Sage Research Methods provides a comprehensive array of resources related to quantitative and qualitative social science research methodologies. Included in this database are reference materials, journal articles, books, handbooks, and video which describe and explain social science research methods. User guide/tutorial
A database that contains the complete content of printed reference sets from Salem Press owned by the University Libraries. Currently includes Cancer, Infectious Diseases & Conditions, and Magillís Medical Guide, Sixth Edition.
A database that contains the complete content of printed history reference sets from Salem Press owned by the University Libraries. Currently includes: Milestone Documents of American History, Milestone Documents of American Leaders, Milestone Documents of African American Leaders, and the Encyclopedia of American Immigration.
A database that contains the complete content of printed science reference sets from Salem Press owned by the University Libraries. Currently includes: Careers in Chemistry, Encyclopedia of Energy, and Encyclopedia of Environmental Issues. User guide/tutorial
Produced by the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI), Science Citation Index is a database for searching sources in all of the sciences and mathematics. It covers the core scholarly journals, mainly in English. SCI offers the unique possibility of searching for scholarly articles that have cited an earlier published article. Search by:
Searches may be limited by date, language, or type of document. Abstracts are not available.
Science of Synthesis (SoS) contains critically reviewed synthetic methods in the fields of organic and organometallic chemistry. It includes descriptions of the synthetic methods along with experimental procedures. SoS can be searched by structure, substructure, reaction, and text. Users can create username/password accounts for personalization features. The complete Houben-Weyl series, published between 1909 and 2003, is included; this includes citations back to the early 1800s.
SciFinder is the Web version of Chemical Abstracts and includes the CAplus database, the CAS Registry file, and Medline. It contains citations and abstracts from journals, conference proceedings, patents, and dissertations, as well as chemical substance and reaction information. SciFinder replaces the SciFinder Scholar client version. User guide/tutorial (SciFinder-n)User guide/tutorial (SciFinder Classic)
The collection contains a selection of over 200 prompt books (annotated working texts of stage managers and company prompters) from the 17th to 20th centuries, the extensive diaries of Shakespeare enthusiast Gordon Crosse documenting 500 UK performances from 1890 to 1953, the First Folio and Quartos, editions and adaptations of Shakespeare's works from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, more than 80 works Shakespeare is thought to have been familiar with, as well as works composed by Shakespeare's contemporaries.
Description of this resource: Indexes short stories published in more than 4,200 collections and anthologies. Also includes short stories from periodicals that have been indexed in Humanities Index and Readersí Guide to Periodical Literature.
Bibliographic entries on more than 150,000 short stories published over 150 years; citations to short stories published from the 1830s to the 1980s from 350 periodicals and collections of short stories; links to the full text of thousands of stories online.
SIAM Journals Online provides access to the thirteen journals published by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. Online access is available from 1997 forward for all of the journals, except for those that began publication after 1997.
Originally published in 1964, the Smithsonian Physical Tables covers a wide range of common physical and chemical data. It includes general physical constants and units of measurement as well as tables on photometry, mechanical properties, building materials, density, acoustics, diffusion, geomagnetism, radiation, abundance of substances, colloids, electron emission, fission, and gravitation. The 901 tables are fully searchable and the index is hyperlinked to the data. The Science Library owns the original print version; it can be found at Q 11 S7 V.120.
SocialExplorer is award winning demographic data visualization and research website designed to engage users through dynamic maps and customizable reports. From research libraries to classrooms to government agencies to corporations to the front page of the New York Times, SocialExplorer helps the public engage with society and science. Creating an account is optional. To continue without being able to save and share projects, click "Use as a guest". Please see a reference librarian for any questions.
Provide access to an assortment of the most important English-language social science journals. Social Science Full Text includes full-text articles from hundreds of journals, covering the latest concepts, theories and methods from both applied and theoretical aspects of the social sciences. User guide/tutorial
Social Services Abstracts provides bibliographic coverage of current research focused on social work, human services, and related areas, including social welfare, social policy, and community development.
The SPIE Digital Library contains an extensive research collection on optics and photonics from 11 peer-reviewed journals and over 8,000 conference proceedings. More than 18,000 conference papers and journals articles are added each year. User guide/tutorial
This online book collection contains most of the computer science books published by Springer from 2005 forward. The collection includes conference and workshop proceedings, research monographs, surveys, tutorials, textbooks, popular and professional treatments, and encyclopedias. User guide/tutorial
Extensive collection of fulltext journal articles from the science publisher Springer. Access the fulltext electronic version of articles from journals to which the Libraries subscribe. Please see the list of subscribed titles.
Collection of English government documents originating from the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. The Stuart era was witness to great changes, civil war, and transformation, particularly affecting matters of religion and politics that are still influential today. State Papers Online, Part IV charts international affairs throughout periods of revolution and upheaval in Britain and Europe's history. Pages: Approximately 1.2 million
Statista is an online resource for statistical data. It provides statistics on more than 80,000 topics from over 18,000 sources. Data is categorized into 21 market sectors. Sources include market research reports, trade publications, scientific journals, and government databases. Statistics are displayed in graphs, and the data can be downloaded in a variety of formats, including PowerPoint and Excel. User guide/tutorial
The Statistical Abstract of the United States is the authoritative and comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States. This site includes all Statistical Abstracts from 1878-2012, along with supplements.