The AAS Historical Periodicals Collection includes scanned and searchable images of over 6,500 magazines, trade journals, and scientific journals published between 1690 and 1910. The AAS database is the largest and most comprehensive of its kind.
BioCyc is a collection of 9389 [as of 2017] Pathway/Genome Databases (PGDBs), plus software tools for understanding their data. It allows users to visualize the layout of genes within a chromosome, or of an individual biochemical reaction, or of a complete biochemical pathway.
Completely searchable and easy to use, The Chicago Manual of Style Online provides recommendations on editorial style and publishing practices for the digital age. Now offering the full contents of the 17th and 16th editions
Search a collection of over 160,000 ebooks published by a wide range of university presses and other academic publishers. Books may be viewed online without any special reader. Users may set up a personal EBSCO account which will permit downloading ebooks.
Newspaper Source Plus contains articles published by over 850 newspapers, and it includes transcripts of television and radio broadcasts from major networks and local stations. The geographic scope includes the United States and 50 other countries, and time coverage extends to the early 2000's.
Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings. You may set up a free account to: 1) save your searches; 2) set up email alerts; 3) save documents to lists; and 4) review your author profile.
Social Explorer is an online research tool designed to provide quick and easy access to historical census data and demographic information. It creates fast, intuitive, and appealing maps and reports to help users visually analyze and understand demography and social change throughout history.
Video clips for early education and child development, which help make general principles of child development and early education come to life. Students learn to "see what children know", not through testing, but through careful observation.