CaDiLaC Online, the union catalog of the Capital District Library Council, searches the library catalogs of more than 425 academic, public, school, hospital and special libraries, plus the NYS library.
The California Digital Newspaper Collection contains over 600,000 pages of significant historical California newspapers published from 1846-1922, including the first California newspaper, the Californian, and the first daily California newspaper, the Daily Alta California. It also contains issues of several current California newspapers that are part of a project to preserve and provide access to contemporary papers. A calendar showing available issues can be found by selecting the Search Newspapers button on the left and then selecting Titles from the menu bar. Reproduction - All newspapers published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain and therefore have no restrictions on use. If publishing, quoting from, or otherwise reproducing the images from this collection, we request that you credit the CDNC. All newspapers published on or after January 1, 1923 may be protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.). Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners. Works not in the public domain cannot be commercially exploited without permission of the copyright owner. Responsibility for any use rests exclusively with the user.
Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) is a highly curated repository of small molecule crystal structures. It contains X-ray and neutron diffraction information for carbon-containing compounds composed of up to 1,000 atoms. Included are organics, organometallics, metal complexes, compounds of main group elements, peptides of up to 24 residues, and mono-, di-, and tri-nucleotides. The Web CSD version is usually sufficient for most users. The Client CSD version includes advanced features and requires downloading the client software. Contact Kathleen Flynn(email@example.com) for client software download instructions.
data is updated quarterly, client is updated annually
The Catalog of U.S. Government Publications (CGP) is the finding tool for electronic and print publications from the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the U.S. government. The CGP contains descriptive records for historical and current publications and provides direct links to those that are available online. More than 500,000 records generated since July 1976 are contained in the CGP and it is updated daily. The catalog will grow to include records for publications dating back to the late 1800s, making the CGP the central point for locating new and historical Government publications. CGP is the online counterpart of the Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications.
This bibliographic database is specialized in U.S. Latino issues. It provides access to bibliographic information on journal articles, books, book chapters, newspaper articles and anthologies. Includes the Spanish Speaking Mental Health Database, covering psychological, sociological and educational literature.
Chinese pamphlets, picture books and other propaganda issued during the early years of the People's Republic of China between 1947 and 1954. This is the "street literature" of the revolution, the comic books, leaflets and other ephemera distributed to the population of the provincial cities and villages.
Citation Connection offers access to 8 databases, through the Web of Science platform. Book Citation Index: 2005-Current (All content), Data Citation Index: 1900-Current (All content), BIOSIS Citation Index: 1991-Current, Current Chemical Reactions: 1995-Current, Index Chemicus: 1995-Current, Current Contents Connect: 1995-Current, Zoological Record: 1978-Current, Derwent Innovations Index: 1995-Current
From the New-York Historical Society, Civil War Primary Source Documents is an archive of unique manuscripts chronicling the American Civil War as it was experienced. Providing both Northern and Southern perspectives, it covers all aspects of the war, including reactions and impressions from the home front.
Includes bibliographic information for more than 1,500 journals and 250,000 bibliographic entries (mainly journal articles) published in Latin America and the Caribbean. Specializes in social sciences and humanities.
Allows a search limit by full text only but the full text links to external sources.
Database is a streaming audio collection of classical music. It currently provides access to more than 648,000 tracks, including almost 50,000 recordings from EMI. Over 1,800 composers are represented from the earliest times to the present, including many contemporary composers. Repertoire ranges from vocal and choral music, to chamber, orchestral, solo instrumental, and opera.
A digital primary sources collection on early America, the Atlantic world, the Caribbean and the British Empire. Sourced from The National Archives in the United Kingdom. Colonial America will consist of 5 modules. UAlbany libraries currently provide access to the four first modules: Module 1: Frontier Life, Early Expansion And Rivalries (1606-1763), Module 2: Towards Revolution (mainly 1760s-1770s), Module 3: The American Revolution (mainly 1770s-1780s), Module 4: Legislation and Politics in the Colonies (1636-1782). The remaining module is still under production.
Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO) provides the full-text of working papers, occasional papers, conference proceedings, etc., produced by prominent research organizations in the field of international affairs. It also includes the table of contents of major international affairs journals.
This database combines CommSearch (formerly produced by the National Communication Association) and Mass Media Articles Index (formerly produced by Penn State) along with numerous other top journals in communication and media studies.
WRDS is a warehouse of financial, accounting, banking, economics, management, marketing, and public policy databases accessible through a single Web-based interface. This resource is only available to UAlbany faculty, staff and students. UAlbany graduate students and faculty can request a WRDS account for remote access, by going to http://wrds.wharton.upenn.edu/ and following the instructions. Undergraduates should ask their professor for a class password. WRDS is maintained by the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Its particular strengths include deep archives of historical data, a common web interface for access to all WRDS databases, and a variety of output file formats. WRDS provides access only to specific databases licensed by the University at Albany, in particular to COMPUSTAT North America, COMPUSTAT Global & EMDB and CRSP, as well as to some additional datasets. The UA subscription does not include all WRDS databases.
Providing access to nearly 300 full text academic journals, magazines, and trade publications, this resource covers computers science, programming, artificial intelligence, cybernetics, information systems, robotics, and software. An additional 150 periodicals are also indexed and abstracted.
Indexes and abstracts over 1,900 academic journals and professional publications, and provides full text access to more than 830 periodical, books, conferences, and encyclopedias. Subject coverage includes computing theory and practice; engineering and applied science; and social and business implication of technology.
Consists of "electronically enhanced" documents relating to the Constitution of the United States". These include the Federalist Papers, early state constitutions and a wide array of other sources which are in any way related. This resource may be searched by specific reference or key word combinations. Users may also create their own index or concordance.
Offers content from mainstream periodicals, alternative press, hard-to-find newsletters and NGO research reports. Focuses on the critical issues and events that influence women including health, the workplace, parenting, human rights, reproductive rights and legal issues.
The Current Index to Statistics (CIS), a bibliographic index to publications in statistics and related fields, is a joint venture of the American Statistical Association and the Institute of Mathematical Statistics. It currently indexes the entire contents of more than 162 core journals, selectively indexes an additional 1,200 journals, and indexes some 11,000 mathematical statistics books and conference proceedings. CIS is international in scope and covers subjects such as Bayesian mathematics, data analysis, Markov processes, Monte Carlo methods, probability, statistics, and stochastics.