How was the life of women during French colonialism in North Africa during the 19th and 20th centuries? How did Chinese women respond to the introduction of Western medicine, brought to China by American women medical missionaries? How was the Filipino women’s activism movement for women’s right to vote? In Women and Social Movements in Modern Empires since 1820 -database we can explore world history events, especially colonization, social movements and post-coloniality told from women’s point of view.
Ethnologue is a diverse database of world languages. With it, you can search for information on more than 7000 languages currently in use around the world.
SciFinder-n is a database of chemical reactions, substances, structures and indexed chemistry patents and references. Access to CAS SciFinder will end on March 4, 2022. The old webpage is replaced by the renewed SciFinder-n.
Full text access to selected medical textbooks (over 200), videos (850) and images (90 000).
Marzena Giers Fidler, a Regional Trainer with Oxford University Press, is providing app. 45-60-minute online sessions on the following online resources in English. If interested, just register and attend!
Disability in the Modern World is a database for disability studies and also for the history of the disability rights movement. The content is interesting in several subjects point of view, such as education, advocacy and rights, legislation and politics, media, arts, sports, culture, race, sexuality, gender, war, industry and technology.
The material contents of the Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO) database have expanded, as the library also acquired the so-called ECCO II section. The database provides diverse source material for the 18th century research not only in languages, literature and history but also in other disciplines.
Are you interested to know the topics of world economy at the end of 1800’s? How were the NY stock market then?
Dedicated to exploring how medical disasters of the past inform the present response to the COVID-19 pandemic, this database brings together federal government reports, hearings, and more.
SciFinder - Web Database Will Be Disabled by the End of 2021 - Users Are Encouraged to Switch to SciFinder-n
The old SciFinder-web version (SciFinder Scholar Chemical Abstracts) will be disabled by the end of 2021. It will be replaced by the new SciFinder-n, which is already in use.