Current full-text content of the Wall Street Journal.
Historical coverage of the Wall Street Journal 1889-1985 with both full page and individual article images. Searchable full text back to the first issue.
Historical coverage of the Washington Post from 1877-1997, with both full page and individual article images. Searchable full text back to the first issue.
WAVES accesses the collections of 11 Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) Canada and Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) libraries across Canada, covering published and unpublished literature relating to fisheries, aquatic sciences, and nautical sciences. Citations may include links to full text of DFO and CCG publications. Publications are also available via interlibrary loan. Link is provided to English version.
Web of Science combines traditional bibliographic searching of journal content across the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences with broadly interdisciplinary “cited reference” search capabilities.
The UC Curation Center archives a wide variety of data management related webinars, with average run time from 30-60 minutes.
The volumes in this series contain transcripts of the Witness Seminars at which significant figures in twentieth-century medicine are invited to discuss specific discoveries or events in recent medical history. All papers and records collected during the organization of the meetings and editing of the transcripts are deposited in Archives and Manuscripts, Wellcome Library, London, in collection GC/253.” All volumes are freely available here as PDF downloads.
A few of the topics covered are:
Technology Transfer in Britain: The Case of Monoclonal Antibodies: Self and Non-Self: History of Autoimmunity: Endogenous Opiates
Early heat transplant surgery in the UK
Looking at the Unborn: Historical aspects of obstetric ultrasound.
British Contributions to Medical Research and Education in Africa after the Second World War
The “Siku Quan Shu=Complete Library in Four Branches” was compiled during the years 1773-1782 by edict from Emperor Qianlong. It includes 3460 works, with a total of more then 36,000 volumes. In the “Siku Quan shu”, the important works include history, astronomy, geography, rules and regulations, politics, economics, society, science and technology, and philosophy. Its four main bibliographic divisions are jing 經, shi 史, zi 子, and ji 集. NOTE: Access to the “Siku Quan Shu” is available ONLY by using the Internet Explorer (IE) browser. Off campus the database is accessible using the VPN Client (PulseSecure).
Official White House site presents issue positions, news, Cabinet, appointments, offices and major speeches. Includes biography, video tour and photo essays.
This web guide to early cinema information includes biographies of important contributors, a useful chronology, information on early projection equipment, and a list of book and journal sources.
Related: Updates the print reference work, “Who’s Who of Victorian Cinema,” located in H/SS Reference, 2nd floor Shields Library, TR849.A1W46 1996
Indexes literature on wild mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians; covering all aspects of wildlife and wildlife management. Database producer from South Africa with excellent coverage of African publications.
WILDLIFE. An electronic encyclopaedia and a library of electronic books and documents providing information on the natural history, health and management of captive and free-ranging wild animals. The Wildpro® Electronic Library contains more than 200 documents ranging in size from single page factsheets or pamphlets to whole books such as the classic 1910 text “Elephants and Their Diseases” (G.H. Evans), the “Field Manual of Wildlife Diseases” (National Wildlife Health Center, USGS) and the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust’s “Wetlands, Wildlife and Industry: a manual of principles and practice.”