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  • 1. Grants for People with Disabilities (MEMORIAL ONLY)

    This new Grant Guide reveals the scope of current foundation giving in the field. You'll find descriptions of 8,759 grants of $10,000 or more with a total value of $585,086,038 made by 997 foundations. Grants for People with Disabilities is essential for identifying prospective funders for general support or specific projects.
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  • 2. America : History and Life

    America : History and Life indexes and abstracts more than 1700 social science and humanities journals in the field of United States and Canadian history. (See Historical Abstracts for non-North American coverage.) Links to full-text articles are included when available. Books and dissertations are included. (Updated monthly)
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  • 3. Hein Online U.S. Presidential Library

    Includes "Messages and Papers of the Presidents", "Public Papers of the President", "Weekly Compilations of Presidential Documents", and more. (Updated daily)
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  • 4. Encyclopedia of Genetics, Genomics, Proteomics, and Informatics

    This encyclopedia covers the basics and the latest in genomics, proteomics, genetic engineering, small RNAs, transcription factories, chromosome territories, stem cells, genetic networks, epigenetics, prions, hereditary diseases, and patents. Similar integrated information is not available in textbooks or on the Internet. It is a resource for researchers, instructors and students of basic and applied biology, as well as for physicians and lawyers or even for interested laymen, because of the clarity of its presentation. This new third edition updates a best-selling encyclopedia. It includes about 60 more words than the 1,392-page second edition of 2003. The number of illustrations increased to almost 2,000 and their quality has improved by design and four colors. In addition, cross-references among entries are expanded and the statements are supported by references: more than 14,000 journal papers and more than 3,000 books are listed. The book includes approximately 1,800 cur rent databases and web servers. Retractions and corrigenda are pointed out. Target audience includes research workers in general genetics, genomics, proteomics, biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, evolution, cytogenetics, human genetics, ethics, natural philosophy; professors, teachers, librarians at universities, colleges and progressive secondary schools; physicians, law professionals; students at all levels of basic and applied biology; science administrators and journal editors, public libraries. (No updates)
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  • 5. WorldCat via FirstSearch

    WorldCat is a catalog of millions of books, serials, audiovisual media, maps, archives, manuscripts, scores, computer files, and web sites owned by OCLC member libraries around the world, including UW-Madison and the Library of Congress. More than 400 languages are represented. One of its many uses is the ability to make online interlibrary loan requests for books. There are two versions currently available. The FirstSearch interface has advanced search options, and lists results by number of copies available. It also may display more note information than the other interface. The WorldCat.org interface lists results in relevancy order. (Updated daily)
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  • 6. Palmer's Full Text Online

    Palmer's Full Text Online provides an index to the London Times, with individual index entries linked to a scanned image of the article from the original Times. The search technology attempts to deal with historical variations in spelling and terminology--the user can enter a single word and choose to look for related meanings or variant spellings at the same time. Although indexing exists for October 1790 to December 1905, the full-text component spans only the years from 1800 to 1870. Full texts of all years are available on microfilm #149 in Memorial Library's Microforms/Media Center, Room 443. (Updated irregularly)
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  • 7. Early Modern Italy 1550-1800

    Early Modern Italy provides an electronic bibliography of resources covering Italy from 1550-1800. The bibliography provides information on scholarly studies and dissertations done on this topic. Articles are in French or English. Topics include history, art history, music, literature, philosophy, religion and science. (Updated semiannually)
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  • 8. China Academic Journals

    This multidisciplinary full-text database is produced by Tsinghua (Qinghua) University in Beijing, with a mirror server in the U.S.. UW-Madison had a subscription to the social sciences and humanities collection through 2013, in 3 out of the 9 available series. These are: Series F: Literature, History, and Philosophy, 1994 - present. Series G: Politics, Economics, and Law; and Series H: Education and Social Sciences, both sections are 1994 - 2013. CAJ provides access to articles from a large number of journals in China. It is accessible through the web, and it requires Adobe Acrobat Reader version 6+ with Chinese simplified fonts. Articles can be viewed in pdf files. CAJ's search capabilities include the following: Basic: title, author, keyword, organization, abstract, reference, full-text, journal title, ISSN, year, issue, and theme; and Advanced: may combine more than 2 terms or phrases in different fields. One can also enter search terms in both English and Chinese (simplified or traditional). (Updated daily)
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  • 9. The Irish Revolution

    The Irish Revolution is a collaborative online project between University College Cork and the Irish Examiner newspaper. It represents an ever growing resource collection that includes Cork's War of Independence Fatality Register; historic newspaper reactions; teaching materials; a diary; spy files; and descriptions (in various formats) of people who took part in this historic event which happened between January 1919 and July 1921 in Ireland. A web page dedicated to News and Events is updated regularly, posting articles and scheduled events such as lectures, expert panels, etc.
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  • 10. Animal Diversity Web

    Animal Diversity Web (ADW) is an online encyclopedia of animal natural history, distribution, classification, and conservation biology created by the University of Michigan. Animal Diversity Web has thousands of species accounts about individual animal species. These may include text, pictures of living animals, photographs and movies of specimens, and recordings of sounds. Species accounts provide information on species habitats, behavior, physical description, geographical range, and other information. Students write the text of these accounts, but they are reviewed and edited by ADW staff and instructors before they are posted in the database. Animal Diversity Web also has descriptions of levels of organization above the species level, especially phyla, classes, and in some cases, orders and families. Hundreds of hyperlinked pages and images illustrate the traits and general biology of these groups.
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