Books you thought you'd never find. Searchable database of thousands of rare and hard-to-find booksellers
Tool that allows you to see if the full-text of an article is available in the Lafayette Libraries' print or electronic collections. Use when you already have a reference to an article.
Search for new, out-of-print, used and rare books.
Library of Congress classification and subject headings on the Web.
Search for journal titles to find where they're indexed or available full-text. Find overlap between two electronic resources.
Index of free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals.
List of electronic journals available via the Lafayette College Libraries. This information is also available in the Library Catalog.
Contact info for copyright holders for out-of-business printing and publishing firms, magazines, literary agencies, etc. Provided by the Harry Ransom Center and University of Reading Library.
Searchable lists of vendors regularly used by university libraries in the United States. From ALCTS
What's in Gale products.
Website of distributor of Latin American and Spanish academic publications.
Links to catalogs of area libraries (e.g. Lehigh, Muhlenberg) and some major research libraries (e.g. Princeton, Library of Congress).
Updated alerts for system problems (when they're known).
List of publishers who "unprofessionally exploit the gold open-access model for their own profit." An archive of the original list compiled by Jeffrey Beall, a metadata librarian at the University of Colorado Denver, with some recent additions.
Includes a searchable catalog of books from Spain, Mexico, and Cuba.
Contains information on currently published as well as discontinued periodicals. Includes searchable tables of contents for over 24,000 academic journals, plus reviews of periodicals from Magazines for Libraries and Library Journal.
A database of copyright contacts for writers, artists, and prominent figures in other creative fields. From the University of Reading.
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.
Provides individual pages for 'identities' based on the personal and corporate names found in WorldCat. Typical entries show lists of the most common works written by and about an author, the genres in which they worked, subjects associated with them, and a graphical timeline showing their publication history.