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  • Parts 1 and 2: 62,400 works tracing the development of the modern world through trade and wealth.

  • General database designed for public libraries with full-text. In addition to magazines, it includes primary source documents, biographies, illustrations and reference book excerpts.

  • The American Mathematical Society’s online database which provides indexing to the world’s mathematical literature with abstracts from 1940 to present; updated daily.

  • A non-profit initiative dedicated to digitizing collections of classic media periodicals that belong in the public domain for full public access.

  • Over 3,000 pages of medieval sources, annotated and edited.

  • Comprehensive journal index from the National Library of Medicine to over 4,600 biomedical journals.

  • Comprehensive journal index from the National Library of Medicine to over 4,600 biomedical journals.

  • The most recent descriptive information and critical review of new and revised tests from the Buros Institutes 9th - 14th Yearbooks.

  • Online version of this reference source for chemicals, drugs and biologicals.

  • Full text online edition of the Merck Manual.

  • More than 450 Metropolitan Opera performances.

  • Index, with some full text and some abstracts, of hundreds of journals, magazines and pamphlets, concerning current news pertaining to the military.

  • Index to literary criticism and linguistic research in journals, books and dissertations worldwide from 1963 to present.

  • Gale’s integrated research platform for their literary resources. It searches multiple literature databases at once with workflow tools to analyze information.

  • Writing resources from the Modern Language Association.

  • Morgan and Claypool books from the Synthesis lecture series.

  • Index of journal articles covering popular and classical music; subjects include book and record reviews and first performances.

  • Cross searches all the Alexander Street music databases: audio, text and video.