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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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The Global Unique Device Identification Database (GUDID) contains key device identification information submitted to the FDA about medical devices that have Unique Device Identifiers (UDI).
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Bibliography of Asian Studies (BAS) contains nearly 900,000 records on all subjects (especially in the humanities and the social sciences) pertaining to East, Southeast, and South Asia published worldwide from 1971 to the present.
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Clinical Pharmacology now comes together with ClinicalKey, Elsevier’s intelligent clinical search engine, to enhance the user experience. Explore the enriched, intuitive interface, Smart Search technology for top speed to answers, deep access to trusted evidence, and quick finding of relevant data for optimal productivity at the point-of-care.
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Education Week is a United States national newspaper covering K–12 education providing daily breaking news and an array of other information resources, including such popular news blogs as Politics K-12, State EdWatch, Curriculum Matters, and an array of opinion blogs.
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EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association, helping those who lead, manage, and use information technology to shape strategic IT decisions at every level within higher education. Users need to set up an EDUCAUSE profile before they can access this resource and if approved will receive log in credentials within 24 hours.
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A powerful database of economic, demographic, consumption and industry data on 60 major countries worldwide and 11 regional aggregates, stretching back to 1990. The product includes detailed economic and industry forecasts for the next five years and longer-term economic projections.
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Food Studies Online is a curated collection that provides archival content, ephemera, videos, and other materials that are relevant to food studies. Archival content comes from the National Archives and Records Administration. Ephemera includes educational pamphlets from food production companies, food labels, food advertisements, and recipe books. There is also a menu discovery service that searches more than 20,000 menus provided through the New York Public Library and the Los Angeles Public Library.
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Provides access to articles from multidisciplinary journals covered in KCI. KCI is managed by the National Research Foundation of Korea and contains bibliographic information for scholarly literature published in Korea.
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The Philosophy Documentation Center has been serving scholars on a non-profit basis since 1966, earning a reputation for excellence with the publication of specialized reference materials, peer-reviewed journals and series, and conference proceedings. Note: we only subscribe to five titles in this database. See more.
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This is the beta version of RefWorks. If you want to create a new RefWorks account using the beta version, use this link. Full functionality will not be available until 2017. Questions? Email ask-citehelp@uic.edu
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This is a repository of scholarly works containing actual content - uploaded articles, papers, posters, newsletters, images, etc. by Western Michigan University faculty, students and staff. It is intended to be a permanent archive and is open access.
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SciELO (Scientific Electronic Library Online) Citation Index provides access to scholarly literature in sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities published in leading open access journals from Latin American, Portugal, Spain and South Africa.
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Delivers daily decision support for doing business in fast-changing world markets. Every day the ViewsWire highlights up to 250 key economic, political and market developments around the world and provides concise analytical briefings on the implications for business.
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Explore the phenomenon of world's fairs from the Crystal Palace in 1851 and the proliferation of North American exhibitions, to fairs around the world and twenty-first century expos. Through official records, monographs, publicity, artwork and artifacts, this resource brings together multiple archives for rich research opportunities in this diverse topic.
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