A comprehensive, scholarly, multi-disciplinary database that includes full-text from thousands of peer-reviewed journals and citations from many more. State of Maine funded.
Full text articles from newspapers, magazines and journals from alternative and independent presses, providing an alternative to mainstream media perspectives.
A full-text database focusing on the impact of gender across a broad spectrum of subject areas. Topics include family, childbirth, domestic abuse, work, sexual harassment, aging, body image, eating disorders ,social roles and more. Includes content on the impact of gender on areas such as the arts, education, politics, religion, and more.
A massive, ongoing project to catalog and index Canadian and American women's diaries and correspondence through history and to digitize and index over 1,000 volumes of published and unpublished material.
PressReader provides online access to today's newspapers and publications from around the world in full-color, full-page format. The ever-expanding collection currently includes over 5,000 titles. Titles boast a 90-day back file, and include articles as well as other key content, such as advertisements, classifieds, and notices. Users can take advantage of the keyword searching capability within each issue or simply browse through the pages of their favorite title.
A multidisciplinary database, over 160 subject areas are covered extensively including business and economics, health and medical, news and world affairs, technology and the social sciences .
Web-based reference management tool to collect references from online databases, websites and other sources. Easily insert citations into papers and automatically format reference lists. Sharing tools for groups.
World Data Analyst offers detailed statistical comparisons of countries around the world, using both the most recent statistics and historical figures. One creates tables, charts, export the information to a spreadsheet for printing and data crunching, and also link to country articles in Encyclopedia Britannica. State of Maine funded.