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MICHIGAN DAILY ARCHIVE Highlights University, State, National, and World History

 


MICHIGAN DAILY

University of Michigan’s Student Newspaper

Recording History Since the 1800s


by Vanessa Prygoski

Since September of 1890, the Michigan Daily has been the official student newspaper at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.

Throughout the decades since then, the student staffs of the Daily have chronicled not only the goings on at the University, but also the local and global community more generally.

Until recently, one had to go to the Hatcher Graduate Library in Ann Arbor to look at back issues of the Daily on microfilm.   Now, almost the entire run of the paper is available to anyone with a computer and internet connection, thanks to the Bentley Historical Library on the North Campus in Ann Arbor.

The Michigan Daily Digital Archives is located at:

https://digital.bentley.umich.edu/midaily

Current coverage of all back issues is from 1890  to  2014.

The archive landing page has a basic keyword search box.

At the top of all the archive pages there is a blue bar with the familiar Michigan Block M with the Archive and Bentley Library names.

This bar also contains links to other archive features.

The first of these is labeled   Search,  and takes the user to a screen with more search options than the basic keyword search on the landing page.

There is a drop down menu that allows users to limit their search by date of publication.

The default is   any date,   which will search the entire archive for the keywords entered by the user.

Users can choose to limit their search to results before and after a certain publication date, as well as between specified dates.

The left side of the search screen allows users to browse the archive by decadeyearmonth,  and  day.   There are also a few sample searches available to stimulate creative ideas on how best to search.

Next to the   Search  link in the blue bar at the top of the archive pages, is a link marked   Browse.   Clicking here will bring up all of the available issues of the MICHIGAN DAILYstarting with the oldest issue in the archive which is from September 30, 1891.

Again, from here there are drop down menus to limit your search by decade, year, month, and day.

These can be combined, so, for example, you could limit your search to issues of the  DAILY  that were published in July — in all of the years of the decade of the 1960s.

The   Help   link in the blue bar at the top of the archive pages has useful information on search techniques such as Boolean logic, as well as how to use the page viewer feature and how to download pages and entire digital back issues of the Daily.

 

While the Michigan Daily initially focused mostly on activities on the Ann Arbor campus of the University of Michigan, it quickly expanded to cover events across the state, nation, and world.

The November 12, 1918 issue reports on the end of the first World War, while issues from the early 1940s include extensive reporting on World War Two.

An extra issue from November 22, 1963 carried the tragic news of President John F. Kennedy’s death.    Five years later, the Daily would report on two additional assassinations of prominent public figures-Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and President Kennedy’s brother Robert.

The progressive social movements of the 1960s, 1970s and beyond have been extensively covered by the Michigan Daily. 

Tom Hayden, one of the founders of Students for a Democratic Society, was editor of the paper in the early 1960s.

White Panther/Rainbow People’s Party founder John Sinclair (a 1964 Flint campus graduate) both wrote for the Daily as well as being a frequent subject of articles in the paper.

The African-American civil rights and Black Power movements, second and third wave feminism, countercultures such as the hippies, the LGBTQ+ movement and more have all been written about in the Michigan Daily.

Varsity sports on the Ann Arbor campus have always been well covered by the Daily, from Fielding Yost’s   Point A Minute   football teams of the early 1900s,  through the Bo Schembechler era, and on to today’s teams led by coaches such as Carol Hutchins of the women’s softball team and Jim Harbaugh, current head football coach.

On page three of the February 8, 1955   Daily  is a short news article reporting on the  Board of Regents  vote to “establish a senior college of the University in Flint.”

This, of course, is what evolved into the present day University of Michigan-Flint campus.

News from both the Flint and Dearborn campuses regularly appear in the Daily.

The Michigan Daily Digital Archive is a very valuable historical resource, and is available free for all to use.

by Vanessa Prygoski


 

Some of the New Databases Available from Thompson Library

 

New from Thompson Library, the following  resources!

Databases providing access and information in many formats, all available online in such fields as:

  • Audio Books
  • Current Affairs in Video
  • Career Assistance
  • English as Second Language Assistance
  • Physical Therapy

…   and MORE!!!

 

See NEW DATABASES on Thompson Library website under “Research Guides,” —  NEW & TRIAL RESOURCES.



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  • AudioBook Collection  –  (EBSCOhost product)   Collection of downloadable e-audio books.  [ACCESS PROBLEMS REPORTED   —  CLICK ⓘ INFORMATION BUTTON on link FOR DETAILS.]

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  • Analytical Abstracts   –   Also known as Analytical WebBase, Analytical Abstracts is the premier current awareness and information retrieval service in analytical chemistry. Covers 1980-present.

 

  • Apartheid South Africa, 1948-1980  –    British government files from the Foreign, Colonial, Dominion and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices spanning the period 1948 to 1980.

 

  • Artemis Literary Sources  –  Allows cross-searching of Literature Resource Center, Literature Criticism Online, and Gale Virtual Reference Library literature titles.

 

  • Associations Unlimited  –  Provides information on nonprofit membership associations and professional societies worldwide.

 

  • Business Economics and Theory  —  With a strong emphasis on titles covered in the EconLit database, this collection provides academic journals and magazines focusing on topics in economics. Perfect for business classes, users will find more than 150 full-text journals to support their research.

 

  • Business Insights: Essentials  – 
    Reference content from Gale’s core business collection. Includes easy-to-use company fundamentals and investment research reports, industry rankings, profiles, market share data, company histories, and more. Compare companies and generate lists by industry or location.

 

  • CareerBeam   –   Extensive company information and recruiting contacts for nearly 1 million potential employers and more than 200 countries. Requires login with UMICH password.

 

  • Catalysts & Catalysed Reactions  
    Monthly bulletin containing around 200 new graphical abstracts each month, indexed by reaction under study and by catalytic method.

 

  • Chemical Hazards in Industry  
    Monthly bulletin containing worldwide information on safety and health hazards surrounding chemicals encountered in the chemical and related industries.

 

  • ChemSpider  –
    Free chemical structure database providing fast text and structure search access to over 32 million structures from hundreds of data sources.

 

  • Communication, Film, and Mass Media 
    This ebook collection includes titles relevant to communications, cinema and media studies, advertising, public opinion, journalism, and mass media.

 

  • Culinary Arts Collection  
    Includes 150 of the major cooking and nutrition magazines. Coverage includes thousands of searchable recipes, restaurant reviews, and industry information

 

 

 

 

 

  • eBook K-8 Collection 
    Full text books designed specifically to support a quality learning experience for K-8 students across all academic subjects from History, to Language and Literature, to Science & Technology.

 

 

 

 

  •  Gait: An Online Tutorial  –  Includes the components “General Information,” “Joints,” and “Self-Assessment Quiz.”

 

  • Gale NewsVault 
    Provides cross-searching of 17 different historical newspaper and periodical archive collections.

 

  • Gartner 
    This database contains a comprehensive body of technology knowledge and is a resource used by thousands of organizations to help decision makers capitalize on information technologies and markets. Requires UMICH login.

 

  • General Reference Center Gold  
    Provides indexing for 1,100 general interest magazines, newspapers, business and industry journals, and reference books, with full text for articles from 700 of them. Covers 1980-present.

 

 

 

  •  Health Reference Center Academic  – Journal and magazine articles, newsletters, e-books, and other sources related to nursing and allied health, and consumer health. 1995-present.

 

  • Human Rights Studies Online  –

    A collection of text and video on human rights crimes in the 20th and early 21st centuries.
  • Junior Edition 
    Designed for students in junior high and middle school with access to a variety of indexed and full-text magazines, newspapers, and reference books, for information on current events, the arts, science, popular culture, health, people, government, history, sports, and more.

 

  • Laboratory Hazards Bulletin  
    Monthly bulletin containing key information on hazards encountered by laboratory workers in all fields including R&D, analytical and hospital laboratories, scanned from the primary scientific and trade literature worldwide.

 

 

 

  •  Loeb Classical Library  –  250 ancient Greek and Latin authors in original language and in English translation.

 

  • MarinLit  –   MarinLit is a database dedicated to marine natural products research.

 

  • Mergent Archives  –   Digital collection of historical Moody’s, Hoover’s, Dun & Bradstreet, and Mergent publications.

 

 

  • Met Opera on Demand  
    Streaming access to more than 500 full-length Metropolitan Opera performances.

 

  • Methods in Organic Synthesis  
    Online alerting service covering the most important current developments in organic synthesis. It is designed with the synthetic organic chemist in mind, providing informative reaction schemes and covering new reactions and new methods.

 

  • Natural Product Updates  
    Provides graphical abstracts of new developments in natural product chemistry, selected from dozens of key primary journals.

 

  • Nursing Resource Center  
    Aimed at students completing class assignments and preparing for clinicals as they learn how to care for and treat patients.

 

  • PapersFirst 
    Citations to over 6.5 million papers presented at worldwide meetings, conferences, etc., since 1993.

 

  • Popular Magazines
    Over 1,000 of the most searched magazines across Gale/InfoTrac products. All the titles were selected based on actual publication searches performed by library patrons. This database is 100% full text and includes over 600 titles recommended by Bowker’s “Magazines for Libraries”.

 

  • ProceedingsFirst  –
    Contains tables of contents from over 190,000 worldwide conferences, meetings, etc. since 1993.

 

  • Professional Collection  
    Custom selection of full-text journals for educators interested in professional development.

 

 

  •  Science of Synthesis  –  Provides a critical review of the synthetic methodology for the entire field of organic and organometallic chemistry.

 



 

 

Some of the New Databases Available from Thompson Library

New from Thompson Library!

Databases in:

  • Faculty Expertise
  • Cost of Books
  • UM Faculty  Publications

         …   and more!

 See more NEW database on Thompson Library

website under link for NEW RESOURCES



  • Picture1Michigan Experts   —  A searchable database of research expertise across disciplines at UM.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources — 1620-1926 Approximately 1.5 million pages of historical United States legal material including constitutional convention documents, colonial records, city charters, and early state codes and digests.

 

  • Making of Modern Law: Trials1600-1926 Describes the courtroom dramas that rocked society in America, the British Empire and the world..

 

 

  • Popular MagazinesOver 1,000 of the most searched magazines across Gale/InfoTrac products. All the titles were selected based on actual publication searches performed by library patrons. This database is 100% full text and includes over 600 titles recommended by Bowker’s “Magazines for Libraries”.

 

  • Professional Collection  —    Custom selection of full-text journals for educators interested in professional development.

 

  • Nursing Resource Center  —   Aimed at students completing class assignments and preparing for clinicals as they learn how to care for and treat patients.

 

  • Culinary Arts CollectionIncludes 150 of the major cooking and nutrition magazines. Coverage includes thousands of searchable recipes, restaurant reviews, and industry information.

 

  • Business Economics and TheoryWith a strong emphasis on titles covered in the EconLit database, this collection provides academic journals and magazines focusing on topics in economics. Perfect for business classes, users will find more than 150 full-text journals to support their research.

 

  • Business Insights Essentials   — Reference content from Gale’s core business collection. Includes easy-to-use company fundamentals and investment research reports, industry rankings, profiles, market share data, company histories, and more. Compare companies and generate lists by industry or location.

 



 

Library Provided Database: Web of Knowledge

Thompson Library is pleased to offer the database Web of Knowledge along with its subsidiary Web of Science .

A Thomson Reuters product, Web of Knowledge is one of today‘s premier research platforms to find, analyze, and share information in the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities. It is designed to quickly find and analyze available research (past and present) in a specific field.

The All Databases search function allows you to search for records across multiple product databases. Search by Topic, Title, Author, and more.

Web of Knowledge includes the following product databases and citation indexes:


Citation Indexes

  •    Science Citation Index
  •    Social Science Citation Index
  •    Arts & Humanities Citation Index

Sub-Databases:

  • Web of ScienceSM
  • BIOSIS Citation IndexSM
  • Chinese Science Citation DatabaseSM
  • Data Citation IndexSM
  • SciELO Citation Index
  • Product Databases
  • Biological Abstracts®
  • BIOSIS Previews®
  • Current Contents ConnectSM
  • CABI: CAB Abstracts and Global Health®
  • Derwent Innovations IndexSM
  • Food Science & Technology AbstractsTM
  • Inspec®
  • MEDLINE®
  • Zoological Records®

Many features in Web of Knowledge require you to become a registered user (free option).

Registering and using the sign-in option:

  • Enables you to start your session in a specific database (rather than on the All Databases tab);
  • Update your personal information (including username and password);
  • Save searches that can be opened when you resume your research; set up search history alerts (“alerts” automatically searches the last update to the database
  • Sends results to your e-mail); set up citation alerts to notify you by e-mail whenever an article on your Citation Alerts list has been cited by a new article; create and maintain frequently read journals list
  • Add references to EndNote directly from Web of Science and other product databases.
  • Citation Alerts — Set up search and citation alerts via email or RSS feeds to stay current on recently published research and see who is citing your work.

For each record on the list,  you will find the following information:

 

Times Cited

 

  • Times Cited number shows number of citing articles currently in   the database for the particular record.
  • Author / Title
  • Each author and article title is linked to the Full Record of the work.

 

RSS Feed

 

To set up an RSS feed:

  • Click the RSS Feed button to go to a Web page that displays the name of the selected journal.
  • Click the Subscribe to this feed link to open a dialog box and follow instructions.

NOTE:  

Alerting is not available for the “All Databases” search as done  in Web of Knowledge.



 

Some of the New Databases Available from Thompson Library

See more NEW database on Thompson Library website under link for NEW RESOURCES.


New from Thompson Library!

Databases in:

  • Faculty Expertise
  • Cost of Books
  • UM Faculty – Publications

         …   and more!


 

  • Picture6Michigan Experts   —    A searchable database of research expertise across disciplines at the University of Michigan. It has been developed to foster intramural and extramural collaborations, and interdisciplinary research. It contains publication citations (pulled from Scopus and Inspec), grants, and patents data. Faculty from the following UM-Ann Arbor schools, colleges, and institutes are included: School of Dentistry, College of Engineering, Life Sciences Institute, Medical School School of Nursing, College of Pharmacy, and the School of Public Health.
  • Chatham House Online Archive   —   The research, publications, speeches and archives of the leading international affairs think tank, The Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House, London. High level analysis and research on almost 100 years of global events and issues. Includes ‘behind the doors’ insight into the real movers and shakers, influencers and deal brokers. For researchers of international affairs, economics, law, and business, diplomacy, security and terrorism, environment, development, war and peace studies.
  • Twentieth Century Advice Literature: North American Guides on Race, Gender, Sex, and the Family —  Twentieth Century Advice Literature: North American Guides on Race, Gender, Sex, and the Family allows students and researchers to immerse themselves in the values and behaviors of Americans of the past. The collection provides a window into American social history by bringing together the instructional, prescriptive, behavioral, and etiquette literature that defined standards of personal conduct for millions of Americans and reflected the prevailing social mores across the twentieth century. When complete, the collection will contain 150,000 pages of fully searchable handbooks, manuals, textbooks, etiquette guides, self-help books, instructional pamphlets, and how-to books that illustrate both how Americans actually behaved and how they felt they ought to behave.
  • Faulkner Advisory for IT Studies (FAITS)   —   Library of reports covering IT infrastructure, wireless technology, security, data networking, technology vendors, and more. Useful for tracking technology trends, strategic planning, competitive analysis, market awareness, and product/vendor evaluation


 

Some of the New Databases Available from Thompson Library

For a complete list, see the  NEW RESOURCES   link on the Frances Willson Thompson Library website.   


 New from Thompson Library!

Databases in:

  • African Studies
  • ebooks
  • Politics & Issues

         …   and more!


  • African Studies Companion OnlineGuides and resources for Earth Go GreenAfrican languages, Africa cartography and maps, African film, African studies journals, magazines and newsletters, media guides and news sources for Africa, the African press, African studies library collections worldwide, national archives in Africa, centers of African studies and African studies programs worldwide, awards and prizes in African studies, and a wealth of other subjects. Many entries describe and evaluate resources, others are factual and provide practical information. With a few exceptions, entries directly link to resources on the Internet.
  • African American Periodicals, 1825-1995170 wide-ranging periodicals by and about African Americans, published in 26 states. Includes academic & political journals, commercial magazines, institutional newsletters, organizations’ bulletins, annual reports, and other genres.
  • Cambridge Books Online Access to the full text of selected eBooks (about 700) from Cambridge University Press from multiple disciplines across science, technology, humanities and social sciences. Select option “Limited to Your Access” to find books available to UM-Flint users.
  • Issues & Controversies in American HistoryBiographies, timelines, background articles, photographs, and maps augment the curriculum-based coverage of historical events. Carefully selected primary documents, linking directly to the factual coverage, give the points of view on all sides of the debates as they were promulgated at the time.
  • Issues & ControversiesFull text of balanced, accurate discussions of over 250 controversial topics in the news supplemented with chronologies, illustrations, maps, tables, sidebars, contact information, and bibliographies including primary source documents and news editorials. Covers 1995-present.
  • Pew Social & Demographic Trends Public Opinion Polling, Survey Research, & Demographic Data Analysis   Studies behaviors and attitudes of Americans in key realms of their daily lives, using original survey research and analysis of government data. Major reports have examined the racial wealth gap, the Millennial Generation and marriage & family trends.
  • Pew Research Center for the People and the Press This project project provides independent public opinion survey research about American attitudes toward politics and policy. Formerly, the Times Mirror Center for the People & the Press (1990-1995), the Center has been sponsored by The Pew Charitable Trusts since 1996. Major reports examine long-term trends in political values, U.S. views on policy issues and priorities and political knowledge and news interest.
  • Pew Research CenterNonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world. It conducts public opinion polling, demographic research, media content analysis and other empirical social science research. Pew Research does not take policy positions. It is a subsidiary of The Pew Charitable Trusts.
  • Pew InternetOriginal research that explores the growth of the internet and its impact on children, families, communities, the workplace, schools, health care and civic/political life. Major reports have examined teens and technology, health online and libraries in a digital age.
  • Pew Global Attitudes ProjectInformation on issues at the intersection of religion and public affairs in the U.S. and around the world. Major reports examine politics and faith, religious beliefs and practices and global religious demographics.
  • Pew Forum on Religion & Public LifeInformation on issues at the intersection of religion and public affairs in the U.S. and around the world. Major reports examine politics and faith, religious beliefs and practices and global religious demographics.


 

Some of the New Databases Available from Thompson Library

See more NEW database on Thompson Library website under link for NEW RESOURCES


New from  Thompson Library!

Databases in:

  • Business
  • Dance
  • Newspapers
  • Music

         …   and more!


 

  • AccessMedicine   —    Complete suite of clinical and educational Stethescopecontent from leading books, including Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, 17th ED. Updated daily by world-renowned physicians and expanded continuously, AccessMedicine is designed for direct access to the information necessary for completing evaluations, diagnoses, case management decisions, conducting research, medical education, or self-assessment and board review. To access the mobile version, optimized for viewing on iPhones and other PDAs, register for a My AccessMedicine profile from any on-site computer. Once you have done so, you can log on to the site using your My AccessMedicine username and password. [Mobile-friendly URL: http://go.umflint.edu/am]
  • Mergent Web Reports — Database of 180,000 corporate and industry related documents, including analyst equity reports on over 4,000 large and mid-cap US companies; annual reports, prospectuses, financial statements, and annual summaries on over 30,000 companies worldwide; and in-depth analyses of key industries in North America, Europe, and Asia/Pacific, which describe the market environment, industry landscape and key market trends for companies, industries, countries and regions. Industries include automotive, banking, insurance, oil and gas, information technology.
  • Access NewspaperARCHIVEDatabase of mainly English-language historical newspapers starting from 1607 and going to the present. The database consists of digital images of original newspaper pages scanned from microfilm, which have been processed with Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to permit searching by keyword. The quality of the scanned images, and hence the accuracy of the keyword searching, varies widely. The largest number of holdings is 1880-2010 and is mainly from the United States, Canada, England, and Ireland, although there are some newspapers from other countries in other languages.
  • American Song — Provides streaming access to more than 120,000 audio tracks, including songs by and about American Indians, miners, immigrants, slaves, children, pioneers, and cowboys. Included in the database are the songs of Civil Rights, political campaigns, Prohibition, the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, anti-war protests, and more. The range of genres includes country, folk, bluegrass, Western, old time, American Indian, blues, gospel, shape note singing, doo-wop, Motown, R&B, soul, funk, and others.
  • Dance in Video — Dance productions and documentaries by the most influential performers and companies of the 20th century. Selections cover ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, experimental, and improvisational dance, as well as forerunners of the forms and the pioneers of modern concert dance. Included are classic performances from top ballet companies, experimental works from up-and-coming dance troupes, documentaries by and about leading choreographers, videos on dance training, and other items covering a wide range of 20th century dance styles.


 

Some of the New Databases Available from Thompson Library

For a complete list, see the   —   NEW RESOURCES   —   a link on the Frances Willson Thompson Library website.


New from  UM-Flint’s Thompson Library!

Databases in:

  •  Academic Videos
  • Agriculture
  • Conservation
  • Psychology
  • Social Work
  • Physical Therapy

         …   and more!  


  • Academic Video Online   —  Features a single, fully integrated Video Reels Sept 12platform, offering access to tens of thousands of full-length streaming video titles. Virtually every video in the collection is fully transcribed in addition to being indexed for subjects, people, places, release date, language, publisher, and video type.
  • AgEcon — A repository of full-text scholarly literature in agricultural and applied economics, including Working papers, Conference papers and Journal articles.
  • GreenFILEoffers well-researched information covering all aspects of human impact to the environment. Its collection of scholarly, government and general-interest titles includes content on global warming, green building, pollution, sustainable agriculture, renewable energy, recycling, and more.
  • PsycTESTSResearch database that provides access to psychological tests, measures, scales, surveys, and other assessments as well as descriptive information about the test and its development and administration.
  • Rehabilitation Reference Center   — Evidence-based clinical reference tool for therapists and students at the point-of-care. Information in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, and more.
  • Scholarpediaa peer-reviewed open-access encyclopedia written and maintained by scholarly experts from around the world  inspired by Wikipedia and aims to complement it by providing in-depth scholarly treatments of academic topics.


 

Some of the New Databases Available from Thompson Library

For a complete list, see the   —   NEW RESOURCES   —   link on the Frances Willson Thompson Library website.  


New   from  Thompson  Library!

Databases in:

  •  African Writers
  • Engineering
  • International Culture
  • Old English Texts
  • Social Work
  • Statistics (federal)
  • Physical Sciences

         …   and more!


 

  • ASM Failure Analysis Center —   Over 1000 case histories along with authoritative handbook information on failure mechanisms and analysis methods. The Failure Analysis Center enables you to find specific information to help you quickly solve your own failure analysis or materials performance issues.
  •  ASM Alloy Center   —   Search across ASM property data, performance charts, and processing guidelines for specific metals and alloys. Includes five content areas: Data Sheets & Diagrams, Alloy Finder, Materials Property Database, Coatings Data and Corrosion Data.
  • ASM Micrograph Center  —  Comprehensive collection of micrograph images and associated data. The emphasis of the collection is on micrographs for industrially important alloys. Information captured for each image includes material designation and composition, processing history, service history, metallographic preparation/technique, magnification, significance of the structures shown, selected materials properties data, and other relevant data.
  • CultureGrams   —    Up-to-date cultural information on countries across the globe. It includes four editions: the World Edition (for junior high school and up) and the Kids, States, and Canadian Provinces editions (for upper elementary school students). Includes the following features: images, slideshows, streaming videos, sortable data tables and graphs, interviews with natives from countries around the world, recipes for each country, and more.
  •  ProQuest Statistical Datasets   —   Statistical information produced by U.S. Federal agencies, private companies, and intergovernmental organizations. Create maps and reports on health, crime, population, finance, industry, and marketing. Data is available for the world as a whole or for selected countries. Data for the U.S. are shown by state, often by county, sometimes by census tract and zip code. Time series data may go back several decades.
  • Royal Society Publishing   —   1665-present.     Scientific journals, including seminal works in physical science.

 


 

New Databases Available from Thompson Library

For a complete list, see the — NEW RESOURCES — link on the Frances Willson Thompson Library website.


  • Advertising Redbooks.com — Information about advertising agencies specializations; their key personnel, accounts, associated brands, and corporate hierarchy. For other commercial firms, it includes information on how much a firm spends on advertising, an extensive list of executives, including those in marketing; its advertising agencies with contact information; and the firm’s brands.
  • ACerS NIST Phase Equilibria Diagrams Online —- Source of phase diagrams for oxides, salts, carbides, nitrides, borides, compound semiconductors, and chalcogenides. Phase Online functionality includes: * Search commentaries and diagrams by chemical system, published author’s last name, volume, language, publications year, and figure number. * View diagram’s chemical system, figure number, figure notes, references, commentary and footnotes. * Manipulate diagrams with zoom in/out, lever rule, curve follow, mirror, Mol% to Wt% or Wt% to Mol% and built-in calculator.
  • KennedyCQ Historic Documents — 1972-present. Approximately 100 documents covering the most significant events of each year, ranging from presidential speeches, international agreements, and Supreme Court decisions to U.S. governmental reports, scientific findings, and cultural discussions.
  • GreenFile — Articles, books and government documents on global warming, environmental protection and renewable energy.
    GBI Research: Global Business Intelligence —- Market research in chemicals, clean technology, medical equipment, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, power, and semiconductors.
  • NBER Working Papers — Documents published by the National Bureau of Economic Research, a nonprofit economic research organization.
  • ProQuest Sociology — 1985-present. Covers journal articles in sociology and social work.
  • Synthesis Digital Library — 2005-present. Morgan Claypool Synthesis Digital Library provides information service for the research, development, and educational community in engineering and computer science.