E-EROS Encyclopedia of Reagents for Organic Synthesis

Gives details on more than 5000 reagents and catalysts. Browse alphabetically. Continually updated.

Electrothèque

Provides online access to electroacoustic music recordings released on the empreintes DIGITALes recording label since 1990. Can be accessed through a computer or with an iOS or Android mobile device.

Mergent Online. Investext

Database contains over 18 million current and historical broker research on companies, industries, products and markets. Access in-depth primary research and statistics, analysis and forecasts, interviews, survey results, market size/share data and market segment analysis. Includes broker research from 1,700 global contributors including J.P. Morgan, Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse, Oppenheimer and many more. The database contains a full history going back to the early 1980’s.

Nineteenth-century American Drama

Provides full text copies of plays, farces, operatic and musical dramas, burlesques, and other forms of theatrical entertainment which appeared on the American stage between 1820-1900. Keyword and advanced search features, with limits for subject, author, place of publication, language, and genre.

19th Century UK Periodicals

Provides access to full-text of British and Commonwealth magazines from the 19th century. Two series: Part I: New Readerships, explores the growing and varied magazines devoted to audiences of women, children, sports enthusiasts, and other popular audiences. Part II: Empire, charts the growing expansion of British publishing and interests across its growing empire with magazines from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, India, and South Africa. Also includes the publication Waterloo Directory of English Newspapers and Periodicals, which details periodical prices, publishers, editors, printers, circulation, size, allowing for research into the extent of readership and publishing history of British journals. Primary source.

AccessPhysiotherapy

This resource was on trial and has been acquired by the Baylor Libraries.

American Fiction, 1774-1920

Full-text of prose fiction written by Americans between 1774 – 1920. Major and minor authors are included. Based on the scholarly bibliographies of Lyle H. Wright and Geoffrey D. Smith, this database can be searched by author, title, keyword, or place of publication. Limits to illustration type or date of publication. Texts can be downloaded as PDF or as OCR text for text mining. Search across all titles in the collection or search within a single text.

Archives of Sexuality & Gender. LGBTQ History and Culture Since 1940

The Baylor Libraries have acquired additional content for this resource. The updated description is provided below.

Brings together disparate collections of documents, grassroots newsletters, journals, periodicals, literature, diaries, personal papers, government documents, and ephemeral material related to the LGBTQ movement in North America and beyond. Part I covers the gay rights movement, the HIV/AIDS crisis, and gay activism. Part II extends coverage to regional communities in the US, underrepresented communities, lesbian feminist groups, and non-profit organizations working for gay rights. Issues include social, legal, medical, and historical topics. Search by keyword with limits to content type, date, language, and source library (among others). Primary sources.

Border and Migration Studies Online

Provides contemporary and historical resources in the areas of border(land) studies and migration studies, as well as history, law, politics, diplomacy, area and global studies, anthropology, the arts, and more.

British Library Newspapers

The Baylor Libraries have obtained additional content for this resource. The updated description is below.

Contains PDF images of newspapers from Britain, Scotland, Ireland and Wales from 1721 – 1950 (formerly 19th Century British Library Newspapers). Coverage of urban, provincial, and small town newspapers in these areas. Search all 5 collections of over 170 newspaper titles simultaneously, in any combination, or a single collection. Collections I & II cover the 19th century and include representative titles from all regions of England, Scotland, and Wales. Parts III-V extend the time period (1721 – 1950), and increase representation of titles from the central and northern counties of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales. Topics covered include news, politics, religion, literature, crime, and business. Coverage excludes the Times (London) which is available in the “Times Digital Archive” database. Keyword and advanced search features with limits to specific collection(s), date/date range, place of publication, publication section, and language (English/Welsh).

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