The following CDROM databases are found in the Information Center on the 2nd floor of the Library.
AMERICA: HISTORY AND LIFE.
ABCClio Company. 1982 to present.
Bibliographic citations and abstracts covering the historical literature of the United States and Canada from prehistoric times to the present. Sources include journals, books, dissertations, and book reviews.
National Gallery, London.
Select images based on the current collection housed at the National Gallery in London. Images may be accessed through the following categories: artists' lives (alphabetical listing), a historical atlas (by city), picture types (six categories), general reference (an illustrated glossary), and a guided tour.
American Economic Association. 1969 to present.
Bibliographic citations covering the literature of economics as found in journals, books, and collective volumes. Entries are compiled from the Journal of Economic Literature and the Index of Economic Articles.
EIGHTEENTHCENTURY SHORT TITLE CATALOG.
The British Library.
Describes material printed in Britain and the British colonies, in any language, between 1701 and 1800. Also covers material printed anywhere in the world in the English language, between those dates. It is compiled from the holdings of over 1,000 libraries from all over the world. Ohio State University has the microfiche collection of materials indexed in ESTC.
GLOBAL BOOKS IN PRINT
R.R. Bowker Company. Updated Monthly.
A listing of books currently published or distributed in the United States, United Kingdom, Continental Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Africa, Asia, Latin America, Canada, and the Oceanic States. GlobalBIP also includes soontobe released titles from "Forthcoming Books", and the names and addresses of book publishers, distributors and wholesalers.
GPO ON SILVER PLATTER.
Government Printing Office. 1976 to present.
Bibliographic citations corresponding to the Monthly Catalog of the U.S. Government Publications, the Periodical Supplement, and the U.S. Congressional Serial Set Supplement. Topics include finance, public health, business, and agriculture.
HEALTH AND PSYCHOSOCIAL INSTRUMENTS (HAPI).
Behavorial Measurement Database Services. Updated quarterly.
HAPI provides descriptions of qualitative and quantitative instruments, including tests, measures, scales, interview forms, and questionnaires. Information is drawn from journals covering health, psychology, and the behavorial sciences.
ABCClio Company. 1982 to present.
Bibliographic citations and abstracts covering the historical literature of the world (sans United States and Canada) from 1450 to present. Topical areas covered: political, diplomatic, military, economic, social, cultural, religious, and intellectual history, as well as the history of science, technology, and medicine. Sources include journals, books, and dissertations.
INFOTRAC: EXPANDED ACADEMIC INDEX.
Information Access Company. 1980 to present.
Bibliographic citations covering a wide variety of topics, including, but not limited to, current events, ethnic and minority studies, general science and religion. Sources include scholarly and general interest publications and the New York Times.
Opinion Research Service. 1986 1992 publications.
A collection of information gathered by polls and survey conducted by more than 400 organizations. Reports more than 75,000 questions and the responses to each.
MLA INTERNATIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Modern Language Association. 1981 to present.
Bibliographic citations covering scholarly work in literature, linguistics, and folklore worldwide. Sources include journal & book articles, dissertations, monographs, and series.
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY (2nd Ed.)
Oxford University Press.
The OED2 corresponds to the 20 volume set published in 1989. The dictionary may be searched by etymologies, definitions and quotations or the full-text of the dictionary may be searched.
Public Affairs and Information Services, Inc. 1972 to present.
Bibliographic index to journal articles and nonserial publications (books, government documents, conference proceedings) covering all areas of the social sciences: accounting, banking, economics, international relations, law, marketing, political science, and public administration; extensive coverage of the economic literature on Western European countries.
American Psychological Association. 1974 to present.
Bibliographic citations and abstracts covering the literature of psychology and related subjects. Sources include journal articles, book chapters and books.
STATISTICAL MASTER FILE.
Congressional Information Service. 1992 to present.
Bibliographic records for the publications: American Statistical Index (U.S. federal government), Statistical Reference Index (U.S. state governments and private organizations), and Index to International Statistics (international, intergovernmental organizations). Coverage includes social, economic, demographic, business, and industrial statistics.