Aids; Maps of Africa; The Comer Archive of Chicago (photographs);The Farber Gravestone Collection. Many of these are accessible through the UC Image Service (imageservice.cdlib.org).
Visual History Archive® is USC Shoah Foundation’s online portal that allows users to search through and freely view a subset of ~ 3,000 of the more than 55,000 video testimonies of survivors and witnesses of genocide. Initially a repository of Holocaust testimony, the Archive has expanded significantly to include survivor and witness testimony from four other genocidal events: the Armenian Genocide (1915-1923), the Nanjing Massacre (1937), the Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda (1994) and the Guatemalan Genocide (1978-1996).