Digital collection of historical documents with a focus on international relations, politics, public policy, and diplomacy. Includes 29 unique collections from Cold War: Voices of Confrontation and Conciliation to Nixon Administration and Foreign Affairs to The Global War on Terrorism. For more information on these collections, visit this guide.
Digital collection of historical documents with a focus on Latin American and Caribbean studies. Includes 24 unique collections from U.S. Department of State Records for a variety of countries to Feminism in Cuba to Sur Magazine, 1931-1992. For more information on these collections, visit this guide.
Digital collection of historical documents with a focus on law, politics, ethnic studies, and U.S. domestic policies. Includes 18 unique collections from FBI Files on specific individuals to Federal Surveillance of African Americans, 1920-1984 to Grassroots Civil Rights & Social Activism. For more information on these collections, visit this guide.
Digital collection of historical documents with a focus on international relations in the Middle East. Includes 22 unique collections from U.S. Department of State Records for a variety of countries to Records of the Persian Gulf War to U.S. and Iraqi Relations. For more information on these collections, visit this guide.
Apply natural language processing tools to raw text data (OCR) from Gale Primary Sources in a single research platform. By integrating an unmatched depth and breadth of digital primary source matter with the most popular Digital Humanities (DH) tools, Gale Digital Scholar Lab provides a new lens to explore history and empowers researchers to generate world-altering conclusions and outcomes. The Digital Scholar Lab offers advanced humanities computing tools that make natural language processing (NLP) for historical texts accessible, more efficient, and impactful, thus expanding the footprint of digital humanities across campus.
Resource that covers social issues from capital punishment to immigration to marijuana. With over 20,000 pro/con viewpoints, approximately 19,000 reference articles, interactive maps, infographics, and more, students will be prepared to argue any side of the issue. Contains informed, differing views that help learners develop critical-thinking skills and draw their own conclusions.
LLMC, the Law Library Microform Consortium, is a non-profit cooperative of libraries dedicated to the twin goals of, preserving legal titles and government documents, while making copies inexpensively available digitally through its on-line service LLMC-Digital. Includes a wide selection of legal and government titles from all states, as well as some international content. Dates vary based on titles.
Covers key events in the twentieth century that have shaped the modern world. The collection goes beyond the study of economic thought by introducing the study of social forces unleashed by the economy, and provides insight into general political and philosophical thought throughout the period. Part III covers topics including the expansion of communism and capitalism; production and trade as it relates to the role of the state; history of immigration and its impact on the global economy; the emergence of the middle class; temperance movements; and women’s labor organizations. The collection is comprised exclusively of monographs and periodicals.
Covers the “Age of Capital,” the industrial revolution, and the High Victorian Era, when the foundations of modern-day capitalism and global trade were established. The core of the collection offers content in the peak of the British empire, strong in “grey literature” and non-mainstream materials rarely preserved by libraries—including pamphlets, plans, ephemera, and private collections. The collection supports a range of research and teaching topics in the 19th century, including slavery and abolition, the growth of capitalism, and the emergence of nationalism and Marxism.
Ovid MEDLINE (R) provides significant enhanced functionality for searching Medline, the National Library of Medicine's comprehensive database for biomedical literature. Trial access ends on June 30, 2024. Please send feedback to Sarah Young.
Principal Chairs (Flute) is an exciting new online resource for the study of orchestral repertoire – an online excerpt book with fantastic extras! They provide free sheet music and orchestral audio recordings (thanks to Naxos) of the most prominent and important solos in the repertoire along with educational, informative and inspiring pre-recorded video lessons by leading international orchestral artists.
Provides a measure of the effects of local demand shocks on total gross output, value added, earnings, and employment. RIMS II multipliers were developed by the US Bureau of Economic Analysis as a tool to help economists analyze the potential impacts of economic activities on regional economies. They are now used by investors, planners, and elected officials to objectively assess the potential of economic impacts of various projects within a single region. We currently have access to the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Statistical Area multipliers. For more info on RIMS II, please see this guide.
Scite is an AI-enhanced research support platform for discovering and evaluating scientific articles. It allows users to see how publications have been cited, by providing the context of the citation and classifying whether it provides supporting or contrasting evidence. The AI Assistant utilizes ChatGPT functionality with reference check processes. Additional features includes features such as: notifications, custom dashboards, funding analyses, and reference checks.
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A web-based text mining platform that allows you to access and analyze large amounts of text data. Using content retrieved from ProQuest database, you can build your corpus and conduct data analysis, text mining, and visualization using your preferred methods to uncover relationships, patterns, and connections within and between datasets while collaborating with colleagues in real-time on one platform. To access a workbench, you must submit a request.To find information on how to do this, visit this guide.