AfricaBib.org provides access to multiple databases, including:
Print version is in Main Reference PA99.A1 A5
Includes Webster's and Roget's Thesaurus, and well as the French dictionaries and multilingual bibles.
Main access portal for:
- Efficient data integration for spatial and non-spatial data (custom radii, administrative units, spatial boundaries) - Quick and accurate location analysis and spatial assessment - Identify spatial patterns and trends - Generate time-saving, easy-to-use, and customized reports - Dynamic charts, tables and maps - Export to PDF, Excel, Word, or GIS Shape files
Microfilm #719 Bibliography and Guide located on the bookshelves in the Microfilm Area of the Main Library. Middlebury does not have all reels. Check the Microfilm drawers for holdings.
"Contains numerous and rare series of newspapers, from 1603 to 1818, amounting in whole to 700 volumes".
A very few of these newspapers are available electronically. Follow the main link of this record to the MIDCAT list; look at individual records for access.
1985-2005. Online access to Current Geographical Publications, which is no longer published in paper format. Includes bibliographical references to books, periodical articles, pamphlets, government documents, maps and atlases in the American Geographical Society Collection of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
1693-current (North America) and 1933-current (outside North America). Worldwide and planetary coverage of geological subjects; a major source for research in the geosciences. Includes references to journal articles, books, maps, conference papers, reports and theses. Especially good for government publications (including USGS), geologic maps, and field trip guidebooks. Tips:
The Labyrinth provides free, organized access to electronic resources in medieval studies through a World Wide Web server at Georgetown University. The Labyrinth's easy-to-use menus and links provide connections to databases, services, texts, and images on other servers around the world. Each user will be able to find an Ariadne's thread through the maze of information on the Web.
This project not only provides an organizational structure for electronic resources in medieval studies, but also serves as a model for similar, collaborative projects in other fields of study. The Labyrinth project is open-ended and is designed to grow and change with new developments in technology and in medieval studies.
Los Angeles Times - CURRENT (1985-current) Los Angeles Times - HISTORICAL (1881-1986)
References to articles published in scholarly journals, bulletins and conference publications in Astronomy and Physics. This is not a subscription resource, but accessing it from a library page might help to enable linking to full-text articles.
To connect to Middlebury's journal collections from NASA ADS:
For information on using Open Shakespeare check out the Guide.
A non-profit research center studying the social effects of the Internet on Americans. Report topic include:
*Neuropsychological Assessment*Educational Measures*Intelligence Tests*Developmental Measures*Scales for Beliefs, Relationships, or Expectancies*Personality Assessment*Aggression, Coping, or Functional Status Questionnaires*Occupational Measures (I/O)*Resilience, Anger Response, or Substance Abuse Inventories*Military Testing
Tip: To limit your search to a subset of the database, click on the "Advanced Search" link
1908-current. Chemical Abstracts via SciFinder Scholar is a comprehensive index to pure and applied chemistry literature including journal articles and structure information. It is accessible to Middlebury users from any on-campus or off-campus computer. Before using SciFinder (Web version) for the first time, you must create an account from an on-campus computer. Access at Middlebury is limited to two searchers at a time. When finished, please log off to allow others to log in.
To create a SciFinder account:
Help documents for SciFinder (Web version):
Searches for science-related and primarily scholarly sources including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, abstracts and articles, from academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories, universities and other organizations. Some documents will be available for free while others require a subscription or a one-time access fee.
Current Newspapers section and Microfilm #194 Online: Lexis Nexis 1985 - present. Choose from the Sources option. Online: Times of London Digital Archive 1785 - 1985.
Print Index, 1850 - current. (several months delay) REF AI 21 .T35. Online Index (from the Times website). 1985 - present. Note: searching is free. Online articles are not. You can get the articles for free from our microfilm or Lexis-Nexis.
Gov Docs Reference-Main Z1223.Z9 C65
This resource provides subject access to about 50,000 maps, many of which are available in the early U. S. Serial Set volumes and which can also be searched through go/usssnote: Print Resource
Rutland Herald Online Selections from Current Issue (page image) Additional online access by special password for Midd users. Contact a librarian for details. Current Newspapers, Level 1 1792-1820, 1835-present: Microfilm #27 Online Index, 1984 - present. Index for 1970 - 1983: Microfilm #27 Online Index for 1984 - April 2009
A Latin version of Wikipedia. Like any wikipedia entries, these cannot be assumed to be authoritative--always double check the information. But it may provide a useful starting place.
For a more complete description see the article in The Wired Campus
Faculty interested in using the images for research purposes, or creating new uses for the images (e.g., creating an application to manipulate or view them, etc.) are asked to apply to the NLM for individual access.
= Unrestricted Resource
= Middlebury Students, Faculty & Staff only
= Click for help guide (.pdf or .html)
= Link to Article
= Some full text available
= Resource contains images
= Resource contains video
= Resource contains audio
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