Historic Waco Newspapers

Features issues of newspapers released in Waco, Texas between the years 1875-1923, made available from the archival holdings of Baylor University’s Texas Collection.

Web of Science Core Collection

The Baylor Libraries recently acquired additional backfiles for this resource, moving the years of indexed content to 1965 to present for the Science Citation Index and the Social Sciences Citation Index.  Previously, the indexed content was 1970 to present).

Web of Science. Current Contents Connect

Contains table of contents and bibliographic information from scholarly journals and books since 1998 to present in the areas of Agriculture, Biology & Environmental Sciences; Social & Behavioral Sciences; Clinical Medicine; Life Sciences; Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences; Engineering, Computing & Technology; Arts & Humanities; Business Collection; Electronics & Telecommunications Collection. Includes Basic Search (by topic topic, title, author, publication), Advanced Search, Browse Journals. Limitable by facets. Web of Science

ProQuest Historical Newspapers. The Austin-American Statesman (1871-1975)

This resource was on trial and has not been acquired by the Baylor University Libraries.

ProQuest Historical Newspapers: The Austin American Statesman (1871-1975)

This historical newspaper provides genealogists, researchers and scholars with online, easily-searchable first-hand accounts and unparalleled coverage of the politics, society and events of the time.

Please provide us with feedback on this resource.

Trial expires: Saturday, May 31, 2014

ProQuest Research Companion

Developed by writing instructors and librarians, this resource consists of nine Learning Modules and seven interactive tools – designed to automate the basic parts of the research process. The multimedia-based learning modules engage students to think more critically and creatively about their research, while other interactive tools help students navigate through the research process more quickly to spend more time on the research that interests them most. ProQuest Research Companion adapts to all devices –- laptops, tablets, and smartphones.

Please provide us with feedback on this resource.

American Indian Histories and Cultures

Covering Native American cultures from prior to the colonization of the North American continent (Canada, Mexico, and the United States) to the Rights Movement of the 20th century, the materials in this collection cover 11 broad themes in culture, history, education, religion, government relations, treaties and wars, trade, and 20th century political activism, among others. Includes coverage of indigenous peoples from Canada, Mexico, and the United States. Primary source documents, maps and atlases, visual images, art, photographs, linguistic and ethnographic accounts, 20th century American Indian newspapers, etc. Drawn from the Ayers Collection at the Newberry Library, a premier collection of Native and Indigenous documents, art, and history. May exclude some culturally sensitive materials regarding ceremonies and religious practices. Images may be selected to create slideshows. Searchable by keyword; browse by Tribes & Nations, documents, maps, visual resources, and chronology. Most materials are in English, but there are documents and maps in Spanish and French. Cross-searchable with The American West. Adam Matthews.

Waco Tribune

In fall 2010, the Waco Tribune placed much of it’s content behind a pay wall.  It came to our attention last week that it appears they have removed the pay wall and articles are now freely accessible.

Waco City Directories

Waco City Directories from the collection in the Texas Collection have been digitized and are fully searchable.  This project covers those directories in the public domain, 1876-1923.

Directory of Texas Foundations Online

“This directory provides information on private foundations, community foundations, and public charities which fund in Texas. The foundations are summarized by the latest tax information available. It is a reference guide to assist in identifiying the best funding prospects.”–Publisher’s website.

Next Page »