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CAB Abstracts Archive (applied life sciences) 1910++

The UCR Libraries are pleased to announce backfiles for the CAB database. Life sciences researchers will want to explore the rich trove of articles now available electronically. This archive is the equivalent of numerous paper indexes, including Review of Applied Entomology (1913+), Horticultural Abstracts (1931+), Plant Breeding Abstracts (1930+), and Field Crop Abstracts (1948+). ... More...

Methods in Enzymology Online

  The UCR Libraries announce that  Methods in Enzymology Online is now available. MiE now publishes several volumes per year, each on a specific topic, such as Molecular Evolution (v. 395, 2005), Circadian Rhythms (v. 393, 2005), and Biological Mass Spectronomy (v. 402, 2005). From 1955 through 1963 MiE contained papers on various topics and was published occasi... More...

African American newspapers: the 19th century

African American newspapers : the 19th century This large collection of African American newspapers contains a wealth of information about the cultural life and history during the 1800s, and is rich with first-hand reports of the major events and issues of the day, including the Mexican War, Presidential and congressional addresses, Congressional abstracts, business and commodity... More...

Book Review Digest Plus

UCR Libraries is making available Book Review Digest Plus, a dramatically expanded online version of the classic Book Review Digest.  With coverage extending back to 1983, this database indexes reviews of  550,000 current fiction and non-fiction, books for children, and reference works in the humanities, social sciences, and general sciences. In addition to the review... More...

Zoological Record now Available

 The UCR Libraries now provides electronic access to Zoological Record from 1978 to the present. Zoological Record is a comprehensive bibliographic database covering all aspects of modern animal research from 1978 to the present. The database contains more than 1,500,000 bibliographic records from monographs, newsletters, conference papers, and more than 5,000 serials published in ove... More...

PAIS Archive now Available

Archival years of Public Affairs Information Service (PAIS) database is now available to the UCR Community.  PAIS is an interdisciplinary index to periodical articles, books, reports, and government publications related to public issues and policies published worldwide.  The addition of the archive enables researchers to more quickly retrieve a historical perspective on topics&... More...

SAGE Publications Online

UCR access to scholarly full-text articles just got better with access to over 300 journals published by SAGE. Thanks to a recently negotiated contract on behalf of the UC Libraries by the California Digital Library (CDL), UC researchers now can access articles in journals such as:   Criminal Justice and Behavior: an International Journal   Poli... More...

New interface for MLA International Bibliography

Modern Language Association (MLA) has removed its databases from the Ovid platform as of June 30, 2005.  After careful review and analysis of several vendor platforms by UC Bibliographers, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA) was selected as the new vendor. As of July 1, CSA will be the sole source for UC's subscription to the MLA International Bibliography and the MLA Directory of Peri... More...


ArticleFirst, a rich resource produced by OCLC contains bibliographic citations that describe items listed on the table of contents pages of more than 16,000 journals in science, technology, medicine, social science, business, the humanities, and popular culture. Sources For more information view:  All titles for ArticleFirst ... More...

African-American Poetry via ProQuest/Chadwyck-Healey

African-American Poetry African-American Poetry is a new library resource for literary scholars and  researchers in ethnic studies, linguistics, women's studies, black literary heritage, and comparative studies. The early history of African American poetry, from the first recorded poem by an African American (Lucy Terry's 'Bars Fights', c.1746) to the major... More...

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