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Extensive macroeconomic time series data for OECD countries and non-OECD zones. Includes historical statistics as well as projections extending two years beyond the current date.
Tool that allows you to search across many library databases simultaneously (including the Library Catalog).
Provides access to 1.7 million scanned versions of books, courtesy of the Internet archive. You can read the books page-by-page in a browser or download them to your device. Here is a brief tutorial on how to use the Open Library.
Small collection of ebooks and audiobooks that can be download and read on the OverDrive app, a Kindle, or any device that reads the EPUB format. These books tend to be more general interest, less academic in nature than ebooks in our other collections.
Authoritative reference works on art, including Grove Art Online and Benezit Dictionary of Artists. Contains images of major works important to the study of art history as well as artists' signatures and monograms.
Scholarly, biographical articles on noteworthy people who inhabited or were connected with the British Isles. (Does not include information on people still living.)
Scholarly encyclopedia covering historical, political, theoretical, and philosophical issues relating to peace and conflict. Includes coverage of world leaders, major historical and current events, organizations, and theories.
Collection of works on Islam and the Islamic world. Includes scholarly encyclopedia articles, Qur'anic materials, and primary sources.
In depth articles on major topics and trends relating to the study of American history. Written (and periodically updated) by scholars and peer-reviewed.
In depth articles on major topics and trends relating to the study of Latin American history. Written (and periodically updated) by scholars and peer-reviewed.
Overview articles on topics relating to the study of religion. Written by scholars and peer-reviewed.
Electronic access to over 16,000 books published by Oxford University Press since 1963. Excludes Oxford Reference, Bibliographies, Companions, Handbooks, and Very Short Introductions.