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New Databases for Fall 2009 Resources
 
Index with some full text pertaining to sports, recreation, exercise physiology, sports medicine, coaching, physical fitness, etc. [more info]
Provides industry research and data reports on more than 16,000 lines of business... [more info]
Uniworld Online (Cancelled)
This resource has been cancelled, effective 9/1/2014. Directory containing information on American Firms Operating in Foreign Countries and Foreign Firms Operating in the United States... [more info]
Sports Business Research Network focuses on the sporting goods and sports marketing industry. [more info]
This resource has been exchanged for Speech Language Pathology, also from Primal Pictures.  To use Speech Language, click here. Interactive functions allow rotation of the human head and neck a full 360 degrees... [more info]
Guide to Reference (ALA) (Cancelled)
This resource has been cancelled, effective 8/1/2014. A selective guide of reference sources, organized by academic discipline... [more info]
World History In Context (Gale) (Cancelled)
A comprehensive collection of reference, full-text articles from leading scholarly publications, primary sources, and images, maps and charts... [more info]
PsycBOOKS (cancelled) (EBSCO) (Cancelled)
Now available through APA.  Click here to redirect. Is a database of more than 30,000 chapters from books published by APA. [more info]
World Development Indicators provide a comprehensive overview of development drawing on data from the World Bank and more than 30 partners.  For a neat visual tool that corresponds to WDI go to World Bank Data Visualizer.  Read More Info for user tips. [more info]
On-demand streaming access to CD-quality audio.  DRAM contains over 2,300 albums worth of recordings from a distinctive set of 15 independent labels. [more info]
Credo Reference (Credo Reference) (Cancelled)
This resource has been cancelled, effective 11/30/2014. Search over 500 reference titles using Credo. [more info]
The Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Second Edition is a compendium of over 750 authoritative, research-based entries/chapters contributed by nearly 1,200 researchers and experts from 60 countries on a complete range of topics. [more info]