The four most recent additions to our e-Resource collection illustrate the wide variety in the types of information the library makes available to you in a digital format.
HSUS: Historical Statistics of the United States: Millennial Edition
HSUS is a source for quantitative facts of United States history. This is the recently updated and expanded 4th edition; the previous 3 editions were released by Census Bureau in 1940, 1969, and 1975. This database contains tables of historical statistical data, documentation, and essays on a wide range of topics.
IEEE Computer Society Digital Library
The IEEE Computer Society Digital Library contains full-text content from 13 technical magazines, 10 research journals, and over 2000 conference publications. Current online publication in the CDSL is often well in advance of the print copies, while archival coverage can extend as far back as the first issue, depending upon the individual publication.
The Literary Encyclopedia
This encyclopedia provides global coverage of literary work written or translated into English. It contains over 5,900 biographical entries, 1,600 events, and 19,000 literary works. In 2007 the editors expect to add at least 10 new profiles each week.
International Bibliography of Theatre and Dance with Full-text
The IBTD is the latest addition to our list of databases available on the easy-to-use EBSCOHost platform. IBTD indexes over 60,000 journal articles, books, book articles and dissertation abstracts on all aspects of theatre and performance in 126 countries, while providing full-text coverage for about 100 journals and an equal number of books.
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