Cabell's Directories help researchers identify publications most likely to accept their manuscripts by providing information on journals published in select fields. Information on the topic areas emphasized by each journal, the type of review process, acceptance rate, and number of internal and external reviewers are included. Access to business and educational directories.
Includes over 300 volumes published since 1960 covering a range of time periods, topics, and regions. Countries covered include the United State, United Kingdom, China, Egypt, Japan, Iran, Russia, Turkey, South Africa, and India; regions and continents include Scandinavia, Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Pacific Islands
Cambridge University Press dates from 1534 and is the publishing business of the University of Cambridge. Their purpose is to further the University's objective of advancing learning, knowledge and research.
Contains 66 newspaper titles from 22 islands between 1718-1876
The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education is the leading typology of American colleges and universities. It is the framework in which institutional diversity in U.S. higher education is commonly described.
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Catalog of U.S. Government Publications is an index to the publications of the United States Government and includes Government Printing Office records from 1976 to the present. Because the US Government publishes in almost every conceivable field, Catalog of U.S. Government Publications can be used to locate information on Congress, the environment, crime, law, transportation, demography, energy, education, and medicine, among others.
The CCH Internet Tax Research Network provides tax news as well as federal and state tax information. Federal Tax Archives are available for all years since 1978; State Tax Archives are available for all years since 1994. NOTE: You need to create an account to be able to access.
These packages of US Census data allow users to export data files and map population statistics. View historic census data in it's original geographic boundaries.
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CHANT (Chinese Ancient Texts) database compiled by the Chinese University of Hong Kong. The database contains a large number of texts from earliest times (bone and bronze inscriptions) up to the 6th century AD.
A leading African-American newspaper, with more than two-thirds of its readership outside Chicago.
Fully searchable version of the standard Chicago Manual of Style, including a Quick Guide for sample citations. Chicago Style Q&A as well as examples of style sheets, letters, and forms are also available on the site.
Find reviews and other materials related to the field of children's literature. A large catalog of MARC records for children's books is also featured.
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China Academic Journals (CAJ) is a full-text database covering approximately 6,600 journal titles from the People's Republic of China. It provides over 8 million full-text and full-image periodical articles dealing with the humanities and social sciences published from 1994 to date. Database is updated daily and searchable in both English and Chinese.
The China Data Center at the University of Michigan is a national center designed to advance the study and understanding of China. Included are national, regional, and local, as well as economic, social, and historical statistics, in addition to census data.
A web-based online service on China's news, business, legal and statistical information.
This Chinese language interface provides full text access to Chinese e-books.
Provides free access to GIS tools for doing research about China. The site is mainly in Chinese. The major components of the system are basic geospatial materials, webGIS integrated application environment, and theomatic information.
Scripts of documentary films and newsreels from the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976), from the collections of Duke University Library.
Consists of primary sources related to Great Leap Forward and Great Famine
Choice Reviews Online is the internet version of the monthly print magazine, Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. Choice is directed toward academic librarians and faculty as a resource for collection development and scholarly research. It covers more than 50 sub-disciplines spanning the humanities, science and technology, and the social and behavioral sciences.
The Chronicle of Higher Education is the No. 1 source of news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty members and administrators.
The CINAHL database covers nearly 1000 English-language nursing and allied health journals. It also includes references to book chapters, pamphlets, audiovisual materials, software, dissertations, standards of professional practice and nurse practice acts.
Classical Music Library is a multi-label database centered around over 50,000 Classical music recordings. A reference section yields biographies and images of compsers, themed playlists, a glossary of musical terms, and a historical guide. Users can create playlists and purchase downloads of some materials. Educators have options to create tests and further organize material for use in coursework.
Cleveland Call and Post (1934-1991) was founded by Garrett Morgan, inventor of the gas mask and traffic light. Contributors included noted journalists Charles H. Loeb and John Fuster. The newspaper is well known for its support of the Scottsboro trial defendants with letters, clothing, stamps, and donations to the defense fund.
ClusterMed is a tool that helps one easily navigate PubMed's extensive inventory of medical research articles by organizing the search results into categories. PubMed is the USA National Library of Medicine's search service that searches MEDLINE and other databases at the National Institutes of Health.
The basic component of the library is a 50- to 100-page electronic book that synthesizes an important research or development topic, authored by a prominent contributor to the field. SYNTHESIS is organized by series, each managed by a prominent consulting editor.
A database of names, descriptions, and characteristics of over 165,000 places in the world. You can search by the name of the place, type of place, or for any word in the database.
A poetry index. To read the full text of the poem in print, check PittCat+ for the title of the book.
Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO) is designed to be the most comprehensive source for theory and research in international affairs. It publishes a wide range of scholarship from 1991 on.
Communication and Mass Media Complete (CMMC) incorporates CommSearch produced by the National Communication Association and Mass Media Articles Index produced by Penn State.
Community of Science (COS) Expertise is the largest web network of its kind comprised of detailed professional information for nearly 400,000 scientists and scholars worldwide. The profiles in COS Expertise include contact information, positions held, publications, patents, funding received, and a first-person narrative describing current research activities and expertise.
Compact Memory offers actual reproductions of the most important research journals for German-Jewish history and genealogy research, covering the entire German-speaking world. Since some of these journals carried news about Jews in areas outside Germany as well, they are worth consulting for news of other locations, such as the United States and Russia.
Established in 1925, The Company of Biologists sees its journals as a core service provided for the advancement and promotion of biological research.
Established in 1925, The Company of Biologists sees its journals as a core service provided for the advancement and promotion of biological research
The Compendex database provides international coverage of the literature of the engineering field, including civil and structural engineering, computer and electrical engineering, energy technology, materials science and metallurgy, bioengineering, air and water pollution, chemical engineering, and solid waste and hazardous waste management. Citations are drawn from 2,600 journals, technical reports, and conference papers and proceedings.
This work presents a definitive interpretation of the current status of and future trends in natural products-a dynamic field at the intersection of chemistry and biology concerned with isolation, identification, structure elucidation, and chemical characteristics of naturally occurring compounds such as pheromones, carbohydrates, nucleic acids, and enzymes.
Computing Reviews aims to furnish computer oriented persons in mathematics, engineering, the natural and social sciences, the humanities, and other fields with critical information about current publications in any area of the computing sciences. Hardware, software, theory, methodology, systems, and the general computing milieu are among the areas covered.
The Conference Board is a non-profit business research organization. They conduct research, convene conferences, make forecasts, assess trends, and publish information and analysis about topics related to business.
The world's most comprehensive access to U.S. legislative information from Congressional Information Services. Includes access to many full-text Congressional publications, bills, laws, regulations, committee information, information about current members of Congress, and much more.
A collection of musical recordings representing many cultures around the world, complete with liner notes.
Full text collection covering the entire French speaking Sub-Saharan Africa, from Benin to Togo, representing about twenty countries and more than a hundred ethnic groups. Includes oral and written literatures from the origins to Independence.
Allows users to search available funding opportunities in their fields and get a list of results from a range of sources such as public or private organizations.
CountryWatch provides up-to-date information and news on the countries of the world.
This is a suite of seven separate databases. Users will find primary and secondary sources for Political Science and History research. Strong in information on US Government.
The CQ Researcher, founded in 1923 as Editorial Research Reports, is your complete source for in-depth, analytical reporting on the most current and controversial issues of the day. The objective, forward-looking reporting that characterizes these articles is designed to encourage discussion, to help readers think critically and to facilitate further research. Topics range from social and teen issues to environment, health, education and science and technology.
Online reference library that provides access to a selection of reference books from a total of 169. CredoReference also includes cross-references to other full text titles containing related information.
This resource includes bibliographic records and full text covering essential areas related to criminal justice and criminology. The increasing globalization of criminology is reflected in Criminal Justice Abstracts with Full Text’s coverage of hundreds of journals from around the world.
The archive has almost 200 variables and contains data for over 200 country units, with provision for entries from 1815 (excluding the two modern wartime periods, 1914-1918 and 1940-1945)
Each week the Current Digest presents a selection of Russian-language press materials, carefully translated into English. Includes 1949-present.
The Current Index to Statistics is a bibliographic index to publications in statistics and related fields. References are drawn from 111 core journals that are fully indexed, non-core journals from which articles are selected that have statistical content, proceedings and edited books, and other sources.