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Library Online Resources by Title - U/V

Alphabetical list of databases:
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Database Description
ulrichsweb.com Source of detailed information on more than 300,000 periodicals (also called serials) of all types: academic and scholarly journals, e-journals, peer-reviewed titles, popular magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and more.
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum The web site of the Washington, D.C. research center and museum includes information on exhibits, workshops, fellowships, Holocaust-era assets and a searchable database of International Directory of Organizations in Holocaust Education, Remembrance and Research
U.S. Politics & World News Get the latest news on the President, Iraq, the War on Terror and more, from over 4,000 U.S. and International news sources. No subscription necessary.
Vocational and Career Collection Vocational & Career Collection is designed for vocational and technical libraries servicing high schools, community colleges, trade institutions and the general public. This collection provides full text coverage for more than 350 trade and industry-related periodicals.
Voice of the Shuttle “Woven” by Alan Liu, Professor of English at the University of California, Santa Barbara, VoS is one of the earliest humanities research portals. It began in 1994 as a 70+ Web-page directory of humanities research resources organized by field, historical period, author, etc. It was reimplemented in 2001 as a database-to-Web system allowing for dynamic views of the data and user contributions. Its mission has been to provide a structured and briefly annotated guide to online resources that at once respects the established humanities disciplines in their professional organization and points toward the transformation of those disciplines as they interact with the sciences and social sciences and with new digital media. VoS emphasizes both primary and secondary (or theoretical) resources, and defines its audience as people who have something to learn from a higher-education, professional approach to the humanities