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Database of Veterinary Systematic Reviews (VetSRev) [via University of Nottingham, Centre of Evidence-based Veterinary Medicine (CEVM)]
A database of articles indexed in CAB Abstracts and PubMed that exclusively retrieves synthesis evidence (systematic and scoping reviews) in veterinary medicine. This is version 2.0 released in January of 2022.
data.census.gov
Data.census.gov is the new platform to access demographic and economic data from the U.S. Census Bureau. The vision for data.census.gov is to make data available from one centralized place so that data users spend less time searching for data and content, and more time using it.
Directory of Free Arabic Journals [DFAJ]
The Directory of Free Arab Journals (DFAJ) covers (green) open-access (OA) journals published in the Arab world. Currently covers more than 300 journals from 18 countries.
Dave Leip’s Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections [via Dave Leip]
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U.S. election data for House of Representatives and Voter Turn Out, by age and registration, in spreadsheet format displaying state and county-level data available for from 1992-2020. All data compiled from official sources.
Coverage: 1992 - present
De Gruyter University Press Library [via De Gruyter]
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Multi-disciplinary collection of ebooks selected from the front list titles of participating university presses. Participants include: Amsterdam University Press, Columbia University Press, Cornell University Press, Duke University Press, Fordham University Press, Harvard University Press, New York University Press, Princeton University Press, Rutgers University Press, Stanford University Press, University of California Press, University of Chicago Press, University of Pennsylvania Press, University of Toronto Press, and Yale University Press.
Drug Shortages [via American Society of Health-System Pharmacists]
Developed by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) in conjunction with the University of Utah Drug Information Service, Drug Shortages includes bulletins on shortages of drugs, biologics, devices, and specific dose forms. Updated daily, it includes recommendations on alternative therapies. Users can also report drug shortages to the ASHP through this resource.
Drug Shortages – Stat!Ref [via American Society of Health-System Pharmacists]
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Developed by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) in conjunction with the University of Utah Drug Information Service, Drug Shortages includes bulletins on shortages of drugs, biologics, devices, and specific dose forms. Updated daily, it includes recommendations on alternative therapies. Users can also report drug shortages to the ASHP through this resource.
Discography of American Historical Recordings (DAHR)
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DAHR is the preeminent searchable database documenting historical commercial sound recordings in the US, with audio streaming of more than 30,000 recordings, available free-of-charge. Used by researchers, musicologists, and general music fans, DAHR had its genesis in 1964 as the Encyclopedic Discography of Victor Recordings, a project founded by private collectors Ted Fagan and William R. Moran. It initially documented recordings made by the Victor Talking Machine Company from original documents in the Victor (now Sony) Archives. It became an online database at UCSB in 2008 and streaming audio was added through a partnership with the Library of Congress in 2011. In 2013, DAHR became the primary project of the UCSB-based American Discography Project (ADP)— with the expansion of the project to document seven other early record companies with support from the Packard Humanities Institute.
Deutsches Textarchiv
Das Deutsche Textarchiv stellt einen disziplinen- und gattungsübergreifenden Grundbestand deutschsprachiger Texte mit einem Schwerpunkt ab dem frühen 16. bis zum frühen 20. Jahrhundert bereit.