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1. Nexis Uni. [1998 - ]

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Economics and Business; Law; American History; Communication and Journalism; News; Government Information: United States; General and Reference Works
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An interdisciplinary, full-text database of over 18,000 sources including newspapers, journals, wire services, newsletters, company reports and SEC filings, case law, government documents, transcripts of broadcasts, and selected reference works.
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Statistical and Numeric Data; Economics and Business
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1 online resource
The International Trade Centre has developed five web portals: Trade Map, Market Access Map, Investment Map, Trade Competitiveness Map and Standards Map to enhance the transparency of global trade and market access and to help users in their market analyses.
www.intracen.org Off-campus access available via Stanford email/password: users need to create an account at http://www.intracen.org/marketanalysis using a "xxxx@stanford.edu" account
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1 online resource
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1 online resource : HTML, color maps
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Music; British and Commonwealth Literary Studies
EBBA is dedicated to providing electronic access to early ballads printed in English, especially black-letter broadsides pre-1700. The site includes online images of ballads in high-quality facsimiles as well as "facsimile transcriptions." Additionally, EBBA provides sung versions of the ballads and background essays. The first project archived over 1,800 ballads from the Samuel Pepys collection held by the Pepys Library at Magdalene College. The Roxburghe ballads held by the British Library are being mounted in the next phase. Ballads at other UK and US institutions have also been targeted for inclusion in EBBA.
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Science (General); Art, Architecture and Design; History; Music; Religious Studies; American Literary Studies
Includes almost 2,000 books from academic presses on a range of topics including art, science, history, music, religion and fiction. Access to the entire collection of electronic books is open to all University of California faculty, staff, and students, while more than 500 of the titles are available to the public.
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"Encyclopaedia of the Qurʼān is an encyclopaedic dictionary of qurʼānic terms, concepts, personalities, place names, cultural history and exegesis extended with essays on the most important themes and subjects within qurʼānic studies ... The online version includes ... the Qurʼān Concordance [compiled by: Thomas Milo]"--Publisher's web site, viewed Sept. 10, 2012.
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Music; Medieval Studies
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This open-access companion site to the First Book of Masses by Cristóbal de Morales (ca. 1550-1553), a Spanish composer at the Papal chapel in Rome, explores the Missarum liber primus (Lyon: Moderne, 1546) focusing on the composer, the printer, and the processes that informed the composition of four of Morales's polyphonic masses.
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Economics and Business; Government Information: International and Foreign
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1 online resource
The ASEAN Microsite provides access to IMF research and data on ASEAN member countries (Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Myanmar (Burma), Cambodia, Laos, Brunei).
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Music
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1 online resource : music
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Catalogue
  • About SchW.
"The present database is the first ever, descriptive catalogue of Johann Adolph Scheibe's (1708-1776) production including his musical works - ranging from large-scale cantatas and oratorios to sinfonias, chamber music and to communal songs - translations, fiction and satire, studies on music theory, and history as well as performance practice."--Preface.
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African Studies; British and Commonwealth History
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1 online resource
  • Contents as of January 29, 2016: Basutoland (Lesotho), 1926-1946
  • Cape of Good Hope, 1821-1909
  • Gambia, 1828-1945
  • Gold Coast, 1846-1939
  • Kenya, 1901-1946
  • Nigeria, 1862-1945
  • Northern Rhodesia, 1924-1948
  • Nyasaland, 1904-1938
  • Sierra Leone, 1824-1943
  • Southern Rhodesia, 1906-1953
  • Tanganyika, 1921-1948
  • Uganda, 1901-1945
  • Zanzibar, 1913-1947.
Digitized copies of some of the standardized annual Blue Books submitted by British colonial administrators in Africa to the British Colonial Office and containing statistics about the colony.
"The Blue Book was a key item of considerable standing in 19th century colonial administration, Colonial Regulations of the time state that: "The Annual Blue Book containing accounts of the Civil Establishment, of the Colonial Revenue and Expenditure and of various statistical particulars etc. must be completed as early as possible after the close of each year. The various returns which it comprises must be filled up with the greatest possible accuracy and the Statistical Tables must be full and complete, blank copies of the book in sheets will be annually transmitted to each Colony from the Colonial Office". The bare statistical material which the Blue Book provided was somewhat daunting, and the annual report was intended to present in a readable form the gist of the information which the book contained. The directions given in the Colonial Regulations referred to above to colonial governors as to the compilation of the annual report were somewhat terse: "The Governor, in transmitting the 'Blue Book' to this Department, must accompany it with a report which should be written on one side of the paper only, exhibiting generally the past and present state of the Colony and its prospects under the several heads specified in the Book ..." Not all governors, however, provided reports of the required standard, In 1887 governors were informed that, whereas hitherto it had been the practice to wait until a sufficient number of reports had been received, to form a volume, it was now proposed to publish reports separately as they arrived, but, it was added, "It has been decided only to publish the more interesting and important Reports, ..because in some cases the Reports contain too little to be worth producing separately". With the quality of the Annual Reports so variable, the more rigorously standardised Blue Books gain an increased significance through their increased level of, though certainly not absolute, reliability. In May, 1904 the Foreign Office decided that something must be done about the annual reports "to put the condition of our Protectorates more clearly before the House and the Public". The Indian "small Blue Book" was examined as a possible model and rejected as too detailed; in any case it was felt that it would "be preferable for our Protectorates, which must before long be handed over to the Colonial Office, to follow Colonial, rather than Indian, models. We have already in working order the annual Blue Book. All we do now is to assimilate our annual reports to the Colonial Report on the Blue Book. The Blue Book remains in manuscript. But the Colonial Office experience is the publication of the report on the Blue Book induces those people who genuinely desire information to go to the Office and consult the manuscript volume which is there open for such inspection. It is this system which we thought of introducing as otherwise we find that the information contained in the Blue Book is not made use of to its fullest extent." The Annual Reports, currently available on microfilm, do assist with the interpretation of the data in the Blue Books; however, data such as income and expenditure can be analysed and comparisons between countries can be made, through use of these books alone. This collection is a digital extraction from our existing microfilm series, Government publications relating to African countries prior to independence."--Collection metadata page.
With a particular focus on the latter nineteenth century and early twentieth century, the focus of these Blue Books is upon economic development; imports, exports and each territory's balance sheets are a recurring theme throughout. Ecclesiastical records, public works and population statistics are also common themes. The enforcement of the Blue Book structure upon various territories has resulted in some degree of standardisation where administrations were compliant. Analysis of the data within these documents and the different emphases as governments changed, reveals patterns of social change during a period for which limited other records are available.
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The UCLA-LoPucki Bankruptcy Research Database (BRD) is a data collection, data linking, and data dissemination project of the UCLA School of Law. The BRD's mission is to promote bankruptcy research by making bankruptcy data available to academic researchers throughout the world. The BRD contains data on all of the more than one-thousand large public companies that have filed bankruptcy cases since October 1, 1979. We consider a company "public" if it filed an Annual Report (form 10-K or form 10) with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a year ending not less than three years prior to the filing of the bankruptcy case. We consider a company "large" if that Annual Report reported assets worth $100 million or more, measured in 1980 dollars (about $287 million in current dollars). Coverage includes cases filed under Chapter 7 and Chapter 11, whether filed by the debtors or creditors. We update most of our data monthly.
The BRD consists of five sets of data: 1. The Cases table.The Cases table consists of about 200 fields of regression-ready data on each BRD case. The Cases table can be used, alone or in conjunction with data from other sources, to predict the outcomes of cases, to evaluate bankruptcy investments, to select professionals, to predict professional fees, and to conduct virtually any kind of research on big-case bankruptcies. 2. The WebBRD. The WebBRD consists of about 25 of the most widely used fields from the Cases table. WebBRD data can be accessed through several online tools. Run-a-Study enables users to design and run a study of any of about 20 variables. The study can be of all BRD cases or any subset of them. The Cases Spreadsheet is an interactive spreadsheet containing all of the WebBRD data. The Case Summaries show all of the data for a case on a single screen. 3. The BRD dockets. We have collected or constructed electronic dockets for more than 900 BRD cases, including all that are available on Pacer. The Pacer Docket Search is a program that searches the approximately 2.5 million docket entries in our collection by several search methods, including word, document type, and case type. 4. The Professional Fees study data. This dataset includes all of the data compiled by Lynn M. LoPucki and Joseph W. Doherty as part of their study of professional fees in 102 BRD cases disposed of from 1998 through 2007. 5. BRD user data. We collect and post data on the research projects of BRD users and a list of publications based on BRD data.
Law Library (Crown)
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American History
  • v. 1. 1856-1880
  • v. 2. 1881-1884
  • v. 3. 1884-1885
  • v. 4. 1885
  • v. 5. 1885-1888
  • v. 6. 1888-1890
  • v. 7. 1890-1892
  • v. 8. 1892- 1894
  • v. 9. 1894-1896
  • v. 10. 1896-1898
  • v. 11. 1898-1900
  • v. 12. 1900-1902
  • v. 13. Contents and index, volumes 1-12: 1856-1902
  • v. 14. 1902-1903
  • v. 15. 1903-1905
  • v. 16. 1905-1907
  • v. 17. 1907-1908-- v. 18. 1908-1909
  • v. 19. 1909-1910
  • v. 20-21. 1910
  • v. 22. 1910-1911
  • v. 23. 1911-1912
  • v. 24-25. 1912
  • v. 26. Contents and index, volumes 14-25: 1902-1912
  • v. 27-28. 1913
  • v. 29. 1913-1914
  • v. 30-31. 1914
  • v. 32-34. 1915
  • v. 35. 1915-1916
  • v. 36-38. 1916.
  • v. 39. Contents and index, volumes 27-38: 1913-1916
  • v. 40. November 20, 1916-January 23, 1917
  • v. 41. January 24-April 6, 1917
  • v. 42. April 7-June 23, 1917
  • v. 43. June 25-August 20, 1917
  • v. 44. August 21-November 10, 1917
  • v. 45. November 11, 1917-January 15, 1918
  • v. 46. January 16-March 12, 1918
  • v. 47. March 13-May12, 1918
  • v. 48. May 13-July 17, 1918
  • v. 49. July 18-September 13, 1918
  • v. 50. The complete press conferences, 1913-1919
  • v. 51. September14-November 8, 1918
  • v. 52. Contents and index, volumes 40-49, 51: 1916-1918
  • 1916-1918
  • v. 53. November 9, 1918-January 11, 1919 --v.54. January 11-February 7, 1919
  • v. 55. February 8-March 16, 1919.
  • v. 56. March 17-April 4, 1919
  • v. 57. April5-22, 1919
  • v. 58. April 23-May 9, 1919
  • v. 59. May 10-31, 1919
  • v. 60. June 1-17, 1919
  • v. 61. June 18-July 25, 1919
  • v. 62. July 26-September 3, 1919
  • v. 63. September 4-November 5, 1919
  • v. 64. November 6, 1919-February 27, 1920
  • v. 65. February 28-July 31, 1920
  • v. 66. August 2-December 23, 1920
  • v. 67. December 24, 1920-April 7, 1922
  • v. 68. April 8, 1922-February 6, 1924
  • v. 69. Contents and index, volumes 53-68: 1918-1924.
"The Rotunda Digital Edition includes the complete contents of the landmark letterpress edition of the papers, with nearly 35,000 documents across 69 volumes, with new material forthcoming from the Library of Congress and the Wilson Presidential Library."
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General and Reference Works; Education
  • Accounting
  • Astronomy
  • Biological Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science Business Information Systems
  • Economics & Finance
  • Educational Curriculum & Methods
  • Educational Psychology & Administration
  • Educational Technology & Library Science
  • Geology
  • Health Administration
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Mathematics
  • Nursing
  • Oceanography
  • Physics
  • Psychology & Psychiatry
The whitelist covers more than 11,000 qualified academic journals spanning 18 disciplines to help researchers select the best match to publish their manuscripts. Search results can be filtered through the advanced search options using a comprehensive set of selection criteria. Each entry displays contact information, manuscript and submission guidelines, and actionable metrics to help researchers make informed decisions. The blacklist aims to shine a light on the deceptive practices of the predatory publishers. Each entry contains the basic information to identify the blacklisted journal.
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  • Dewey's Conception of Philosophy / Philip Kitcher
  • Dewey on the Authority and Legitimacy of Law / Cheryl Misak
  • Dewey and the Quest for Certainty in Education / Nel Noddings
  • Derridean Poststructuralism, Deweyan Pragmatism, and Education / Jim Garrison
  • Dewey, Pragmatism, and Technology / Larry A. Hickman
  • Philosophy and the Mirror of Culture: On the Future and Function of Dewey Scholarship / Erin McKenna, Scott L. Pratt
  • Dewey and Environmental Philosophy / Paul B. Thompson, Zachary Piso
  • Mead, Dewey, and Their Influence in the Social Sciences / Daniel R. Huebner
  • Dewey, Whitehead, and Process Metaphysics / William T. Myers
  • Dewey, Adorno, and the Purpose of Art / Espen Hammer
  • Dewey and Du Bois on Race and Colonialism / Shannon Sullivan.
This handbook is currently in development, with individual articles publishing online in advance of print publication. At this time, we cannot add information about unpublished articles in this handbook, however the table of contents will continue to grow as additional articles pass through the review process and are added to the site. Please note that the online publication date for this handbook is the date that the first article in the title was published online.
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  • World Council of Churches (WCC) / Dagmar Heller
  • United and Uniting Churches / James Haire.
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  • Jesuit Accommodation, Dissimulation, Mental Reservation / Stefania Tutino
  • Financing Jesuit Missions / Frederik Vermote.
This handbook is currently in development, with individual articles publishing online in advance of print publication. At this time, we cannot add information about unpublished articles in this handbook, however the table of contents will continue to grow as additional articles pass through the review process and are added to the site. Please note that the online publication date for this handbook is the date that the first article in the title was published online.
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  • Emotion / René Rosfort
  • Intentionality / Joel Krueger
  • Embodiment / Eric Matthews
  • Time / Federico Leoni.
This handbook is currently in development, with individual articles publishing online in advance of print publication. At this time, we cannot add information about unpublished articles in this handbook, however the table of contents will continue to grow as additional articles pass through the review process and are added to the site. Please note that the online publication date for this handbook is the date that the first article in the title was published online.