- A-Z guide to Shakespeare
- ABI/INFORM global
This resource, one of the largest business databases, contains citations and some full-text articles from scholarly journals, popular magazines, and newspapers (including full-text articles from the Wall Street Journal back to 1984), as well as full-text business cases, conference proceedings, and dissertations.
- ABSEES online
This resource - the American Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies - provides citations to articles on all aspects of Slavic and East European culture. Its citations cover journal articles, books, book chapters, book reviews, dissertations, and more, published in the United States and Canada since 1989.
- Academic OneFile
This resource is multidisciplinary and indexes a large number of peer-reviewed, scholarly journals, as well as newspapers, books, and multimedia content such as videos, podcasts and audio files. Articles may be available as full text or as citations or abstracts.
- Academic search premier
This resource is a multidisciplinary database that provides access to scholarly journal literature across all disciplines, as well as magazine articles and some newspaper articles. It is a recommended starting point for research on any subject, and very useful for topics that span disciplines. It includes some full text as well as links to full text.
- Accessible archives (18th-early 20th centuries)
This resource includes a variety of primary source materials relating to U.S. history from the 18th through the early 20th centuries. The collection includes newspapers, magazines, county histories, books, and more. Note: materials in this collection are text (not image-based) versions of the originals.
Use this resource to access comprehensive diagnostic and treatment information in many accessible forms.
- Achieving sustainability
- ACM digital library
This resource provides a portal to full-text articles published by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). The content includes journals, conference papers, magazines, newsletters, and selected book titles in the fields of computing and information technology.
- Acta sanctorum
This resource is the electronic version of the complete printed text of Acta Sanctorum
, which is a collection of documents, written in Latin, examining the lives of the saints (hagiography), organized according to each saint's feast day. It includes all prefatory material and original texts with critical commentaries on the source documents. It is cross-searchable with Patrologia Latina Database
- African American newspapers (1827-1998)
This resource provides access to newspapers by and/or for African Americans. Significant titles include: Freedom's Journal, the first African American newspaper published in the US; Frederick Douglass' Paper; and the Washington Bee. Explore historical events related to the anti-slavery movement, the great migration, the modern civil rights movement, and more. Search or browse the collection to find news articles, letters to the editor, advertisements, images, and editorials.
This resource, created by the National Agricultural Library, provides comprehensive access to U.S. agricultural and life science information, including journal articles, books chapters, monographs, theses, patents, and technical reports. AGRICOLA covers all aspects of agriculture and allied disciplines, including animal and veterinary sciences, entomology, plant sciences, forestry, aquaculture and fisheries, farming and farming systems, agricultural economics, extension and education, food and human nutrition, and earth and environmental sciences.
- Agricultural & environmental science database (formerly Environmental sciences and pollution management)
This resource is a multidisciplinary compendium of databases that covers broadly: agriculture, environmental sciences, pollution, energy, ecology, air and water quality, policy issues. It includes references to journal articles, reports, monographs, and government publications. The default search screen searches across multiple databases. It contains citations with abstracts and some links to full text.
- Alexander Street counseling
This resource provides access to streaming videos for the study of counseling, social work, psychotherapy, psychology, and psychiatric counseling. Videos often include demonstrations of a certain counseling technique or method. Browse by therapeutic approach, counseling method, presenting condition, therapist, or subject and search videos by keyword. Clips can be made and saved to a personal library. Full videos or clips can be linked or embedded.
This resource gives researchers full-text access to alternative, independent, and grassroots-supported newspapers, journals, and magazines. These publications cover local, national, and international news and issues with a critical view that contrasts with coverage in corporate-owned media.
- Alternative press index
This resource provides citations for articles from international alternative and small-press journals, newspapers and magazines, sometimes with links to full text. Articles include news reports, biographical profiles and arts reviews and cover cultural, economic, political and social change over the last 25 years.
- Ambrose digital
This resource gives you access to a diverse collection of streaming videos, including BBC Shakespeare plays and series on global warming, alternative energy, the human body, religion and major inventions throughout history.
- America, history & life
This resource provides information about journal articles, book and media reviews, and dissertations on American and Canadian history and culture from prehistoric times to present. Resources can be searched by historical period and includes full-text access to many journal articles.
- American Chemical Society journals
- American decades
- American decades: 2000-2009
- American decades primary sources
- American decades primary sources: 2000-2009
- American history in video
This collection includes archival and documentary streaming video on all aspects and historical periods of American history. Search for videos by keyword or browse by time period, subject, people, places, and more. Each video includes a full transcript, and many include a detailed study guide.
- American Library Association archives
This resource contains non-current records of the American Library Association (ALA) dating back to the 1920s, including full-text records from elected officers, administrative and staff offices, executive board, council, annual conferences, associations and divisions, roundtables on special interests, and committees. ALA Archives also includes correspondence, publications, photographs, sound recordings, films, and video.
- American memory (see Library of Congress digital collections)
This resource provides digital access to a wide variety of primary source materials relating to all periods of American history, 1490-Present. The collection includes photographs, maps, posters, texts, pamphlets, sheet music, sound and video recordings, and more.
- American national biography online
Each biographical essay in this extensive collection includes an in-depth overview of the subject's life and significance in American history. Entries provide a list of further readings and, when applicable, indicate where the subject's papers or manuscripts are located.
- American Physical Society journals
- American reference books annual [ARBA] online
- American state papers, 1789-1838
This resource provides access to primary materials in American history and a wide variety of other areas. It contains searchable full-page images of documents, reports, maps, and statistics from the U.S. Congress and other federal government agencies.
- America's historical newspapers (1690-1999)
This resource is a collection of digitized newspapers published in the United States from 1690 to the recent past. Search or browse the collection to find news articles, letters to the editor, advertisements, images, editorials, and more.
- Ancestry library edition
This resource is a database of family history and genealogy materials, including: census and voter data; vital records; immigration records including passenger lists; naturalization records; selected court, land and probate records; United States military and draft records; city directories; maps; statistics; and reference books. The census data included is largely from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Western Europe. Date coverage varies, but is primarily 18th century - present. Note: Off-campus access is restricted to current UVM students, faculty and staff.
- Ancient Greece and Rome
- Annals of Congress (1789-1824) (in: Congressional record bound edition & predecessors, 1789-present)
This resource contains summaries and some full-text of debates, speeches and floor activity in the U.S. Congress, from 1789 to 1824.
- Année philologique
This resource is useful for locating scholarly works relating to every aspect of Greek and Roman civilization. It contains citations and abstracts to journal articles, conference papers, books, book reviews, and related research in ancient Greek and Latin language, culture, history, literature, religion/mythology, and philosophy, including material about the early Christian church.
- Anthropological fieldwork online
This resource provides access to digitized primary documents from the original fieldwork of seminal anthropologists in the early 20th century, including Bronislaw Malinowski, Victor and Edith Turner, Max Gluckman, Raymond Firth, Ruth Benedict, Charles Seligman and Edith Durham. Additional anthropologists' work will be added on a regular basis. This is an excellent resource for students and scholars studying the history and development of the field of anthropology. It includes fieldwork notes, photographs, letters, and other primary source materials.
This resource provides comprehensive indexing of journal articles, reports, commentaries, edited works, and obituaries in all the sub-disciplines of anthropology, including cultural, social, physical, biological, linguistics, archaeology, folklore, and interdisciplinary studies. It provides complete citations with descriptors and geographic information.
This resource is a full-text, searchable database of publications from the American Anthropological Association (AAA). It contains the full-text of articles from AAA journals, newsletters, bulletins, and monographs.
- Aristoteles Latinus database
This resource provides the complete collection of medieval Latin translations of Aristotle. These can be searched by period, author, clavis, or century.
- Art full text
This resource includes citations to articles and images on a wide variety of topics relating to art, art history, architecture, design, and film and media studies published in scholarly and professional journals. Some articles include full text.
- ARTFL project, University of Chicago
This resource is North America's largest collection of digitized resources in French. It comprises ARTFL-FRANTEXT, which indexes French texts, and more specialized collections of French women writers, Provençal poetry, ancient French texts, and historical dictionaries.
- Arts & humanities through the eras
This resource provides images of artwork and cultural artifacts of a wide variety of types, including paintings, sculpture, photographs, prints, furniture, textiles, documentary photographs, and crafts. The collection can be searched by creator, time period, type of work or by region of origin.
- Associated Press (AP) photo archive
This resource is a database of photographs, graphs and audio from the Associated Press covering worldwide news events. It includes photographs dating back to the nineteenth century, as well as audio files from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
- ATLA religion database
This resource is an important index to scholarly works in all fields of religion from all cultures, including mythology, ancient religions, and archaeology. It contains citations to articles in journals, books, book chapters, and book reviews. Some citations have links to full-text articles.
- Atlas of North American English
This resource provides an overall view of the pronunciation and vowel systems of the dialects of the US and Canada. It redefines the regional dialects of American English on the basis of sound changes active in the 1990s and draws new boundaries reflecting those changes. It also includes audio files.
- Bailey's industrial oil and fat products
- Barron's (ProQuest digital microfilm)
- Beacham's guide to the endangered species of North America
- Berg fashion library
This resource is a searchable portal to integrated text and image content on world dress and fashion throughout history. It covers all aspects of clothing, dress, fashion, and textiles around the world. It contains the Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion, fashion and costume dictionaries, and e-books. It provides selected images from the encyclopedia and selected museum collections in the U.S. and abroad.
- Bibliography of British and Irish history
This resource contains citations to articles, books, and book chapters on all aspects of British and Irish history, including the history of the British Empire and Commonwealth from all historical periods. It includes information about journal articles, books, and book chapters, published worldwide from 1900 to the present.
- Bibliography of medieval civilisation
This resource includes information about books published covering historical periods from 300 to 1500. Use it to locate citations to books on Medieval history and culture.
- Biography in context
- Biological & agricultural index
This resource provides comprehensive coverage to scholarly literature and popular press in the biological and agricultural sciences, including agricultural industry, environmental science, veterinary science, and wildlife management.
- Birds of North America online
This resource provides comprehensive, multimedia information (text, photos, audio, and video) of species of birds breeding in the United States and Canada.
- BNA antitrust & trade regulation report
- Book review index plus
This resource is an index to reviews for adult and children's books from popular, trade, refereed, and scholarly publications. It contains citations to book reviews, frequently with links to full-text reviews.
- Boston globe
This resource provides access to The Boston Globe from 1997 to present. Articles are available as HTML webpages and do not contain illustrations, advertisements, or photographs.
- Boston globe (ProQuest digital microfilm)
- Boston globe (ProQuest historical newspapers, 1872-1985)
This database is a digitized version of the microfilm edition of the Boston Globe (1872-1985). The paper is in PDF format, and includes news reports, editorials and editorial cartoons, advertisements, reviews, obituaries, and illustrations and photographs.
- Brill's encyclopedia of Hinduism
- Britannica academic
This resource provides access to the complete Encyclopædia Britannica. Articles are written by scholars and experts and include photographs, tables, graphs and videos. The resource also offers access to additional reference sources such as Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary and Thesaurus and country statistics.
- British history online
This resource is a collection of digitized versions of primary and secondary sources relating to British history from the 11th through the 19th centuries. This is a digital collection including extensive resources on Parliamentary, legal, church, and local histories.
- Burlington free press
This resource provides full-text access to selected articles published in the Burlington Free Press newspaper 1999-present. Coverage is NOT cover-to-cover. Only selected articles are included, as determined by the Burlington Free Press, and only articles written by the newspaper staff. It does not contain newswire reports.
- Burlington free press / Rutland herald index
This resource provides citations to articles and editorials from the Burlington Free Press and the Rutland Herald newspapers of Vermont, 1984-2009. Obituaries are not indexed, nor are sports stories, except for those about championships. It provides citations only; the full text of articles is available in the Microforms area of the Howe Library.
- Business insights : essentials
This resource includes industry surveys; domestic and international company profiles and financial statements; SWOT analyses; excerpts from reference books; and citations and full-text articles from scholarly and popular business literature and newspapers. (Previous title: Business and Company Resource Center.)
- Business market research collection (formerly Hoover's company profiles)
This resource provides information about public and non-public companies, including company description, products, competitors, executives, and financial data. (Previous title: Hoover's Company Profiles.)
- CAB direct
This resource covers international applied life and environmental sciences literature, including journal articles, books and book chapters, conference proceedings, newsletters, reports, and gray literature. It has strong international coverage. It includes CAB Abstracts, CABI Full Text, and Global Health.
- Cabell's directory of publishing opportunities. Business
- Cabell's directory of publishing opportunities. Educational directories
- Cabell's directory of publishing opportunities. Psychology & psychiatry
- Cambridge ancient history
- Cambridge histories online
This resource is a collection of titles that provide in-depth, scholarly histories on a wide variety of topics in U.S. and world history, and the history of specific disciplines. Full-text content is available for each title; many comprise multiple volumes.
- Cambridge history of African American literature
- Cambridge history of African and Caribbean literature
To access volume 2, click here
- Cambridge history of American literature
- Cambridge history of American poetry
- Cambridge history of American theatre
- Cambridge history of American women's literature
- Cambridge history of British theatre
- Cambridge history of Canadian literature
- Cambridge history of Chinese literature
- Cambridge history of Christianity
- Cambridge history of classical literature
- Cambridge history of early medieval English literature
- Cambridge history of early modern English literature
- Cambridge history of English literature, 1660-1780
- Cambridge history of English poetry
- Cambridge history of English romantic literature
- Cambridge history of gay and lesbian literature
- Cambridge history of Irish literature
- Cambridge history of Japanese literature
- Cambridge history of Judaism
Volumes 1-4 only currently available.
- Cambridge history of literary criticism
- Cambridge history of magic and witchcraft in the West
- Cambridge history of medieval English literature
- Cambridge history of postcolonial literature
To access volume 2, click here
- Cambridge history of postmodern literature
- Cambridge history of religions in America
- Cambridge history of religions in Latin America
- Cambridge history of Spanish literature
- Cambridge history of the English language
- Cambridge history of the English novel
- Cambridge history of the English short story
- Cambridge history of twentieth-century English literature
- Cambridge history of Victorian literature
- Cambridge history of world music
- Cambridge world history
- Cambridge world history of food
This two-volume resource covers the history of food and nutrition: foods that have been hunted, gathered, cultivated, and domesticated; their nutritional make-up and uses; and their impact on cultures and demography. It offers a geographical perspective on the history and culture of food and drink and takes up subjects from food fads, prejudices, and taboos to questions of food toxins, additives, labelling, and entitlements. Volume 2 contains A Historical Dictionary of the World’s Plant Foods.
- Cambridge world prehistory
- Center for Research Libraries catalog
This resource is the catalog of the collections of the CRL. UVM is a member of this library cooperative and as such we can borrow the unique materials it has in their collection. Use this catalog to locate hard-to-find newspapers and magazines, primary source collections, and books. Place requests through Interlibrary Loan.
This resource provides full-text information on U.S. taxation at the federal, state, and local levels. It includes the full text of Federal Tax Coordinator 2nd edition, U.S. Tax Reporter, Citator 2nd edition, Journal of Taxation, and other resources.
- Chicago manual of style online
- Chicago tribune (ProQuest historical newspapers, 1849-1994)
This resource provides access to full-text articles published in the Chicago Tribune (1847-1993). The paper is in PDF format, and includes news reports, editorials and editorial cartoons, advertisements, reviews, obituaries, and illustrations and photographs.
- Child welfare information gateway.
This resource's scope is narrowly focused on child welfare and it is useful for locating topical information of child welfare (topics such as "abuse and neglect" and "adoption"), searching published material, and finding information published by government agencies and non-profits. It can also be helpful in finding information from a given state. It is maintained by the Administration for Children and Families' Children's Bureau, a program of the US Department of Health and Human Services.
- Children's literature review
- Chinese newspapers collection (1832-1953)
This collection provides access to English-language newspapers published in China between 1832 and 1953. Papers are fully digitized in PDF and include news articles, editorials, cartoons and advertisements.
- Choice reviews online
This resource provides authoritative full-text reviews of academic books and digital resources of interest to scholars and students in higher education.
- Christian science monitor (ProQuest historical newspapers, 1908-2003)
This resource provides access to the Christian Science Monitor (1908-2003). The paper is in PDF format and includes accompanying illustrations and photographs.
- Chronicle of higher education
- Chronicling America: historic American newspapers (1789-1924)
This resource is a collection of digitized local newspapers from all regions of the U.S. and provides a number of ethnic and foreign language titles. Papers are presented as full image PDFs and include news, editorials, advertisements, and more. Dates of publication range from the late 18th century through 1963.
This resource provides bibliographic records, some with links to full text, for the research and professional literature in nursing and other allied health fields such as physical therapy and athletic training.
- Cinema and media studies
This resource is an authoritative guide to the current scholarship (in all formats) on all aspects of cinema, television, and media studies with original commentary and annotations by scholars. It combines the features of an encyclopedia, annotated bibliography, and literature review.
- Cities of the world
- Civil engineering database
This resource contains records for all American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) journal articles, conference papers, ebooks, and standards, covering civil engineering, materials science and transportation engineering. For many items, there are links to full text in ASCE Library.
- Classical music library
This resource brings orchestral, chamber, choral and theatrical music to your computer. It has audio tracks that cover the full range of Western music: plainchant, cantatas by Bach, piano concertos by Brahms, symphonies, and more. Each entry has complete information about the composition, composer, performers, and the recording. Users can create playlists and download selections for a fee.
- Cleveland plain dealer (1845-1991)
This resource combines a broad range of resources within a single interface: full-text journals and reference books; Medline citations; all medical and surgical titles from the Clinics of North America; First Consult point-of-care clinical monographs; Procedures Consult surgical videos; drug monographs from Gold Standard and Practice Guidelines from the National Guideline Clearinghouse.
- Colonial state papers
This resource, created by the British National Archives, is a collection of primary source documents from the 16th to 18th centuries relating to Britain's presence and activities in America, Canada, and the West Indies. Many documents are available as full-text images, while others have descriptive bibliographic information.
- Columbia gazetteer of the world
- Columbia Granger's World of poetry
This resource is a searchable database of full-text poems and citations to poems in anthologies by major poets worldwide from all eras. It also contains biographical profiles of poets, poem commentaries, a glossary of poetry terms, and spoken word audio recordings of poems.
- Communications & mass media collection
This resource is a database that supports research on all aspects of the communications field, including, but not restricted to, journalism; mass media; advertising; public relations; literature and writing; linguistics; and discourse analysis. It includes scholarly journals, magazines, and news sources. It contains citations, some with links to full text.
This resource is one of the largest and broadest databases covering all areas of engineering. It contains bibliographic records for journal articles, trade magazine articles and conference papers. Records have links to citation data and full-text holdings.
- Concise companion to the Jewish religion
- Concise Oxford companion to African American literature
- Concise Oxford companion to the English language
- Concise Oxford companion to the theatre
- Concise Oxford dictionary of archaeology
- Concise Oxford dictionary of art terms
- Concise Oxford dictionary of linguistics
- Concise Oxford dictionary of politics and international relations
- Concise Oxford dictionary of the Christian Church
- Concise Oxford dictionary of world religions
- Conference Board research online collection
This resource contains full-text research reports, articles, and presentations on corporate leadership, management, human resources, and economics topics published by the Conference Board, an independent business research association.
This is the official website for U.S. federal legislative information. The resource includes proposed and enacted legislation, congressional debates and actions, committee reports and a great deal of other information on the activities and members of Congress. Materials are available in full-text and can be retrieved through the use of citations or keyword searches.
- Congressional Globe (1833-1873) (in: Congressional record bound edition & predecessors, 1789-present)
This resource contains summaries and some full text of debates, speeches and floor activity in the U.S. Congress from 1833 to 1873. This resource is continued by the Congressional Record
- Congressional record
This resource contains the full text of debates, speeches and floor activity in the U.S. Congress, from 1873 to present. This resource is preceded by the Congressional Globe
- Contemporary fashion
- Contemporary literary criticism
This resource is a searchable database of full-length or excerpted criticism of works in all literary genres and biographical information about significant writers and filmmakers worldwide now living or who died after December 31, 1959. It presents a range of modern and historical views on writers and their works.
- Countries and their cultures
This encyclopedia includes entries for each country in the world and focuses on providing general and cultural background information, including location, geography, language, demography, economy, history, food, politics, social welfare, gender roles, family and kinship, religion, and more.
- CQ almanac
This resource provides analysis of major federal legislation on an annual basis. The source groups legislation by topics such as agriculture, defense, foreign relations, heath, education and welfare. Voting patterns of Congress members are given extensive coverage. Citations for congressional materials are provided, allowing access to primary sources through the use of other resources.
- CQ legislative tracking
This resource provides comprehensive information on federal legislation. Bill profiles, debate and analysis are included. This resource also includes Congressional Research Service reports, committee reports, vote records, and video from the floor of the House of Representatives.
- CQ magazine
This resource provides non-partisan reporting on Congress and current political and legislative issues. It covers the week’s political and legislative news, voting records and detailed issue reports, dating back to 1983.
- CQ researcher
This resource presents full-text reports examining government policy and current issues. Each report includes historical context, recent news and developments, statistics, arguments from opposing sides of the debate, and bibliographic references to related sources. Topics include politics, economics, law, media and more.
- Criminal justice database
This resource is a database supporting research on law enforcement, litigation, and all aspects of crime. It includes scholarly journals, trade publications, magazines, reports, dissertations, and other materials. It contains citations, some with links to full text.
- CRS reports
This resource provides non-partisan analyses of issues facing the U.S. Congress, published by the Congressional Research Service and dating from 1978 to present.
- Current index to statistics
This resource indexes scholarly literature covering statistics, probability and related fields. It contains citations for an extensive collection of journal articles, books and conference proceedings.
- Current topics in developmental biology
- E-EROS (Encyclopedia of Reagents for Organic Synthesis)
This resource provides detailed information on more than 4,500 reagents and catalysts. Content is accessible three ways: browse by reagent name, text search, or search by structure or reaction.
- Early American imprints, series I, (1639-1800)
This resource contains primary source materials related to American history, literature, culture, and more. Items include digital images of books (hymnals, literature, travelogues, diaries, cookbooks, maps, textbooks, and more), broadsides, and pamphlets published in the United States between 1639 and 1800.
- Early American imprints, series II, (1801-1819)
This resource contains primary source materials related to American history, literature, culture, and more. Items include digital images of books (hymnals, literature, travelogues, diaries, cookbooks, maps, textbooks, and more), broadsides, and pamphlets published in the United States between 1801 and 1819.
- Early English books online
This resource provides searchable access to literary and historical works in all subjects printed in England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and British North America, as well as works in English printed elsewhere, from 1473-1700.
- EBSCO eBook collection
This resource is an extensive collection of e-books covering a wide, multidisciplinary range of topics. These e-books can be used on your computer or downloaded to your device.
- Ecology abstracts
This resource covers the journal literature on ecology, including ecosystems and ecosystem modeling, habitats, land degradation and reclamation, environmental problems and conservations, and resource management. It includes citations with abstracts, and some links to full-text articles.
This resource provides access to scholarly literature in economics and related fields. It includes abstracts and indexes for journal articles, books, and dissertations, including links to many of the articles.
- Economist Historical Archive (1843-2012)
This resource is the digital archive of the Economist, a weekly London news magazine that covers politics, business and other news. It contains searchable digital images of the original pages.
- Educator's reference complete
This resource is an appropriate starting-point for research in educational principles, child development and psychology, and best practices in teaching. It is more limited than ERIC
, which is preferred for comprehensive research. It contains citations for articles, reports, books, newspapers, and audio/visual material in both scholarly journals and non-scholarly publications. Many citations include article full text.
This resource is a collection of scholarly sources published by Emerald, with a focus on business, education, management, and information technology. It contains citations and some full-text articles from peer-reviewed journals, plus citations/abstracts for ebooks, case studies and book chapters.
- Encyclopaedia Iranica
- Encyclopaedia Judaica
- Encyclopedia of aesthetics
- Encyclopedia of Africa
- Encyclopedia of aging
- Encyclopedia of ancient Greek language and linguistics
- Encyclopedia of ancient history
- Encyclopedia of applied psychology
- Encyclopedia of biodiversity
- Encyclopedia of Buddhism
- Encyclopedia of clothing and fashion
- Encyclopedia of crime & justice
- Encyclopedia of death and the human experience
- Encyclopedia of disability
- Encyclopedia of education
- Encyclopedia of educational reform and dissent
- Encyclopedia of energy
- Encyclopedia of espionage, intelligence and security
- Encyclopedia of European social history from 1350 to 2000
- Encyclopedia of food and culture
- Encyclopedia of genocide and crimes against humanity
- Encyclopedia of global human migration
- Encyclopedia of global warming
This resource comprises essays written by qualified scholars without bias; most include annotated bibliographies and suggestions for further reading. A glossary includes less-familiar terms and the appendix features biographical information on key figures in the history of global warming. Searching features include broad table of contents links as well as typing in desired subject. Results may be saved, printed or emailed.
- Encyclopedia of human nutrition
- Encyclopedia of Islam and the Muslim world
- Encyclopedia of language & linguistics
This resource deals comprehensively with the current research in formal linguistics, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, and language studies. It explores the diverse views and perspectives encountered in research and thinking in the field, and emphasizes the multidisciplinary nature of language study. It includes audio files.
- Encyclopedia of philosophy
- Encyclopedia of population
- Encyclopedia of recreation and leisure in America
- Encyclopedia of religion
- Encyclopedia of religion in America
- Encyclopedia of science, technology, and ethics
- Encyclopedia of small business
- Encyclopedia of social work
- Encyclopedia of soils in the environment
- Encyclopedia of special education
- Encyclopedia of the American Constitution
- Encyclopedia of Victorian literature
- Encyclopedia of world cultures
- Encyclopedia of world cultures. Supplement
- Environment abstracts
This resource covers the broad field of the environment from the sciences to the humanities, including international and domestic environmental issues, environmental policy, energy, environmental conservation, and more. It includes references to journal articles, conference papers and proceedings, special reports, news articles, monographs, and government studies. It includes citations with abstracts, and some links to full-text.
- Environment complete
This resource references journal and periodical articles, conference papers, and monographs in broad areas related to the environment, including but not limited to: ecology, energy, natural resources, geography, pollution, law, policy, social and human impacts, and planning. It includes some full text and links to full text.
- Environmental engineering abstracts
This resource covers the world literature on the technical and engineering aspects of air and water quality, energy, and environmental safety. It includes references to journal articles, conference proceedings, and monographs. It contains citations with abstracts, and links to some full text.
- Environmental impact statements : digests
This database provides abstracts and indexing of federal government issued environmental impact statements. Each entry includes a description of the proposed project, positive and negative impacts, and legal mandates.
- Environmental sciences and pollution management (see Agricultural & environmental science database)
This resource is the preferred search tool in the field of education. It contains scholarly and practitioner-oriented articles in peer-reviewed and other journals, papers given at conferences, and scholarly reports in education and the behavioral sciences. It provides citation records, as well as a large amount of full-text content. (Access for non-UVM affiliates
- Ethnic NewsWatch
This resource gives you access to a unique collection of primarily ethnic newspapers, magazines and journals published in the United States and beyond. Represented ethnic groups include: African American/Caribbean/African; Arab/Middle Eastern; Asian/Pacific Islander; European/Eastern European; Hispanic; Jewish; Multi-Ethnic; and Native People.
- Ethnographic video online
This resource provides access to a collection of ethnographic films with broad geographical and cultural coverage. It includes some of the most seminal ethnographic films ever produced, and includes interviews, previously unreleased raw footage, field notes, study guides, and more.
- Europa world plus
This up-to-date reference source provides country background and statistical information for every country in the world, including information about country history, economy, and politics. This is an online version of Europa World Year Book and nine Regional Surveys of the World.
- Europe 1450 to 1789
- Expanded academic ASAP
This resource is an excellent multidisciplinary index to both scholarly and general-interest publications. Its streamlined search interface provides results that include full bibliographic data, abstracts, and very often the full text of a resource. You can gather both background information and extensive research on topics in the arts, humanities, sciences, and technology. This resource also provides direct access to the Vermont Online Library, a compendium of databases covering popular and scholarly publications.
- Gale encyclopedia of alternative medicine
- Gale encyclopedia of American law
- Gale encyclopedia of children's health
- Gale encyclopedia of medicine
- Gale encyclopedia of multicultural America
- Gale encyclopedia of psychology
- Gale encyclopedia of U.S. economic history
- Gale virtual reference library
This resource is a collection of encyclopedias, dictionaries and guide-books in e-book format, covering a multidisciplinary range of subjects. It is possible to search individual titles or the entire collection.
- Gender studies database
This resource provides information about research materials on all topics relating to women's and gender studies. It includes information about articles from scholarly and popular journals, newsletters, chapter from books, and government reports.
This resource provides access to articles on all topics relating to gender, sexuality, and women's studies. It includes articles from scholarly and popular journals, newsletters, and government reports. Most articles are available as full-text.
- General OneFile
This resource contains newspapers, journals, and other general-interest media sources, including the New York Times and NPR transcripts.
- General reference center gold
This resource offers access to full-text articles from general-interest sources, including newspapers, magazines, encyclopedias and dictionaries.
This encyclopedia includes information on the physical geography of every country in the world, including basic information on climate, vegetation, and natural resources.
This resource covers the fields of physical and cultural geography, earth sciences, ecology and natural resources, as well as international development-related topics. Coverage includes scholarly journal literature, magazine articles, product reviews, directories, conference proceedings, and reports. It includes bibliographic citations with abstracts and links to full-text articles.
This resource offers over 1.5 million maps, figures, and tables sourced from scientific publications, covering a spectrum of geoscience disciplines from general geology to specialized subject areas like organic geochemistry and sequence stratigraphy. Content types include maps and photos (some with Shapefiles or georeferencing), stratigraphic columns, seismic sections, cross-sections, well data, and more. Items display citations and link to original articles.
This resource provides access to the geoscience literature of the world, including coverage of scholarly journal literature, books, maps, government reports, conference papers, theses, and dissertations. It includes bibliographic citations with abstracts, and links to full-text articles.
This database, developed by the American Geological Institute and the Geological Society of America, disseminates full-text international scholarly literature in the earth sciences.
- Global health
This resource broadly covers international and community-level scholarly literature in public health, including rural development and health policy. Content includes journal articles, books, book chapters, conference proceedings, newsletters, reports, and gray literature.
- Godey's lady's book
This resource provides full access to Godey’s Lady’s Book (1830-1898), one of the most influential U.S. women's magazines of that era. Alongside articles concerning all aspects of the domestic sphere, the magazine includes patterns for handcrafts, color plates of the latest fashions, literary works, song lyrics, and sheet music.
- Google scholar
This resource provides access to scholarly literature including articles, theses, books, abstracts, court opinions, technical reports, patents and many other document types. (Access for non-UVM affiliates
This resource provides references to journal articles, magazine and news articles, statistical information, reference resources, and multimedia that focus on all aspects of the wide breadth of current environmental issues. It includes abstracts and some full text of articles, statistical information, case studies, links to websites and blogs of interest, and podcasts and other multimedia presentations.
- Green's dictionary of slang
- Grove art online
This resource is the online version of the Grove Dictionary of Art, the standard encyclopedia for Art History. It contains thousands of in-depth entries, including recommendations for further reading. Search or explore by time period, type of work, or location. This resource is also useful for locating biographical information and images.
- Grzimek's animal life encyclopedia
Based on the 17-volume print encyclopedia, this resource features information on more than 4000 species, presented with more than 12,000 photos, maps, videos, audio clips, and interactive tools. Articles written by scientists and subject experts are peer reviewed authoritively and selected by an expert editorical board. Entries can be translated to 11 languages and includes text-to-speech properties.
- Grzimek's animal life encyclopedia. Evolution
This resource features encyclopedia entries focused on evolution, supported by subject specialists and peer-reviewed by an editor and editorial board comprising of evolution experts. This is a supplement to Grzimek’s Animal Life Encyclopedia (2003), and compliments a companion volume, Extinction (2013).
- Grzimek's animal life encyclopedia. Extinction
This resource features more than 80 topically arranged, comprehensive articles, focusing on extinction. Suggestions for further reading, lists of scientific organizations & contact information are included. This is a supplement to Grzimek’s Animal Life Encyclopedia (2003), and compliments a companion volume, Evolution (2011).
- Guardian (ProQuest historical newspapers, Manchester, 1821-2003)
This database provides digital access to the British newspapers the Guardian (1821-2003) and the Observer (1791-2003).
This resource contains research reports for U.S. industries, specialized (small or new) U.S. industries, and global industries. It also includes shorter reports on consumer behavior, demographics, and economic indicators, as well as an archive of previous U.S. industry reports dating back to 1999.
- ICPSR (Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research)
This resource has data holdings that encompass a range of academic disciplines, including political science, sociology, demography, history, economics, international relations, gerontology, public health, criminal justice, and education. Data collections consist of raw data files and code-books. Data sets can be downloaded directly to a user's computer for use with statistical software.
- IEEE standards dictionary online
This resource is a searchable dictionary of terms used in standards issued by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Note: this edition of the dictionary (7th) is the most recent, but it is not maintained. It can be used for general reference, but entries are not guaranteed to be up to date.
- IEEE Xplore digital library
This resource has wide-ranging coverage of scholarly research on electrical and computer engineering, including the full text of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) journal articles, conference papers, and standards. It is also an index of IEEE magazine articles and book chapters.
- Index Islamicus
This is an index to scholarly works on all aspects of Islam and the Muslim world. It covers Islamic beliefs, culture, history, societies, language and literature. It contains citations to articles in journals, books and book chapters, some with links to full-text articles.
- Index of Medieval art
- Index to Jewish periodicals
This resource is an index to English-language scholarly and substantive works on Jewish history, culture and thought - including contemporary Jewish and Middle Eastern affairs.
- Indo-European etymological dictionaries online
- Industrial and applied microbiology abstracts (Microbiology A)
This resource covers the journal literature in agricultural, food and beverage, chemical, and pharmaceutical microbiology, including topics such as fermentation, plant diseases, microbial toxins, soil microorganisms, and more. It indexes journals, as well as government reports, books, and conference proceedings. It is now part of the Agricultural & Environmental Science Database.
This resource covers global financial reporting and assurance literature from FASB, EITF, AICPA, IASB, IFAC, PCAOB, SEC, FASAB, and GASB, plus requirements from key countries around the world. (Previous title: Comperio.)
- InfoTrac newsstand
This resource is a collection of articles from a wide range of newspapers, including major U.S. dailies and British and Mexican publications. Most articles are full-text and there are tools for exporting, sharing, and translating articles.
This database contains thousands of academic and research articles in a variety of subject areas with some full text availability.
This resource covers international literature in the fields of engineering and physics. It provides citations to journal articles, conference papers, technical reports, book reports and dissertations.
- Institute of Physics journals
- International bibliography of theatre & dance
This resource is a major international index to works on theatre, dance, and other performing arts. It contains citations to journal articles, books, book chapters, reviews, and dissertations. Many citations have links to full-text articles.
- International businesses (see D & B Hoovers)
- International consumer markets 2018-2019
- International dictionary of films and filmmakers
- International encyclopedia of dance
- International encyclopedia of education
- International encyclopedia of the social & behavioral sciences
- International encyclopedia of the social sciences
- International encyclopedia of the social sciences (2nd ed., 2008)
- International medieval bibliography
This resource is an index of citations to articles on Medieval history and culture in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa from 300 to 1500. It includes information about articles published worldwide.
- International political science abstracts
This resource provides citations and abstracts for scholarly journal articles in political science and related fields, published internationally.
- Iter bibliography
This resource is a multidisciplinary index to journal articles, books, essays in books, book reviews, and dissertations pertaining to all aspects of the Middle Ages (the medieval period) and Renaissance (400-1700).
- Lecture notes in mathematics (1964-2017)
This resource provides online access to the full text of Lecture Notes in Mathematics from the first volume (1964) to 2017. This series covers new developments in all fields of mathematics, predominantly in the form of research monographs and lectures.
This resource provides indexing for a wide variety of legal journals, as well as full text for some publications. It includes U.S. and international journals, as well as a "Topic Finder" tool.
- LexisNexis academic (see Nexis Uni)
- LGBT studies in video
This streaming video service provides access to documentaries, interviews, archival footage, and select feature films exploring LGBT issues.
- Library, information science & technology abstracts
This resource provides citations, abstracts, and some full-text articles from journals (including peer-reviewed) in library science. It also contains citations and abstracts of books, book chapters, book reviews, research reports, case studies, and conference proceedings.
- Library literature & information science full text
This resource contains citations and some full-text articles (including peer-reviewed) from journals including key library and information-science periodicals, as well as citations for books, conference papers, book reviews, book chapters, and case studies.
- Library of Congress digital collections (formerly American memory)
- Library of Latin texts (Cross Database Searchtool)
This resource is a major database of full-text Latin texts from ancient times (Livius Andronicus, 240 B.C.) through to the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965). It draws from more than 3,000 works that are attributed to about 950 authors.
- Linguistics and language behavior abstracts
Use LLBA to find scholarly articles in peer-reviewed journals, book chapters, books and dissertations in linguistics, communication sciences, speech, hearing and language studies.
- Literary encyclopedia
- Literary research guide
This open-access resource is a selective, annotated guide to reference sources essential to the study of British literature, literatures of the United States, other literatures in English, and related topics (e.g., composition and rhetoric, film and literature, etc.). It describes and frequently evaluates important bibliographies, abstracts, surveys of research, indexes, databases, catalogs, general histories and surveys, annals, chronologies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and handbooks.
- Literature criticism online (LCO)
This resource is a searchable database of full-length or excerpted criticism of works in all literary genres and biographical information about significant writers and filmmakers worldwide from all eras. It presents a range of modern and historical views on writers and their works. This is the main interface for cross-searching seven Gale literary resources.
- Literature resource center
This database contains biographical profiles of significant writers worldwide from all eras and literary genres. It also includes full-length or excerpted literary criticism articles and book reviews from scholarly journals and magazines, book chapters, and reference books. It also includes overviews of literary topics and work overviews (plots, themes, characters).
- LLMC digital
This resource includes U.S. federal, state, and territories government documents, laws, case reporters, legal periodicals and treatises. It also includes foreign government, multi-jurisdictional, and international law documents; canon law, Native American law, and legal philosophy.
- Loeb classical library
This resource provides full-text of important works in Greek and Latin literature from 800 B.C. to A.D. 1000 in their original texts and English translations. Works include epic and lyric poetry; tragedy and comedy; history, travel, philosophy, and oratory; the great medical writers and mathematicians; and those Church fathers who made particular use of pagan culture. An integrated Greek keyboard aids in searching the Greek texts.
- Los Angeles times (Current content, 1985-present)
This database provides comprehensive, full-text access to the Los Angeles Times (1985-present).
- Los Angeles times (ProQuest digital microfilm)
- Los Angeles times (ProQuest historical newspapers, 1881-1995)
This resource provides historical access to the Los Angeles Times (1881-1995). Materials are in PDF format, and including illustration, advertisements, and photographs.
This database contains full-text summaries and critical evaluations of selected books, plays, stories, and poems in literature worldwide from all eras.
This resource contains journal abstracts and citation data covering all fields of mathematics. Many records have links to full text. MathSciNet also contains citations for reviews, conference papers, theses and books.
This database is a free online resource from the U.S. National Library of Medicine that provides high-quality, authoritative health information for the consumer. It includes a medical encyclopedia, with articles, images, and videos; health topic pages with carefully selected links and references to the medical literature; drug and supplement information; and much more.
- Mental measurements yearbook with Tests in print
This resource includes standardized English-language tests and measurements used in education, early childhood development, reading, speech and hearing, psychology, and related fields. It contains descriptions, professional reviews, and pricing information for the tests, but due to copyright limitations, does not provide the actual test instruments.
- Mergent archives
This resource provides access to historical annual reports back to the mid 1800s, corporate histories and financial statements back to the early 1900s, and information about municipal securities issued by each U.S. state, Puerto Rico, and Guam. Content from Mergent manuals (formerly Moody's manuals).
- Mergent bondviewer
- Mergent intellect
- Mergent online
This resource contains information on U.S. public companies (active and inactive) and non-U.S. companies (active and inactive). It also includes country information, global industry reports, historical stock prices, and equity research reports.
- Middle Ages
- Middle English compendium
This resource provides access to and interconnectivity between Middle English Dictionary, HyperBibliography of Middle English (all the Middle English materials cited in the Middle English Dictionary), and the Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse (full-text digitized collection of Middle English texts).
- MLA directory of periodicals
- MLA international bibliography
This is a comprehensive index for research works on world literatures, literary theory, linguistics, rhetoric and composition, folklore, and the dramatic arts. It contains citations (some with links to full text) to articles in scholarly journals and magazines, books, book chapters, and dissertations.
- Mometrix eLibrary
This resource provides ebook study guides and practice questions for Praxis Core, and all Praxis II tests required by the State of Vermont's Testing Requirements for Educator Licensure. It also provides a limited number of ebooks for licensure testing in Massachusetts and New York as well as support for GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, and SAT tests.
- Monthly catalog of U.S. government publications, 1895-1976
This resource provides titles, subjects, call numbers and other information for U.S. government publications. Many of the documents described can be located in the Government Information collection on the Ground Floor of the Howe Library.
- Morningstar investment research center
This resource enables users to screen for and get information about stocks, mutual funds, exchange traded funds, and closed end funds. It also provides information about various investment indexes and the full text of Morningstar publications.
- Music online : Smithsonian global sound for libraries
This audio resource offers listeners access to a wide variety of recorded music and spoken word, including folk songs and world music, poetry, historic events, lectures and language instruction, and music for dance.
This index provides access to journal articles, books, government documents, statistics, gray literature, and conference reports for international public and social policy.
- Patrologia Graeca
This resource provides access to the full text of Jacques-Paul Migne's Patrologia Graeca and indexes, which is an edited collection of writings by the Christian Church Fathers and various secular writers, published in Greek with Latin translations. The content covers the history of the Christian Church from its beginnings through the Council of Florence in 1439.
- Patrologia Latina
This resource is the electronic version of Jacques-Paul Migne's Patrologia Latina and indexes. It comprises the works of the Church Fathers (e.g., patristic works) from Tertullian (A.D. 200) to the death of Pope Innocent III (A.D.1216).
- PBS video collection
This streaming video platform provides access to PBS documentary films and series.
- Performing arts periodicals database
This resource is an international index to magazines, scholarly and trade journals pertaining to the performing arts, and extending to stagecraft, circus performance, opera, pantomime, puppetry, performance art, comedy, storytelling, and magic. It contains citations to articles, book reviews, performance reviews, obituaries, and biographical profiles.
- Perkins Digital Library
This resource, created by the University of Vermont, provides digitized images of rocks, minerals, fossils, and thin sections from the Perkins Geology Museum collection.
- Philosopher's index
This database contains abstracts covering journal articles, books, book chapters, and book reviews in all areas of philosophy.
This resource is a directory and search engine for articles and books in the field of philosophy. A community of philosophers contributes scholarly work and the database is maintained by the Australian National University.
- Picture post historical archive (1938-1957)
This resource provides complete access to The Picture Post (1938-1957), a photojournalistic magazine from the United Kingdom.
- Play index
This is an index to plays written or translated into English, published since 1949 in anthologies, collections, or discretely. Includes monologues; single plays; classic dramas; one-act plays; puppet performances; radio, television, and Broadway productions.
- Pocket Oxford American thesaurus
- Pocket Oxford-Hachette French dictionary : English-French
- Pocket Oxford-Hachette French dictionary : French-English
- Pocket Oxford Italian dictionary : English-Italian
- Pocket Oxford Italian dictionary : Italian-English
- Pocket Oxford Latin dictionary : English-Latin
- Pocket Oxford Latin dictionary : Latin-English
- Pocket Oxford Spanish dictionary : English-Spanish
- Pocket Oxford Spanish dictionary : Spanish-English
- Poetry criticism
This resource is a database of full-length or excerpted criticism of poetry and biographical information about significant poets worldwide from all eras. It presents a range of modern and historical views on poets and their works.
This online data and mapping application gives access to indicators about U.S. communities and markets covering demographics, employment and socioeconomic indicators, housing, crime, health, and more, at multiple geographic levels. Users can access data in interactive maps, tables, charts, and reports.
- Pollution abstracts
This database contains references to journal articles, conference proceedings, government reports, and other gray literature focusing on air, water, land, and noise pollution. It includes bibliographic citations with abstracts and links to full-text articles.
- Prescriber's letter
This resource contains updates on new developments in drug therapy for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and other medication prescribers. Content includes continuing education modules.
- Project Gutenberg
This resource is a collection of free digitized books that are either in the public domain or have the approval of the copyright holder.
- Project Muse
This resource is a searchable multidisciplinary full-text database of scholarly journals primarily in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. It also provides citations to books provided by Project Muse in digital format. Issues published prior to the last 15-20 years are generally not covered.
- ProQuest Central
This multidisciplinary database provides access to a variety of resources including scholarly journals, international newspapers, business information and dissertations.
- ProQuest Congressional
This resource provides access to the full text and indexing for most Congressional hearings, the Serial Set (House and Senate Reports and Documents), Committee Prints, the Congressional Record and Congressional Bills.
- ProQuest dissertations & theses A & I
This resource is a database of international scholarly research as presented in theses and dissertations from institutions of higher education.
- ProQuest health management
This resource covers health administration topics including public health administration, health economics, hospitals, health insurance, management and ethics in healthcare. Content includes journals, dissertations and theses. Search by keyword or subject heading. Results include citations, abstracts and some full-text.
- ProQuest newsstand (see ProQuest newsstream)
- ProQuest newsstream (formerly ProQuest newsstand)
This resource offers access to full text of local, regional, and national newspapers from throughout the world.
- ProQuest statistical insight
Use this database to find a limited selection of scholarly articles in peer-reviewed journals published by the American Psychological Association, Canadian Psychological Association, and Hogrefe Publishing. For comprehensive research on a topic, PsycINFO
- Psychological experiments online
This multimedia collection synthesizes important psychological experiments of the 20th and 21st centuries. It includes original videos, photos, documents, notes and other primary materials.
This resource contains international scholarly articles in peer-reviewed journals, book chapters, books and dissertations in psychology and the social, behavioral and health sciences. PsycINFO is the most comprehensive database for literature in the psychological sciences.
Published by the APA, this resource provides information on thousands of psychological, behavioral, and achievement instruments. Measures, tests and scales are included, and in some cases, the actual instrument can be viewed and downloaded.
This free resource comprises citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. PubMed citations and abstracts include the fields of biomedicine and health, covering portions of the life sciences, behavioral sciences, chemical sciences, and bioengineering. This resource is developed and maintained by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) at the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM). (Access for non-UVM affiliates
- Safari books online
This resource provides access to video tutorials and recently published ebooks on technology, programming, engineering, and mathematics, including O'Reilly manuals. UVM affiliates will be prompted to log in with a NetID to access a personal Safari Tech Books account. Anonymized access to this resource is available at the Howe Library; contact the Reference Desk for more information.
- Sage encyclopedia of LGBTQ studies
- SAGE international encyclopedia of travel and tourism
- Sage journals online
- Salem press
This resource is a collection of ebooks on literature, history, and the environment published by Salem Press at Grey House Publishing.
- Science and its times
This publisher platform covers journal literature and e-books from Elsevier in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities.
- SciFinder Scholar
This database produced by Chemical Abstracts Services, provides comprehensive coverage of chemical information, including chemical substances, references, reactions, chemical supplier, and regulated chemicals. Scholarly content includes journals, patents, books, theses, and conference proceedings.
This database provides users access to the core journal literature, reports, and conference proceedings in the field of physics, as well as related disciplines of chemistry, geosciences, and engineering.
This streaming video service rebroadcasts native language television programming from around the world. To access, log in with your UVM NetID and password.
- Seventeenth-eighteenth century Burney collection newspapers (1604-1804)
This resource provides access to scanned images of newspapers, broadsides, and pamphlets published in Britain in the 17th and 18th centuries.
- Short story criticism
This resource is a searchable database of full-length or excerpted criticism of short fiction and biographical information about significant writers of short fiction worldwide from all eras. It presents a range of modern and historical views on short fiction writers and their works.
- SIAM journals online
This resource provides full-text access to the journals published by the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM). These journals contain high-impact, peer-reviewed research on applied, computational and industrial mathematics. This resource also provides access to SIAM conference proceedings.
- Small business resource center
This resource provides information about starting, financing, and managing a small business, including journal and news articles, reference books, and sample business plans.
- Social explorer
This resource can be used to explore both historical and contemporary U.S. Census data in report form or visually on a map, allowing for comparison of information from different censuses or geographic areas.
- Social sciences full text
This resource provides access to scholarly and professional literature in a wide range of social science areas, including anthropology, economics, public administration, political science, psychology, social work, and sociology.
- Social services abstracts
This resource provides access to scholarly articles, journals, book reviews, and dissertations in social work, human services, social welfare, social policy, and community development.
- Sociological abstracts
This resource includes abstracts indexes for journal articles, books, book chapters, dissertations, and conference papers in sociology and related fields.
- Something about the author
- Springer journals
This publisher platform provides full-text access to articles, journals, chapters, books, and reference works in the sciences and social sciences.
- Springfield republican (1877-1946)
- Springfield union (1947-1987)
This resource provides current information about consumer magazines, business publications, newspapers, and radio stations and can be used to find target audience, format, circulation and reach, advertising prices, and advertising deadlines.
- St. James encyclopedia of popular culture
- Standards infobase
This resource provides technical standards for manufacturing and testing. It covers major national and international standards agencies, including ASTM, IEEE, NISO and SAE.
- Stanford encyclopedia of philosophy
- Statesman's yearbook
This resource includes information on all countries of the world. Topics covered include government, politics, history, culture, economics, foreign relations, population, climate, social institutions and natural resources. Older editions of this source can be accessed through its archive. Information is available by country or across countries through the use of the comparison tool.
- Statistical abstract of the U.S.
This resource provides access to comprehensive summary statistics on the social, political, and economic conditions of the United States.
- Sunday times digital archive (London, 1822-2006)
This resource provides access to the Sunday Times of London (1822-2006).
- Sustainability science abstracts
This resource includes citations to scholarly literature, conference proceedings, and gray literature, covering sustainability-related topics including: agriculture/food, human population/demography, natural resources management, and conservation of natural resources.
- Wall Street journal, Eastern edition (East Coast)
- Wall Street journal, Eastern edition (ProQuest digital microfilm)
- Wall Street journal (ProQuest historical newspapers, 1889-2000)
This database provides access to the Wall Street Journal (1889-1999), a leading source of business news. The paper is in PDF format and includes accompanying illustrations, advertisements, and photographs.
- Washington post, final edition (ProQuest digital microfilm)
- Washington post (ProQuest historical newspapers, 1877-2001)
This database provides access to the Washington Post (1877-2002), a leading source for news on foreign events and policy. The paper is in PDF format and includes accompanying illustrations, advertisements, and photographs.
- Water resources abstracts
This resource provides references to journal articles, books, conference proceedings, and technical reports, on issues relating to water, including conservation, control, pollution, treatment, use and management of water resources. It includes abstracts with some links to full text.
- Web of science
This resource provides access to the scholarly literature across the sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities, and includes citations to journal articles, conference proceedings, symposia, workshops, and more. It includes a cited reference search feature that enables users to trace the impact of individual scholars' work.
This database helps locate legal materials, including law review articles, court decisions, statutes, and the American Jurisprudence legal encyclopedia. This resource also includes full-text news and business articles and company information.
- Who's who in the classical world
- Who's who in the twentieth century
- Wildlife & ecology studies worldwide
This resource provides references to journal articles, books, conference papers and proceedings, government documents, and other hard-to-find literature on all wildlife-related topics. It includes abstracts with some links to full text.
- Wiley online library
This resource is a collection of peer-reviewed, scholarly journals covering a broad range of academic disciplines. Some e-book titles are available as well, which can be recommended for purchase.
- Women and social movements in the United States, 1600-2000
This resource provides primary and secondary resources related to the history of women in social movements in the U.S. between 1600 and 2000.
- World Bank databank
This resource is an analysis and visualization tool that contains collections of time series data on a wide variety of social and economic topics. Data can be downloaded in multiple formats and there are advanced features for creating queries and generating customized tables, charts and maps.
- World development indicators
This resource compiles international development data (1960-present) at the national and regional level on a wide range of topics.
- World encyclopedia
- World of earth science
This resource is an encyclopedia to concepts, theories, people, discoveries, and issues relating to topics in earth science. Published in 2003.
- World of forensic science
- World Scholar Latin America & the Caribbean
This resource includes primary source materials, academic journals, news-feeds, reference articles, maps, statistics, audio, and video about Latin America and the Caribbean. English and Spanish languages.
- World Shakespeare bibliography online
This resource provides annotated entries for all important books, articles, book reviews, dissertations, film and theatrical productions published or produced worldwide from 1960 to the present; reviews of productions; audiovisual materials; and other scholarly and popular materials related to Shakespeare.
This resource is a searchable database of library collections across the United States, Canada and many other countries.
- Worldmark encyclopedia of cultures and daily life
- Worldmark encyclopedia of religious practices
- Worldmark encyclopedia of the nations
- World's fairs and expositions
This resource includes manuscript materials, images, magazine articles, books, and other materials on World's Fairs held between 1834 and 1940.
- Worldwide political science abstracts
This resource contains scholarly literature in political science and related topics.