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(Trial ends 2/28/17)
This is a journals-based service for researching the history of 19th and 20th Century Art, Architecture and Design. Consists of four related and linked databases that may be cross-searched or searched separately: ReVIEW provides full text of a range of 19th and early 20th century art journals; Arts + Architecture ProFILES includes biographical data on over 35,000 artists, architects, craftspeople and designers; Design Abstracts Retrospective contains abstracts of architecture and design journals published between 1900-1986; and Research Sources: Posters includes extensive information on Poster Design.
(Trial ends 3/8/17)
GEOBASE indexes research on the earth sciences, ecology, geology, human and physical geography, and environmental science, highlighting human and social impacts. It includes 3+ million abstract records, providing geological evaluation of any desired region including geological structure and relation to natural resources, as well as linking management, transport, and urban planning. Indexed specifically for geoscientists and uses the search features and tools of the Engineering Village platform.
(Trial ends 3/8/17)
The GeoRef engineering database provides coverage of the global geological sciences. This bibliographic database of geology research contains content enriched by the application of current geologic terminology and latitude/longitude location data to individual records. Researchers may address such issues as fossil fuels, shortages in water supplies, natural disaster preparedness, and more. Indexed specifically for geoscientists and uses the search features and tools of the Engineering Village platform.
RefWorks allows you to store, organize, and format your citations in APA, MLA, and other citation styles.
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To search for articles on your research topic, select a database from either the alphabetical lists or browse by subject.