Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Bunch of New E-Resources

AAPG Datapages
This is the combined search-and-retrieval website for AAPG publications and related collections. Includes full-text and abstracts.

Blackwell Reference Online
Provides full-text access to reference works in the humanities, social sciences, and business and management. It supports browsing and full-text searching.

Brill's New Pauly
The New Pauly is intended as an aid for the study of Greek and Roman culture and its multifaceted presence in all periods of European and, since the Early Modern period, world history.

Fieser and Fieser's Reagents for Organic Synthesis
Online version of the standard reference work describing reagents of use to organic chemists.

Historical New York Tribune
The New York Tribune (1900-1910) offers full page and article images with searchable full text. The collection includes digital reproductions providing access to every page from every available issue.

Proquest Historical Annual Reports
Database offers corporate annual reports for U.S. companies from 1884 to the present. Key data (financial, Fortune 500 ranking, industry classification, key people, geographic location, auditor, and related companies) are indexed in the citation and can be searched. Reports can be browsed by company name, industry or date. Cross-searchable to other historical periodical databases.

RSC eBook Collection
The RSC eBook Collection is a comprehensive overview of research and opinion in a multitude of areas of chemical science. Continually updated and expanded throughout the year the RSC eBook Collection provides access to new content as it is published and continuous access to the full RSC catalogue of books. The eBook Collection is fully searchable and indexed to chapter level, with all documents provided as pdfs.

Provides indexing, abstracting of and citation linking to journals in science, technology, and medicine.

Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals
The vast majority of articles written for Victorian periodicals were published anonymously, or under pseudonyms. The Wellesley Index identifies the authors of articles within major Victorian periodicals, and provides a bibliography for each contributor. 45 important monthly and quarterly titles are included, covering the period from the beginning of the Westminster Review in 1824 to the end of the century.

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