D-Scholarship@Pitt is an institutional repository for the research output of the University of Pittsburgh.
D-scribe contains over 100 thematic digital collections published by the ULS. With over 100,000 digital objects, D-scribe contains photos, manuscripts, maps, books, journal articles, electronic theses and dissertations, government documents and other grey literature such as working papers, white papers and technical reports.
Full text access to the British newspaper The Daily Mail for 1986-2004
DBpia provides full text databases including more than one million articles from about 2,000 Korean scholarly journals in 12 different fields of society, literature, economics & business, medical science, humanities, theology, law & administration, arts, engineering, natural science, and education. All the back issues of each journal title are available and title, author, keyword, journal title and publisher searchable
Search documents that reveal gender perceptions and realities from 1450-1910. The collection is composed of contemporary essays, biographies, and historical documents.
The Digital National Security Archive contains over 40,000 U.S. government documents declassified under the Freedom of Information Act. These documents derive from the CIA, the FBI, the Defense Department and numerous other government agencies.
This Spanish language database contains thousands of ebooks from the most renowned Spanish and Latinamerican Publishing Houses, as well as relevant journals that cover all topics of interest
The DMPTool is an online tool that includes data management plan templates for many of the large funding agencies that require such plans. Select University of Pittsburgh under "Select your institution" and log in using your Pitt username and password
DRAM is a collection of 9,800 American music recordings in several genres. Informative essays give background information about the music.
The American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) is a classification of mental disorders with associated criteria designed to facilitate more reliable diagnoses of these disorders.
Duxiu is a huge knowledge system and it is a platform of in-depth searching, full text retrieval, and document delivery services. It provides access to more than 3 million Chinese bibliographic entries and 2 million scholarly resources (full-text searching, full-text reading or limited views) in all subjects and formats, such as books, journal articles, newspapers, theses, conference papers, videos, and webpage.