Full image contents of The Wall Street Journal. Note that this version of the text is not searchable; you must already know the date of the issue you wish to see.
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Electronic backfile of the Wall Street Journal from the first issue through 1996.
Full text of the Wall Street Journal. Includes limited images, charts and tables.
Directory and profiles of 100,000 U.S. companies. Can be searched by total sales, location, NAICS code, and more.
Cover-to-cover, full image backfile of the Washington Post from the first issue through 1997. (For an electronic version of articles from 1998 forward, use LexisNexis Academic.)
Index covering the journal literature of science, technology, and the social sciences. Allows you to search for a topic, an author, or for articles that cite a known author or work.
Authoritative encyclopedia covering biomedical engineering, biomechanics, and biomaterials.
Reference work with detailed articles on electrical and electronics engineering.
Collection of journals and books from Wiley-Blackwell publishers covering life, health and physical sciences, social science, and the humanities.
Full-text editions of texts by English and American women published between 1400 and 1850.
Streaming collection of feature films spanning the silent era through contemporary international cinema. Covers classic and contemporary cinema from Africa, Asia (primarily China, Japan, and India), Europe (including Soviet films), Latin America, and the Middle East.
Country-level, time series data from the World Bank. Topics covered include demographics, the economy, the environment, health, and education. Data may be saved as Excel or ASCII files.
Searchable bibliography with annotated entries for books, articles, reviews, and other materials related to Shakespeare.
Catalog of books, videos, manuscripts, and other materials held by libraries across the country. Includes millions of records, so searches for narrow topics work best.