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Provides full text access to books, journals, and statistical databases produced by Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development's (OECD) online library of statistical databases, books, and periodicals.
Provides access to scholarly open access journals from multiple humanities disciplines including the mega-journal: Open Library of Humanities.
Contains information on grey literature produced in Europe. Covers science, technology, biomedical science, economics, social science and the humanities.
Features important opera performances, captured on streaming video through staged productions, interviews, and documentaries.
Maintains controversial contemporary topic summaries and overviews of current issues that include aspects of the issues along with pro and con arguments and opinions.
Indexes the Oregonian (Portland, 1852-1987) as well as the University of Oregon student newspaper, the Daily Emerald, and the Register-Guard (Eugene).
Archives a central online repository of key urban planning documents on the Portland Metropolitan area. Includes planning reports, digital images, and other grey literature.
Contains archival, full text articles of the Oregonian from 1861 to 1987, presented in image format as they appeared in the newspaper.
Indexes citations to Oregonian articles published from 1851 to 1987.
Includes full text of the Grove 34-volume encyclopedia, The Dictionary of Art, which contains scholarly articles on the visual arts from prehistory to the present day.
Includes scholarly bibliographies that provide research guidance in several topical areas. Our current subscriptions cover the classics, Jewish studies, Islamic studies, medieval studies, the Renaissance and the Reformation, British and Irish literature, childhood studies, Chinese studies, cinema and media studies, American literature, education, communication, linguistics, philosophy, public health, and international relations.
Covers the history of the English language. Contains word definitions, pronunciation, history, and language of origin. The OED is a comprehensive record of the English language and generally regarded as its definitive dictionary.
Contains full text Oxford University Press handbooks on topics in the fields of business, management, philosophy, political science, and religion. Handbooks provide overview, background, historical synthesis and reference lists.
Features reference content and commentary by scholars in areas such as global Islamic history, concepts, people, practices, politics, and culture. Provides a global view of Islam from earliest times to the present.Access limited to current PSU students, faculty, and staff and limited to one user at a time. Close your browser at the end of your session.
Includes full text of the 29-volume New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 2nd edition.
Contains full text subject encyclopedias, reference works, dictionaries, and handbooks in all disciplines.