New Databases Available from Thompson Library
— For a complete list, see the — NEW RESOURCES — link on the Frances Willson Thompson Library website. —
- Opera in Video —- Opera performances captured on video through stage productions, interviews and documentaries, Selections represent the world’s best performers, conductors, and opera houses and are based upon the work’s importance to the operatic canon.
- Standard & Poor’s NetAdvantage — Full online access to the last 10 years of information. Includes Market Investment News, Register of Corporations, Directors & Executives, Stock Reports, Industry Surveys, Mutual Fund Reports, THE OUTLOOK, Bond Guide, Earnings Guide, Dividend Record and more. (NOTE the S&P “Industry Surveys!)
- Factiva — Company and industry financial data and news stories, as well as full text articles in 6,000 trade publications, newspapers, newswires, and magazines.
- Chronicle of Higher Education — Full text, 1989 to present.
- New England Journal of Medicine — 1812 to present.
- JAMA & Archives — 1998 to present, Journal of the American Medical Association and other journals of the American Medical Association.
- Botanicus: Missouri Botanical Garden Botanicus Collection — 1480—1950 Historical botanical literature from the collection of the Missouri Botanical Garden Library.
- Scholarpedia — Peer-reviewed open-access encyclopedia written by scholars worldwide.
- Freedonia Focus Reports — 700 market research reports covering 18 industry sectors and 17 countries.
- Sports Business Research Network — 1993 to present (Trends); 1997 to present (News). Provides sports marketing information, including market size and demographics, sports participation, licensing, financial and retail trends, international marketing and professional sports trends.
- Govistics — Database of spending, revenue and employment by local government, including counties, cities, townships and school districts (info from US Census).
- Translated Texts for Historians E-Library — 300—800 AD, English translations of key historical sources in Greek, Latin, Syriac, Coptic, Arabic, Georgian and Armanian from the time of late antiquity and the early middle ages.