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20th Century American Poetry includes the full text of 50,000 poems from 300 American poets.
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20th Century British Poetry includes the full text of poems by authors who originate from or have been based in the British Isles (over 280 poets). Whenever possible, it contains a full collection of each poet’s published works. This database also includes translations of non-English-language poetry for major poets from countries within the scope of the collection and where the published works of an author in the collection includes translations.
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Anatomy TV is an online, interactive atlas covering anatomy and physiology. It includes a 3D anatomy atlas; a library of 3D muscle function animations; gross motor movement animations, surface anatomy movies of muscle action as well as sections on clinical specialties and therapies.
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Arts & Humanities Citation Index is a citation index focusing on the arts and humanities. This index contains over 1,800 journals across 28 arts & humanities disciplines, along with more than 4.9 million records and 33.4 million cited references. Coverage begins in 1975. Arts & Humanities Citation Index is a part of the Web of Science-Core Collection.
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Conference Proceedings Citation Index-Science is a citation index of conference proceedings in the sciences. It includes symposia, seminars, colloquia, workshops, and conventions. Coverage begins in 1990. Conference Proceedings Citation Index-Science is a part of the Web of Science-Core Collection.
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Conference Proceedings Citation Index-Social Science & Humanities is a citation index of conference proceedings in the social sciences and humanities. It includes symposia, seminars, colloquia, workshops, and conventions. Coverage begins in 1990. Conference Proceedings Citation Index-Social Science & Humanities is a part of the Web of Science-Core Collection.
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Emerging Sources Citation Index is a citation index of journals that cover all disciplines and range from international and broad scope publications to those that provide deeper regional or specialty area coverage. It includes more than 7,800 journals, 3 million records and 1.16 million Open Access records. Coverage begins in 2015. Emerging Sources Citation Index is a part of the Web of Science-Core Collection.
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This database includes every published conference proceeding, congress, exhibition, meeting, symposia, and workshop received by the British Library Document Supply Centre since 1993. Each event has its own record and the record includes a list of the papers presented at the event.
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Science Citation Index Expanded is a citation index to the journal literature of the sciences. It contains over 53 million total records from more than 9,200 journals. Coverage begins in 1900. Science Citation Index Expanded is a part of the Web of Science-Core Collection.
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Social Sciences Citation Index is a citation index to the journal literature of the social sciences. It contains 9.37 million records from more than 3,500 journals. Coverage begins in 1900. Social Sciences Citation Index is a part of the Web of Science-Core Collection.
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Browse our vast collection of eBooks in science, technology, engineering, medicine, humanities and social science, which are led by a global network of editors and authors.
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Ulrichsweb is a database containing detailed information on over 300,000 periodicals of all types. Each record includes ISSN, publisher, language, subject, abstracting & indexing coverage, full-text database coverage, tables of contents, whether the periodical is referred or not, and reviews written by librarians.
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