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From missionaries to musicians, social workers to statisticians, cowboys to chemists, and Vikings to astronauts, the portraits in the American National Biography Online (the ANB) reflect the rich diversity of American life from pre-colonial times to the present day.
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BoB is an off-air recording and broadcast media archive service available to Higher Education Institutions providing access to TV and radio programmes from over 65 'free-to-air' channels using a programme guide and a search option.
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Concise, applied ebooks for advanced engineering students covering industrial, environmental, and structural engineering; innovations in engineering; engineering management, and much more.
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Orbis Bank Focus is a new database of banks worldwide. The information is sourced by Bureau van Dijk from a combination of annual reports, information providers and regulatory sources.
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SocINDEX with Full Text is a full-text research database covering sociology and related disciplines. It features hundreds of full-text journals and millions of records with subject headings from a sociological thesaurus. Subjects covered include gender studies, criminal justice, social psychology, religion, racial studies and social work.
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The Oxford Very Short Introduction series is a great way to explore a new topic. Started in 1995, this Oxford University Press series provides short (120-140 pages) overviews of hundreds of topics and disciplines. Expert authors combine facts, analysis, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make often challenging topics highly readable.
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Provides intelligence for the marketing, advertising, media and research communities worldwide, drawn from more than 30 international sources, including WARC's own publications.
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