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UC eScholarship

eScholarship is a service of the Publishing Program of the California Digital Library and include language indicating that eScholarship provides open access, scholarly publishing services to the University of California and delivers a dynamic research platform to scholars worldwide. Visit the UC eScholarship. ... More...

Materials Research Society Proceedings

MRS Proceedings Online We have just completed negotiations for access to the complete library of MRS (Materials Research Society) Proceedings! The MRS Online Proceedings Library features over 30,000 peer-reviewed papers presented at MRS Meetings. The proceedings papers can be viewed sorted by meeting by selecting a meeting from the list on the left side of the main page. Pr... More...

Springer Ebooks and ETextbooks

30,000+ Springer electronic books and 1,140 E-Textbooks now available! The UC Libraries, including UCR, have recently collaborated to license access to more than 30,000 Springer e-book titles and content with publication dates from 2005-2009 for use by faculty and students covering more than 13 disciplines including: Behavioral Sciences Biomedical and Life Sciences Business and... More...

Scopus Database

UC Campuses to Evaluate Scopus The University of California community will be trialing Scopus, a large, multidisciplinary research database, through December, 2010. Scopus was developed by the scholarly publisher Elsevier, and contains research literature and selected websites.    Overview: Scopus indexes, selectively abstracts, and provides citation analysi... More...

Historic San Francisco Chronicle online!
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Coverage: 1865-1922    Founded by two teenage brothers in 1865 when the West was still wild, the San Francisco Chronicle lets you travel back in time to experience the completion of the transcontinental railroad, the Klondike gold rush, the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, and many other events. You will read how San Francisco grew from a muddy frontie... More...

More JSTOR titles
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What's new on JSTOR! JSTOR Arts & Sciences VI   [To be completed by the end of 2010] This collection will extend JSTOR's coverage in disciplines across the social sciences, with clusters focused in economics, education, linguistics, political science, and area studies.  Current journals include: Economic Theory, Human Ecology, IMF Staff Papers, Midd... More...

Film Index International

Film Index International Film Index International is the publicly-accessible version of the British Film Institute's "Summary of Film and Television" database. Film Index International gives you access to detailed indexing of over 125,000 films, from the earliest silent movies to the most recently produced films. Film Index International also provides thorough biographical information of ove... More...

C19 Nineteenth Century Research
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C19, The Nineteenth Century Index, provides access to the most important tools for 19th century research. C19 gives you access to a searchable index of over 1.5 million books and over 16 million articles. C19 draws together the contents of the following indices: American Periodicals Series (7 million articles from American magazines published between 1770 and 1919). Archives USA... More...

Global Financial Data
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Researchers in economics, history, business and sociology who need historical economic data now have access to a potential gold mine through the Global Financial Data (GFDatabase) The GFDatabase is an unparalleled collection of financial and economic data covering more than 200 countries compiled from original data sources such as historical archives, academic journals and news pe... More...

Popular magazines at your fingertips
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      Need golf advice, sanity saving baby soothers, tv programs reviews, or decorating tips?         MasterFILE Premier is the place to turn. Designed specifically for public libraries, MasterFILE Premier contains full tex... More...

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