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This excellent one-stop resource lets you search citations and summaries by keyword and then instantly retrieve the full text of articles from journals online. The Get Text button helps you locate any article without linked full text in alternate online sources or in UNLV's print journal collection.
Oral histories, declassified government documents, correspondence, photos and digitized artifacts from the National WWII museum in New Orleans, LA.
Uncover the stories of American military personnel and civilians during the Second World War through their oral histories, correspondence, diaries, photographs, artifacts, and military records. This digital resource offers an insight into the personal experiences of those involved in the conflict, both on the United States home front and on deployment overseas in Europe, the Mediterranean, the Pacific, China, Burma and India.
The Libraries is considering a purchase of this database.Tell us your feedback. Across Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Europe, the environmental, financial, political, and cultural impacts of migrant populations and borderland disputes dominate headlines. Border and Migration Studies Online helps students and researchers understand today’s world through primary source documents, archives, films, and ephemera related to significant border areas and events from the 19th to 21st centuries.
Streaming access to full-length works by over forty premier video artists.
Electronic Arts Intermix is a not-for-profit video art archive founded in 1971. The EAI Online Catalogue is a comprehensive Web resource on the artists and works in the EAI collection, featuring a searchable database and extensive research materials. The EAI Online Resource Guide for Exhibiting, Collecting & Preserving Media Art addresses key issues relating to single-channel video, computer-based art, and media art installations, including best practices, equipment and technical guidelines, case studies, and interviews with media art experts, among other materials. A Kinetic History: The EAI Archives Online provides access to rare materials from EAI's historical archives on the emergent video art movement.
Produced in collaboration with the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive, the material in this collection includes thousands of audio field recordings and interviews, educational recordings, film footage, field notebooks, slides, correspondence and ephemera from over 60 fields of study.
The Libraries is considering a purchase of this database.Tell us your feedback. Human Rights Studies is a collection of primary and secondary materials that cover the most pivotal human rights issues and atrocities of the twentieth century with 75,000 pages of text and 150 hours of video. Important sources curated for this collection include contemporaneous television footage and photographs, presidential archives, government, NGO and court documentation as well as general reference materials for added context
Offers streaming classical music videos that include over 1,600 films as well as many events broadcast live, with replays available for several weeks after the live events.
Content includes music festivals (such as the Verbier, Salzburg, and Lucerne), concerts from baroque through contemporary music (Berlin, New York Philharmonic orchestras, the Concertgebouw, Carnegie Hall recitals, etc.), operas (including Paris and La Scala), ballets, workshops and master classes with renowned artists (from Juilliard, Heidelberg and elsewhere), competitions (the Tchaikovsky from Moscow), documentaries, artist portraits, and archived performances.
MedlinePlus is a public source of consumer health information provided by the National Library of Medicine.
MedlinePlus contains carefully selected links to online health information resources. There are helpful links for drugs, herbs and supplements, including prescription and over the counter medication. MedlinePlus includes links to easy to read summaries of common medical conditions, along with links to multimedia tutorials.
A-R Editions has published Recent Researches in Music—critical performing editions of music in seven series—since its inception in 1962.
The series fall into two basic categories: editions that span the history of Western music, and editions with ties to specific cultural milieus. Most editions in Recent Researches in Music are devoted to works by a single composer or in a single genre.
Series included are:
Recent Researches in the Music of the Middle Ages and Early Renaissance (repertoire spanning the early Middle Ages through about 1500)
Recent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance (1500–1600)
Recent Researches in the Music of the Baroque Era (1600 through the early eighteenth century)
Recent Researches in the Music of the Classical Era (mid-eighteenth through early nineteenth centuries)
Recent Researches in the Music of the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
Recent Researches in American Music (music of all eras from the United States and the early American colonies)
Recent Researches in the Oral Traditions of Music (musical traditions that are either exclusively oral/aural or that are transmitted only in part through written sources)
Material from the performance and architectural archives of the modern reconstruction of Shakespeare’s 1599 Globe Theatre.
The performance archive shows how productions at the reconstructed Globe and Sam Wanamaker Playhouse were conceived, rehearsed, dressed, marketed, sound tracked, how props were used, how the audiences behaved and the theatre history and performance lessons that were observed and learned. The architectural archive contains material on how the reconstruction of the theatre was designed and planned and some of the conversations and debates that informed construction decisions. In addition, there is also material on the theatre’s annual reports, communications to its supporters and oral histories detailing some of the early history of the reconstructed theatre.
Social Explorer is an online research tool designed to provide quick and easy access to current and historical U.S. census data and demographic information.
The easy-to-use web interface lets users create maps and reports to better illustrate, analyze and understand demography and social change. In addition to being a comprehensive data resource, Social Explorer also offers features and tools to meet the needs of both demography experts and novices. It creates reports at all geographic levels including the state, county, census tract, block group, zip code and census place. Included are over 18,000 maps, hundreds of profile reports, 40 billion data elements, 335,000 variables and 220 years of data.