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Baby boom generation -- United States -- Economic conditions -- Statistics
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Baby boom generation -- United States -- Statistics
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Best books
Reviews of academic books, electronic media, and Internet resources of interest to those in higher education. Available to Kent, Salem, Stark, Trumbull, and Tuscarawas campuses.
Doody's Core Titles presents a comprehensive list of core titles in 121 specialties in clinical medicine, basic science, nursing, allied health, and other health-related disciplines. A completely new edition is published each year. Access is limited to the Kent campus. When you click on this link, you will be directed to login with your Flashline login and then you will get the login information for connecting to Doody's.
"The Association of Library Service to Children is interested in the improvement and extension of library services to children in all types of libraries. It is responsible for the evaluation and selection of book and nonbook library materials and for the improvment of techniques of library service to children from preschool through the eighth grade or junior high school age, when such materials and techniques are intended for use in more than one type of library."
Best books -- Children's stories
"The Buckeye Children's Book Award is a great way to encourage kinds to read their favorite books and to nominate and vote for them here in Ohio. Here you can find information about current and past winners of the award and the background and criterion for the nomination round of the award."
This site offers a plethora of information about children's literature. "This is a collection of reviews of great books for kids, ideas of ways to use them in the classroom and colelctions of books and activities about particular subjects, curriculum areas, themes and professional topics." One can browse the following areas: search, what's new, books, subjects, curriculum areas, authors, and many more.
Alethea K. Helbig and Agnes Regan Perkins. New York: Greenwood Press, 1986. Ref PS374.C454 H45 1986 Includes 1, 550 entries on titles, authors, characters, and settings based on 489 books of fiction for children and young adults. All books included have won or been finalists for major awards in children's literature.
Alethea K. Helbig and Agnes Regan Perkins. New York: Greenwood Press, 1989. Ref PR830.C513 H4 1989 v. A-M - N-Z Includes 1,626 entries on titles, authors, characters, and settings based on 387 books published from 1678 to 1985. All books included have won or been finalists for major awards in children's literature.
3rd ed. Eden Ross Lipson. New York: Three Rivers Press, 2000. Ref Z1037 .L724 2000 A selective annotated list of over 1,000 books reviewed by the New York Times. Includes age appropriate, subject, and title indexes.
Best books -- Juvenile fiction
This site offers a plethora of information about children's literature. "This is a collection of reviews of great books for kids, ideas of ways to use them in the classroom and colelctions of books and activities about particular subjects, curriculum areas, themes and professional topics." One can browse the following areas: search, what's new, books, subjects, curriculum areas, authors, and many more.
Alethea Helbig and Agnes Regan Perkins. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1985. Ref PS374 .C454 H45 1985 Includes 1, 266 entries on titles, authors, characters, and settings based on 420 books of fiction for children and young adults. All books included have won or been finalists for major awards in children's literature.
Alethea K. Helbig and Agnes Regan Perkins. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2002. Ref PS374.C454 H45 2002
Best books -- United States
John T. Gillespie, Catherine Barr. Westport, CN: Libraries Unlimited, 2003. Ref Z1037 .G48 2002 Suppl Brief annotations of recommended fiction and nonfiction books arranged by author within subject categories. Includes author, illustrator, title, and subject/grade level indexes.
Kathryn I. Matthew and Joy L. Lowe. New York: Neal-Schuman, 2002. Guide to recommended children's books and media for use with every elementary subject. Includes teachers resources.
Best books for young adults
2nd ed. Betty Carter,Sally Estes, Linda Waddle. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 2000. Ref Z1037 .C34 2000 Brief annotations of recommended fiction and nonfiction books arranged by author within subject categories. Includes author, title, and subject/grade level indexes.
Provides links to the Best Books for Young Adults and many other young adult's book awards lists.
Beverage industry
Ref HD9003 .F578 Information similar to the Thomas Register is provided for the food and beverage industry.
Bible
Allows you to search multiple editions of the Bible or look up specific passages.
BibleWorks is the premier original languages Bible software program for Biblical exegesis and research. It comes with Greek, Hebrew, and Septuagint Bibles for your computer, as well as translations in English, German, Spanish, and many other languages!
The full text of 21 editions of the Bible written in English. Can be searched by contents, keyword, and parallel text (by chapter).
Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc
Hermeneia is a CD-ROM designed for the serious student of the Bible. Hermeneia aims to lay bare the ancient meaning of a biblical work and utilizes the full range of philological and historical tools. The aim of each volume is to provide a full critical discussion of each problem of interpretation and the primary data upon which the discussion is based. The authors make full use of ancient Semitic and classical languages along with English translations of all comparative materials—Greek, Latin, Canaanite, or Akkadian.
The Religion & Philosophy Collection covers topics such as world religions, major denominations, biblical studies, religious history, epistemology, political philosophy, philosophy of language, moral philosophy and the history of philosophy. With over 290 full text journals, the Religion & Philosophy Collection is an important tool for researchers and students of theology and philosophical studies.
Bibliographical citations
RefWorks is a Web-based service that enables a user to create a personal database of selected references either by importing from an online research database or by inputting manually. This database is then searchable, enabling a user to select needed references for a paper and easily generate a bibliography in a given bibliographic style.
Style manual for writers of research and professional papers.
Comprises a searchable database of additions to the research catalog of the American Geographical Society Library. Includes contents of Current Geographic Publications Online. Produced by the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.
RefWorks is a Web-based service that enables a user to create a personal database of selected references either by importing from an online research database or by inputting manually. This database is then searchable, enabling a user to select needed references for a paper and easily generate a bibliography in a given bibliographic style.
Links to helpful information for using RefWorks.
Options available for a RefWorks user upon leaving Kent State.
These aids provide information when importing references from a variety of databases.
Information on setting up and accessing your account on RefWorks.
Bibliographical citations -- Statistics -- Databases
The JCR allows the evaluation and comparison of journals using citation data drawn from over 7,500 scholarly and technical journals from more than 3,300 publishers in over 60 countries. All areas of science, technology, and social sciences are covered. The JCR can show you the most frequently cited journals in a field, the highest impact journals in a field, and the largest journals in a field allow for journal evaluation and comparison. NOTE: Citation data are not meant to replace informed peer review. Careful attention should be paid to circumstances that can influence citation rates such as language, journal history and format, publication schedule, and subject specialty.
bibliographies
RefWorks is a Web-based service that enables a user to create a personal database of selected references either by importing from an online research database or by inputting manually. This database is then searchable, enabling a user to select needed references for a paper and easily generate a bibliography in a given bibliographic style.
Links to helpful information for using RefWorks.
Options available for a RefWorks user upon leaving Kent State.
These aids provide information when importing references from a variety of databases.
Information on setting up and accessing your account on RefWorks.
Bibliography -- Bibliography -- Periodicals
The Cold Regions Bibliographic Project covers all disciplines related to the region including biological and geological science, medical sciences, meteorology, oceanography, atmospheric and terrestrial physics, expeditions, logistics equipment and supplies, and tourism. It is produced with support from the National Science Foundation. It offers two searchable databases with basic and advanced features. Successful searches provide a list of citations and some full record viewing. Some items are available as free full text via an online link.
Bronx, NY: H.W. Wilson Co. Ref Z666 .C211 1921/32 - 1984 NE Regional Depository 1985 - 1997 Includes citations to articles and book and software reviews from more than 200 library and information science journals.
Bibliography -- Great Britain -- Early printed books
Describes works printed in any language in England or its dependencies produced prior to 1801.
Bibliography -- Periodicals
New York: The H. W. Wilson Company Ref Z1219 .C96 (Some volumes are at the Regional Depository) An annual index to book reviews published in 95 selected periodicals. Each citation contains an excerpt from the review.
Woodbridge Ct. : Research Publications, Inc. Call #: Z6265 .C64x 1982 NOTE: all volumes are at the Regional Depository; use KentLINK to request them.
Arlington, Va. : Carrollton Press Call #: Z1035.A1 C64
Williamston, MI: P. Thomson Call #: Z1035.A1 I63
Bibliography -- United States -- Early printed books
Describes works printed in any language in England or its dependencies produced prior to 1801.
Bibliography, National -- United States
Provides complete bibliographic information for more than 7.5 million in-print, out-of-print, and forthcoming book, e-book, audio, and video titles. Includes some tables of contents, annotations, publisher reviews, cover images, and author biographies.
Billing Office
Describes conditions which will cause patron library records to be blocked; describes billing rates and schedules for various item types.
This document describes who, in addition to faculty, students, and staff, may obtain borrowing privileges, and how to obtain borrowing privileges.
Circulation Department homepage
Library Fine Appeal Form
Information about library notices, and email notification sign-up for non- 'kent.edu' email accounts.
Thank You
Bills
Describes conditions which will cause patron library records to be blocked; describes billing rates and schedules for various item types.
Library Fine Appeal Form
Brings together a vast amount of information published by and about Congress including bills, laws, regulations, hearings, and committee reports to name only a few. Many of the documents are available full text. Many of the documents are available full text and are indexed back to 1789. Includes the full text of the Congressional Serial Set from 1789 to the present. Updates and coverage vary by section.
Bindery
Short description of duties in bindery for undergraduate students.
TechKNOW is a quarterly review of bright ideas published by the Technical Services Division of the Ohio Library Council (OLC). This electronic publication provides: professional news; information on emerging library standards and library vendor products; book product and web resource reviews; information about professional associations; OLC division news; and practical advice for technical services librarians in public libraries and academic libraries. Typical topics include cataloging, authority control, acquisitions, library physical processing, serials and continuing resource management, preservation, library management, and metadata. Library standards that are illuminated include AACR2, RDF, FRBR, MARC21 Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH), and the Dewey Decimal Classification System (DDC).
TechKNOW is a quarterly review of bright ideas published by the Technical Services Division of the Ohio Library Council (OLC). This electronic publication provides: professional news; information on emerging library standards and library vendor products; book product and web resource reviews; information about professional associations; OLC division news; and practical advice for technical services librarians in public libraries and academic libraries. Typical topics include cataloging, authority control, acquisitions, library physical processing, serials and continuing resource management, preservation, library management, and metadata. Library standards that are illuminated include AACR2, RDF, FRBR, MARC21 Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH), and the Dewey Decimal Classification System (DDC).
biobibliographies
This library guide is a listing of resources to aid researchers and students as they pursue studies or research requiring information or access to tests, measurement tools, or assessment protocols. Call numbers indicate where items can be found in the Main Library at Kent State University. For further assistance, ask at the reference desk.
Biochemistry
This site has links to tools for working with nucleic acids and proteins.
The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) is a nonprofit scientific and educational organization.
The mission of the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) is to promote and develop the field of cell biology.
This site includes movies of cells, movies of cellular calcium, and movies of molecular methods.
A listing of links to educational materials available on the Web for molecular biology and bioinformatics.
BLAST finds regions of similarity between nucleotide or protein sequences.
The UMBC's Beginning Molecular Biology Laboratory Manual is a collection of general laboratory and molecular biology protocols and resources.
This site is a science-based bulletin board for techniques, tips, and questions concerning molecular biology, cell biology, microscopy, and bioinformatics.
This European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI) Web site offers tutorials, databases, a glossary, and resources in the areas of molecular and cellular biology and bioinformatics.
Produced and maintained by Harvard University, this site provides links to useful web sites in the areas of evolution, molecular biology, immunology, and instructional resources in biology.
This is the University of Wisconsin-Madison Writing Center's guide to CBE (Council of Biology Editors) documentation.
ClustalW is the European Bioinformatics Institute's general purpose multiple sequence alignment program for DNA or proteins
This site is a guide to written and oral scientific communications.
This site has links to databases for molecular biology & sequence analysis tools.
The EMBL Nucleotide Sequence Database is Europe's primary nucleotide sequence resource.
This site is an annotated non-redundant collection of eukaryotic POL II promoters, for which the transcription start site has been determined experimentally.
Entrez is the integrated, text based search and retrieval system used to search the National Center for Biotechnology Information's major databases.
The ExPASy Proteomics Server of the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics is a site dedicated to the analysis of protein sequences and structures.
This is a tutorial on how to write a scientific lab report.
This site has provides access to Frontiers in Bioscience, a journal focused on the area of molecular biology. If you need to obtain a pdf copy of an article, please speak with Chemistry/Physics Library Staff.
Genscan is a program for predicting the locations and exon-intron structures of genes in genomic sequences from a variety of organisms.
GenBank is the NIH's sequence database which includes an annotated collection of all publically available DNA sequences.
Genamics JournalSeek is the largest completely categorized database of freely available journal information available on the internet.
This site is designed to help users understand how genetics affects their lives and society. The site has interactive and print-based resources.
H-Invitational Database (H-InvDB) is a human gene database, with integrative annotation of 56,419 full-length cDNA clones currently available from six high throughput cDNA sequencing projects.
This is a list of molecular and cellular biology links provided by the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology at Harvard University.
HomoloGene is a system for automated detection of homologs among the annotated genes of several completely sequenced eukaryotic genomes.
The Human Gene Mutation Database (HGMD) represents an attempt to collate known (published) gene lesions responsible for human inherited disease.
NCBI's Web site serves an an integrated, one-stop, genomic information infrastructure for biomedical researchers from around the world so that they may use these data in their research efforts.
The Human Mitochondrial Protein Database (HMPDb) provides data on mitochondrial and human nuclear encoded proteins involved in mitochondrial biogenesis and function.
Contains links to reference resources on chemical data sources, material safety, chemistry departments, chemical suppliers, all aspects of chemistry and more. Maintained by the library at University of California at Santa Barbara.
This Web site has links to online bioinformatics programs for phylogeny, sequence analysis, nucleic acid and protein analysis, etc.
JCVI's Genome Projects are a collection of curated databases containing DNA and protein sequence, gene expression, cellular role, protein family, and taxonomic data for microbes, plants and humans.
Ths site provides access to information on three-dimensional biopolymer structures with an emphasis on visualization and analysis.
KEGG is a suite of databases and associated software, integrating our current knowledge on molecular interaction networks in biological processes (PATHWAY database), the information about the universe of genes and proteins (GENES/SSDB/KO databases), and the information about the universe of chemical compounds and reactions (COMPOUND/DRUG/GLYCAN/REACTION databases).
This is an online biology textbook and the site includes a search engine facilitate information retrieval.
The Library of 3-D Molecular Structures is part of the MathMol Library at New York University.
This site has links to molecular biology programs, tools, and portals.
International index for medical literature, produced by the National Library of Medicine. Addresses all aspects of medicine and health care and offers citations from nearly 4,000 journals, books and book chapters, research and other sources. Includes citations originally found in the print indexes that date from 1950-1965.
PubMed provides free, worldwide access to MEDLINE. It also contains links to the full-text versions of articles at participating publishers' Web sites and access to PREMEDLINE basic citation information. NOTE: accessing PubMed through this URL will provide links to online, full-text articles available through KSU and OhioLINK.
MeSH is National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary used for indexing articles for MEDLINE/PubMed.
MedicLatina is a Spanish language collection of medical research and investigative journals published by renowned Latin American medical publishers. This database provides access to full text for nearly 100 peer-reviewed medical journals in native Spanish.
A standard handbook with methods and techniques for studying enzymes. DNA, RNA, biophysical, biochemical and biotechnological topics are also included.
This site has a list of links and software that might be helpful for microArray research.
This site includes links to molecular biology tools, databases, tutorials, and educational resources.
Electronic PCR (e-PCR) is computational procedure that is used to identify sequence tagged sites(STSs), within DNA sequences. e-PCR looks for potential STSs in DNA sequences by searching for subsequences that closely match the PCR primers and have the correct order, orientation, and spacing that could represent the PCR primers used to generate known STSs.
This is the NCBI's Literature Databases Web site.
This site is a national resource for molecular biology information that includes databases and other tools.
The Institute provided the lead in the Human Genome Project which concluded in 2003. Current efforts are focused on "research aimed at improving human health and fighting disease." The site includes links to informaiton on ethics, grants, and educational resources.
A place for researchers to share pre-publication research, unpublished manuscripts, presentations, posters, white papers, technical papers, supplementary findings, and other scientific documents. Submissions are screened by a professional curation team for relevance and quality, but are not subjected to peer review. Biology, chemistry, medicine (except clinical trials), and earth science are covered. RSS feeds and e-mail notices of new submissions available.
This site is a repository of three-dimensional structural information about nucleic acids.
This is a database of human genes and genetic disorders.
This site has a list of available phylogeny programs that are available on the Web.
The single worldwide repository for the processing and distribution of 3-D structure data of large molecules of proteins and nucleic acids. New structures are released each Wednesday by 1:00am Pacific time. Maintained by the Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics (RCSB).
Derived from the acclaimed Methods in molecular biology series. Contains all the major procedures needed for isolating, characterizing, and analyzing proteins, including powerful new techniques in mass spectroscopy and immunochemistry.
Proteomics tools for mining sequence databases in conjunction with Mass Spectrometry experiments
This site has multiple tools that are used in proteomics research.
PubMed provides free, worldwide access to MEDLINE. It also contains links to the full-text versions of articles at participating publishers' Web sites and access to PREMEDLINE basic citation information. NOTE: accessing PubMed through this URL will provide links to online, full-text articles available through KSU and OhioLINK.
This brochure is a guide to using PubMed.
PubMed Central (PMC) is the U.S. National Library of Medicine's free digital archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature.
This is a beginner's guide to utilizing the PubMed database. This first module is an orientation to the PubMed site.
This is the second of eight modules designed to be a beginner's guide to using PubMed. This module is about doing keyword searches on PubMed.
This is the third of eight modules designed to be a beginner's guide to using PubMed. This module is a review of Boolean Operators.
This is the fourth of eight modules designed to be a beginner's guide to PubMed. This module is focused on showing how to use Boolean Operators in PubMed.
This is the fifth of eight modules designed to be a beginner's guide to PubMed. This module teaches how to do an author search in PubMed.
This module is designed to help new users of PubMed to understand their search results.
This module of the PubMed Tutorial focuses on how to e-mail, save, or print you citation list.
This last module of the PubMed Tutorial is designed to help new users to find print journals in the library once they have created a citation list.
This site has PCR protocols in molecular toxicology
The RCSB Protein Data Bank is an information portal to biological macromolecular structures.
Online version of SciFinder Scholar which includes access to patent and journal literature in most scientific disciplines, Substance information, chemical reactions, regulated chemicals information, commercially available substances are also available. Searches simultaneously the following sources: Chemical AbstractsPlus; CAS REGISTRY; CHEMLIST; CHEMCATS -Online Chemical Catalogs File, MEDLINE and OLDMEDLINE 1958- present. Substructure and exact structure searching are available. Use the link below to create your account.
The Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution is an international society that exists to provide facilities for association and communication among molecular evolutionists, and has as one of its primary goals to increase communication between the fields of evolution and molecular biology.
TAIR is a comprehensive resource for the scientific community working with Arabidopsis thaliana.
The Arrowsmith Project links documents, disciplines, investigators, and databases. This site includes tools for working with Medline (PubMed), a Compendium of Biomedical Text Mining Tools, etc.
The Biology Project is an interactive online resource for learning biology, developed at The University of Arizona.
This site is a tutorial in the areas of genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics.
The Los Alamos National Laboratory's Influenza Sequence Database is a curated database of nucleotide sequences.
The Interactive Fly is a cyberspace guide to Drosophila development and metazoan evolution.
This site is a guide to writing literature reviews.
This site is a tutorial for medical biochemistry.
This is a guide to writing a journal-style scientific paper.
This site gives recommendations for troubleshooting DNA sequencing data. See chapter 7.
This is a troubleshooting site for PCR and multiplex PCR.
This site contains the reference sequence and working draft assemblies for a large collection of genomes. It also provides a portal to the ENCODE project.
Uni-Prot/Swiss-Prot is a curated protein sequence database.
UniProt (Universal Protein Resource) is a comprehensive catalog of information on protein sequences and functions.
This site houses animations of cellular biology concepts.
This is a guide how to write scientific papers.
YASS is a program that allows you to perform DNA local alignment of genomic sequences.
This site has available software programs and a data set of Rel/NF-kB Human target genes.
This site is focused on microRNA data. It has three sections: miRBase sequences, miRBase targets, and a miRBase registry.
This site by the Computational Biology Center at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center has information on Human microRNA targets, Drosophilia microRNA targets, and Zebrafish microRNA targets.
biographies
Online biographical resources selected by KSU librarians.
Biography
Covers more than 18,000 people from all eras who have influenced and shaped American history and culture. Includes illustrations and links to select web sites. Also includes articles from The Oxford Companion to United States History, which gives context to the lives included in ANB Online. All articles originally included in the ANB Online were on biographical subjects who died before the end of 1995. Articles on important figures who have died since 1995 are being added in quarterly updates, but coverage of people in this category is not yet complete.
Biographical information on over 28,000 people from ancient times to the present day.
Biographical information of U.S. congressional officials. Searchable by name, position, state, party, year, or congress.
Searchable collection of 20,000 biographical entries from the Cambridge Biographical Encyclopedia. This site from the A&E Television Network also has excerpts from best selling biographies, quiz and anagram games, and schedules of future episodes of the biography television program.
Biography Reference Bank provides biographical information on approximately half a million people, from antiquity to the present, along with thousands of images.
Contains nearly 12 million biographical entries from over 2700 current and retrospective reference books; covers historic and contemporary figures.
Includes biographical profiles of prominent members of the international Black community.
Provides information about the lives and careers of authors from all genres and eras. Also includes biographical and critical studies written by scholars, as well as suggestions for further readings and author bibliographies.
Here you will find biographies and links to resources about notable women throughout history and the present. Search or browse by women or subject.
Includes scientific biographies listed by: branch of science; gender/minority status; historical periods; nationality; and prize winners.
Arranged in chronological order, each entry provides a one page biography, a portrait/photograph, and a link to their husband's biography. Maintained by the official White House web page.
A collection of annotated web sites which link to various biographical resources including authors, presidents, celebrities, women, Nobel prize winners, and more.
Marquis Who’s Who on the Web, a 'high-speed', searchable online database, features comprehensive profiles on over 1.3 million of the most accomplished individuals from all fields of endeavor including: government, business, science and technology, the arts, entertainment, and sports. Search by name, gender, occupation, geography, hobbies and interests, religion and much more.
Arranged in chronological order, each entry provides a one page biography, a portrait/photograph, and a link to their husband's biography. Maintained by the official White House web page.
Includes "background information, election results, cabinet members, presidency highlights, and some odd facts on each of the presidents. Links to biographies, historical documents, audio and video files, and other presidential sites are also included to enrich this site."
Provides listings of Pulitzer Prize winners in all categories from 1917 to the present. Also has a history of the prize, plus links to resources on the Pulitzer.
"Lists heads of state and heads of government (and, in certain cases, de facto leaders which don't occupy either of those formal positions) of all currently existing countries and territories...Foreign ministers of all countries are listed separately."
Biological monitoring
Provides information by congressional mandate concerning public health assessments of waste sites, health consultations concerning specific hazardous substances, health surveillance and registries, response to emergency releases of hazardous substances, applied research in support of public health assessments, information development and dissemination, and education and training concerning hazardous substances.
Maintained by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, this site allows access to a database providing current information on the status of numerous endangered and threatened animals and plants.
This site provides a wide range of general information related to the environment, economy, and tourism of the Great Lakes region. The environment section provides links to external organizations and resources covering such topics as endangered species, coastal preservation, air toxins, soil erosion, and much more. There is also a section on maps and GIS data on the different lakes.
Maintained by the Federal government, this site provides fact sheets and images for numerous North American invasive species, as well as information on government management programs.
Biology
This site has links to tools for working with nucleic acids and proteins.
Produced by the National Agricultural Library, Agricola contains book and journal article citations in the areas of agriculture and related disciplines, including plant and animal sciences, forestry, entomology, soil and water resources, agricultural economics, agricultural engineering, agricultural farming products, alternative farming practices and food and nutrition.
Provides extensive coverage of age and age-related issues. Updated 3 times per year.
Produced by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, this site is geared toward the general public and provides information on attracting and identifying birds, as well as habitat management guidelines. It maintains a fee-based database -- The Birds of North America.
This non-profit organization committed to the advancement of science in multiple disciplines. It publishes the journal Science.
This organization represents more than 80 profesional societies and organizations.
The oldest and largest professional organization in North America devoted to the scientific study of birds. Publishes the journal, The Auk. The site provides free access to the online Ornithological Newsletter.
The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) is a nonprofit scientific and educational organization.
The mission of the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) is to promote and develop the field of cell biology.
The world's largest scientific society of individuals interested in microbiological sciences. The association represents 25 microbiology specializations.
This site includes movies of cells, movies of cellular calcium, and movies of molecular methods.
A listing of links to educational materials available on the Web for molecular biology and bioinformatics.
An international database covering the life science disciplines, indexing nearly 7,000 journals. Updated monthly.
BLAST finds regions of similarity between nucleotide or protein sequences.
The UMBC's Beginning Molecular Biology Laboratory Manual is a collection of general laboratory and molecular biology protocols and resources.
This site is a science-based bulletin board for techniques, tips, and questions concerning molecular biology, cell biology, microscopy, and bioinformatics.
Instructional support page for Biodiversity Lab -- an introductory level Biological Sciences course.
The Bioethics Research Library at Georgetown University is open to the public, and has both scholarly and popular resources.
Developed by the Biological Sciences Department of Vanderbilt University, this collection of images is divided into four major areas: North American bioregions, plant features, animals, and Southeastern U.S. plants. The intent of the site is to provide educational information to the general public.
This European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI) Web site offers tutorials, databases, a glossary, and resources in the areas of molecular and cellular biology and bioinformatics.
Biological Abstracts is now available as part of BIOSIS Previews.
Research databases and evaluated web sites for biological sciences.
Provides a guide to Kent State University Library resources that will be useful to those doing research in the Biological Sciences. Includes some broad biological sciences web sites.
Produced and maintained by Harvard University, this site provides links to useful web sites in the areas of evolution, molecular biology, immunology, and instructional resources in biology.
Provides links to collections of web sites in the following areas: animal health and well being, biochemistry and cell biology, biotechnology, botany, developmental biology, biodiversity, genetics, microbiology, and neurobiology.
This is the University of Wisconsin-Madison Writing Center's guide to CBE (Council of Biology Editors) documentation.
Online listing of vegetation and plant distribution maps, arranged by area of the world or continent, and further subdivided by region or country. Map and GIS data may be available, depending on region.
ClustalW is the European Bioinformatics Institute's general purpose multiple sequence alignment program for DNA or proteins
This site is a guide to written and oral scientific communications.
This site has links to databases for molecular biology & sequence analysis tools.
Current Protocols are used in laboratories around the world as the authoritative sources for effective, reliable methods in biological research and experimentation. The web version is searched via the table of contents and provides links to figures, tables, recipes, literature citations, cross-references, and internet URLs in the full-text HTML format. PDF format for printing is also available. While this resource is available via the web, it requires a user id and password. Please check with the reference desk to access this resource.
Produced by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, this site provides information on the Human Genome Project, links to tutorials and guides on genetic disorders, chromosomes, and genome maps, and other tools for educators.
Service hosted by the Office of Science and Technical Information that searches various e-print hosting sites worldwide.
The EMBL Nucleotide Sequence Database is Europe's primary nucleotide sequence resource.
This site is an annotated non-redundant collection of eukaryotic POL II promoters, for which the transcription start site has been determined experimentally.
A database for identifying journal articles, book chapters, bills, laws, court decisions, reports, books, audiovisuals, and news articles relating to bioethics and professional ethics.
Maintained by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, this site allows access to a database providing current information on the status of numerous endangered and threatened animals and plants.
Entrez is the integrated, text based search and retrieval system used to search the National Center for Biotechnology Information's major databases.
Environment Complete is the electronic version of Environment Index, and covers applicable areas of agriculture, ecosystem ecology, energy, natural resources, marine & freshwater science, geography, pollution & waste management, environmental technology, environmental law, public policy, social impacts, urban planning, and more. It contains citations for articles from domestic and international journals, monographs and conference papers of the North American Association of Environmental Education.
The ExPASy Proteomics Server of the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics is a site dedicated to the analysis of protein sequences and structures.
Reviews the most interesting papers published in the biological sciences, based on the recommendations of a faculty of well over 2,300 selected leading researchers.
This is a tutorial on how to write a scientific lab report.
This site has provides access to Frontiers in Bioscience, a journal focused on the area of molecular biology. If you need to obtain a pdf copy of an article, please speak with Chemistry/Physics Library Staff.
Genscan is a program for predicting the locations and exon-intron structures of genes in genomic sequences from a variety of organisms.
Provides abstracts and limited full-text for articles from more than 300 core publications covering horticulture, garden and landscape design and history, botany, ecology, plant and garden conservation, garden management, and horticultural therapy.
GenBank is the NIH's sequence database which includes an annotated collection of all publically available DNA sequences.
Genamics JournalSeek is the largest completely categorized database of freely available journal information available on the internet.
This is a guide to news and resources concerning biology and medicine according to gender.
This site is designed to help users understand how genetics affects their lives and society. The site has interactive and print-based resources.
"Gateway to global change data and information" is a portal made up of several government agencies who's work is related to global change data. Access to databases, programs, and policy, and email question forms.
This site provides a wide range of general information related to the environment, economy, and tourism of the Great Lakes region. The environment section provides links to external organizations and resources covering such topics as endangered species, coastal preservation, air toxins, soil erosion, and much more. There is also a section on maps and GIS data on the different lakes.
H-Invitational Database (H-InvDB) is a human gene database, with integrative annotation of 56,419 full-length cDNA clones currently available from six high throughput cDNA sequencing projects.
This is a list of molecular and cellular biology links provided by the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology at Harvard University.
HomoloGene is a system for automated detection of homologs among the annotated genes of several completely sequenced eukaryotic genomes.
The Human Gene Mutation Database (HGMD) represents an attempt to collate known (published) gene lesions responsible for human inherited disease.
NCBI's Web site serves an an integrated, one-stop, genomic information infrastructure for biomedical researchers from around the world so that they may use these data in their research efforts.
The Human Mitochondrial Protein Database (HMPDb) provides data on mitochondrial and human nuclear encoded proteins involved in mitochondrial biogenesis and function.
Provides the open source to full-text and bibliographic records of Department of Energy (DOE) research and development reports in physics, chemistry, materials, biology, environmental sciences, energy technologies, engineering, computer and information science, renewable energy, and other topics. Contains access to full-text documents produced and made available by the Department of Energy National Laboratories and grantees from 1995 forward. Older documents may also be made available.
This Web site has links to online bioinformatics programs for phylogeny, sequence analysis, nucleic acid and protein analysis, etc.
Maintained by the Federal government, this site provides fact sheets and images for numerous North American invasive species, as well as information on government management programs.
JCVI's Genome Projects are a collection of curated databases containing DNA and protein sequence, gene expression, cellular role, protein family, and taxonomic data for microbes, plants and humans.
Ths site provides access to information on three-dimensional biopolymer structures with an emphasis on visualization and analysis.
A peer reviewed journal publishing biological research in a video format. Visualization facilitates the understanding and efficient reproduction of both basic and complex experimental techniques.
KEGG is a suite of databases and associated software, integrating our current knowledge on molecular interaction networks in biological processes (PATHWAY database), the information about the universe of genes and proteins (GENES/SSDB/KO databases), and the information about the universe of chemical compounds and reactions (COMPOUND/DRUG/GLYCAN/REACTION databases).
This is an online biology textbook and the site includes a search engine facilitate information retrieval.
Database provides patient advisory leaflets for over 1,450 medications and natural products, plus 600 Spanish language leaflets representing the most subscribed and commonly used medications.
The Library of 3-D Molecular Structures is part of the MathMol Library at New York University.
This site has links to molecular biology programs, tools, and portals.
International index for medical literature, produced by the National Library of Medicine. Addresses all aspects of medicine and health care and offers citations from nearly 4,000 journals, books and book chapters, research and other sources. Includes citations originally found in the print indexes that date from 1950-1965.
PubMed provides free, worldwide access to MEDLINE. It also contains links to the full-text versions of articles at participating publishers' Web sites and access to PREMEDLINE basic citation information. NOTE: accessing PubMed through this URL will provide links to online, full-text articles available through KSU and OhioLINK.
MeSH is National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary used for indexing articles for MEDLINE/PubMed.
MedicLatina is a Spanish language collection of medical research and investigative journals published by renowned Latin American medical publishers. This database provides access to full text for nearly 100 peer-reviewed medical journals in native Spanish.
This site has a list of links and software that might be helpful for microArray research.
Provides links to over 30 plant databases including TROPICOS, a database with web-searchable records for over 900,000 plant names and over 50,000 images. Also connects to the Center for Plant Conservation.
This site includes links to molecular biology tools, databases, tutorials, and educational resources.
Electronic PCR (e-PCR) is computational procedure that is used to identify sequence tagged sites(STSs), within DNA sequences. e-PCR looks for potential STSs in DNA sequences by searching for subsequences that closely match the PCR primers and have the correct order, orientation, and spacing that could represent the PCR primers used to generate known STSs.
This is the NCBI's Literature Databases Web site.
Searchable database of technical reports produced by NASA, as well as other agencies, such as BioMed Central, Aeronautical Research Council (UK), arXiv Physics Eprint Server, and Energy Citation Database (OSTI)). Coverage includes research reports, journal articles, conference and meeting papers, technical videos, mission-related operational documents, and preliminary data.
Includes access to a Metadata Clearinghouse for biological data sets. Provides links to overviews of general biological disciplines such as botany and systematics, as well as links to selective current biological issues such as biodiversity, invasive species, and coral reefs.
This site is a national resource for molecular biology information that includes databases and other tools.
The Institute provided the lead in the Human Genome Project which concluded in 2003. Current efforts are focused on "research aimed at improving human health and fighting disease." The site includes links to informaiton on ethics, grants, and educational resources.
A place for researchers to share pre-publication research, unpublished manuscripts, presentations, posters, white papers, technical papers, supplementary findings, and other scientific documents. Submissions are screened by a professional curation team for relevance and quality, but are not subjected to peer review. Biology, chemistry, medicine (except clinical trials), and earth science are covered. RSS feeds and e-mail notices of new submissions available.
Maintained by the Smithsonian Institute, this general site provides thumbnail sketches of North American mammals as well as printable field guides. Searches can be done by species name, family trees, by geographic area, and by conservation status.
This site is a repository of three-dimensional structural information about nucleic acids.
This is a database of human genes and genetic disorders.
Search a number of dictionaries across biological and health sciences disciplines.
Search a number of dictionaries across major disciplines of science, including astronomy, chemistry, earth science, medicine, physics, zoology, and much more.
This site has a list of available phylogeny programs that are available on the Web.
A list of selected professional organizations and directories for nonprofit organizations doing work in the biological sciences and the environment.
The single worldwide repository for the processing and distribution of 3-D structure data of large molecules of proteins and nucleic acids. New structures are released each Wednesday by 1:00am Pacific time. Maintained by the Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics (RCSB).
Derived from the acclaimed Methods in molecular biology series. Contains all the major procedures needed for isolating, characterizing, and analyzing proteins, including powerful new techniques in mass spectroscopy and immunochemistry.
Proteomics tools for mining sequence databases in conjunction with Mass Spectrometry experiments
This site has multiple tools that are used in proteomics research.
PubMed provides free, worldwide access to MEDLINE. It also contains links to the full-text versions of articles at participating publishers' Web sites and access to PREMEDLINE basic citation information. NOTE: accessing PubMed through this URL will provide links to online, full-text articles available through KSU and OhioLINK.
This brochure is a guide to using PubMed.
PubMed Central (PMC) is the U.S. National Library of Medicine's free digital archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature.
This is a beginner's guide to utilizing the PubMed database. This first module is an orientation to the PubMed site.
This is the second of eight modules designed to be a beginner's guide to using PubMed. This module is about doing keyword searches on PubMed.
This is the third of eight modules designed to be a beginner's guide to using PubMed. This module is a review of Boolean Operators.
This is the fourth of eight modules designed to be a beginner's guide to PubMed. This module is focused on showing how to use Boolean Operators in PubMed.
This is the fifth of eight modules designed to be a beginner's guide to PubMed. This module teaches how to do an author search in PubMed.
This module is designed to help new users of PubMed to understand their search results.
This module of the PubMed Tutorial focuses on how to e-mail, save, or print you citation list.
This last module of the PubMed Tutorial is designed to help new users to find print journals in the library once they have created a citation list.
This site has PCR protocols in molecular toxicology
The RCSB Protein Data Bank is an information portal to biological macromolecular structures.
Free tutorials that provides instruction and practice in searching SciFinder Scholar for chemistry, biology, and chemical engineering topics.
Online version of SciFinder Scholar which includes access to patent and journal literature in most scientific disciplines, Substance information, chemical reactions, regulated chemicals information, commercially available substances are also available. Searches simultaneously the following sources: Chemical AbstractsPlus; CAS REGISTRY; CHEMLIST; CHEMCATS -Online Chemical Catalogs File, MEDLINE and OLDMEDLINE 1958- present. Substructure and exact structure searching are available. Use the link below to create your account.
This "Web of Science" database covers the journal literature of the sciences. It indexes more than 5,700 major journals across 164 scientific disciplines, with all cited references captured. Updated weekly.
A comprehensive science-specific search engine that filters out non-scientific sites and finds peer-reviewed articles such as PDF and PostScript files. Searches specialty sources, such as Medline, ScienceDirect, the U.S. Patent Office, BioOne, and more.
The Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution is an international society that exists to provide facilities for association and communication among molecular evolutionists, and has as one of its primary goals to increase communication between the fields of evolution and molecular biology.
TAIR is a comprehensive resource for the scientific community working with Arabidopsis thaliana.
The Arrowsmith Project links documents, disciplines, investigators, and databases. This site includes tools for working with Medline (PubMed), a Compendium of Biomedical Text Mining Tools, etc.
The Biology Project is an interactive online resource for learning biology, developed at The University of Arizona.
This site is a tutorial in the areas of genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics.
The Los Alamos National Laboratory's Influenza Sequence Database is a curated database of nucleotide sequences.
The Interactive Fly is a cyberspace guide to Drosophila development and metazoan evolution.
This site is a guide to writing literature reviews.
This site is a tutorial for medical biochemistry.
This is a guide to writing a journal-style scientific paper.
This site gives recommendations for troubleshooting DNA sequencing data. See chapter 7.
This is a troubleshooting site for PCR and multiplex PCR.
This site contains the reference sequence and working draft assemblies for a large collection of genomes. It also provides a portal to the ENCODE project.
Uni-Prot/Swiss-Prot is a curated protein sequence database.
UniProt (Universal Protein Resource) is a comprehensive catalog of information on protein sequences and functions.
This site houses animations of cellular biology concepts.
This is a guide how to write scientific papers.
YASS is a program that allows you to perform DNA local alignment of genomic sequences.
Zoological Record is the online version of the print publication detailing animal biology, acting as a taxonomic record and unofficial register of animal names. The database lists references for articles where notes about species appear. The print edition goes back to 1864 and is a good companion to this online source for years before 2004.
This site has available software programs and a data set of Rel/NF-kB Human target genes.
This site is focused on microRNA data. It has three sections: miRBase sequences, miRBase targets, and a miRBase registry.
This site by the Computational Biology Center at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center has information on Human microRNA targets, Drosophilia microRNA targets, and Zebrafish microRNA targets.
Biology -- Periodicals
Open-access, peer-reviewed repository of full-text, biomedical journals.
A fee-based service that provides access to thousands of online journals from leading scholarly, academic and business publishers. Access to many journals may be available through the OhioLINK Electronic Journal Center.
Contains full-text of bulletins of academic societies and research papers in most areas of scientific research.
A peer reviewed journal publishing biological research in a video format. Visualization facilitates the understanding and efficient reproduction of both basic and complex experimental techniques.
Selective full-text access to journals published by the OUP.
Subscriber access to journals across many subject areas, published by Wiley. Many may also be available in OhioLINK's Electronic Journal Center.
Biology -- Periodicals -- Indexes -- Databases
Provides access to significant literature in the biosciences. Full-text access to select titles is available through the BioOne site and also through the Electronic Journal Center.
Provides a guide to Kent State University Library resources that will be useful to those doing research in the Biological Sciences. Includes some broad biological sciences web sites.
A peer reviewed journal publishing biological research in a video format. Visualization facilitates the understanding and efficient reproduction of both basic and complex experimental techniques.
Online version of SciFinder Scholar which includes access to patent and journal literature in most scientific disciplines, Substance information, chemical reactions, regulated chemicals information, commercially available substances are also available. Searches simultaneously the following sources: Chemical AbstractsPlus; CAS REGISTRY; CHEMLIST; CHEMCATS -Online Chemical Catalogs File, MEDLINE and OLDMEDLINE 1958- present. Substructure and exact structure searching are available. Use the link below to create your account.
Biomedicine
The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) provides biomedical books adapted for the Web. These are searchable and also linked through PubMed.
A place for researchers to share pre-publication research, unpublished manuscripts, presentations, posters, white papers, technical papers, supplementary findings, and other scientific documents. Submissions are screened by a professional curation team for relevance and quality, but are not subjected to peer review. Biology, chemistry, medicine (except clinical trials), and earth science are covered. RSS feeds and e-mail notices of new submissions available.
Biomolecules -- Dictionaries
Contains structural and other information about chemical substances.
Biotechnology
This site has links to tools for working with nucleic acids and proteins.
The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) is a nonprofit scientific and educational organization.
The mission of the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) is to promote and develop the field of cell biology.
This site includes movies of cells, movies of cellular calcium, and movies of molecular methods.
A listing of links to educational materials available on the Web for molecular biology and bioinformatics.
BLAST finds regions of similarity between nucleotide or protein sequences.
The UMBC's Beginning Molecular Biology Laboratory Manual is a collection of general laboratory and molecular biology protocols and resources.
This site is a science-based bulletin board for techniques, tips, and questions concerning molecular biology, cell biology, microscopy, and bioinformatics.
This European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI) Web site offers tutorials, databases, a glossary, and resources in the areas of molecular and cellular biology and bioinformatics.
Produced and maintained by Harvard University, this site provides links to useful web sites in the areas of evolution, molecular biology, immunology, and instructional resources in biology.
Provides links to collections of web sites in the following areas: animal health and well being, biochemistry and cell biology, biotechnology, botany, developmental biology, biodiversity, genetics, microbiology, and neurobiology.
This is the University of Wisconsin-Madison Writing Center's guide to CBE (Council of Biology Editors) documentation.
Primary reference laboratory for chemical measurements. Areas of research include Automotive and Aerospace, Biomaterials, Pharmaceuticals and Biomanufacturing, Chemical and Allied Products, Energy Systems, Environmental Technologies and Services, Health and Medical Products/Services, Industrial and Analytical Instruments and Services, Forensics and Homeland Security, Microelectronics, and Food and Nutritional Products.
ClustalW is the European Bioinformatics Institute's general purpose multiple sequence alignment program for DNA or proteins
This site is a guide to written and oral scientific communications.
This site has links to databases for molecular biology & sequence analysis tools.
The EMBL Nucleotide Sequence Database is Europe's primary nucleotide sequence resource.
This site is an annotated non-redundant collection of eukaryotic POL II promoters, for which the transcription start site has been determined experimentally.
Entrez is the integrated, text based search and retrieval system used to search the National Center for Biotechnology Information's major databases.
The ExPASy Proteomics Server of the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics is a site dedicated to the analysis of protein sequences and structures.
This is a tutorial on how to write a scientific lab report.
This site has provides access to Frontiers in Bioscience, a journal focused on the area of molecular biology. If you need to obtain a pdf copy of an article, please speak with Chemistry/Physics Library Staff.
Genscan is a program for predicting the locations and exon-intron structures of genes in genomic sequences from a variety of organisms.
GenBank is the NIH's sequence database which includes an annotated collection of all publically available DNA sequences.
Genamics JournalSeek is the largest completely categorized database of freely available journal information available on the internet.
This site is designed to help users understand how genetics affects their lives and society. The site has interactive and print-based resources.
H-Invitational Database (H-InvDB) is a human gene database, with integrative annotation of 56,419 full-length cDNA clones currently available from six high throughput cDNA sequencing projects.
This is a list of molecular and cellular biology links provided by the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology at Harvard University.
HomoloGene is a system for automated detection of homologs among the annotated genes of several completely sequenced eukaryotic genomes.
The Human Gene Mutation Database (HGMD) represents an attempt to collate known (published) gene lesions responsible for human inherited disease.
NCBI's Web site serves an an integrated, one-stop, genomic information infrastructure for biomedical researchers from around the world so that they may use these data in their research efforts.
The Human Mitochondrial Protein Database (HMPDb) provides data on mitochondrial and human nuclear encoded proteins involved in mitochondrial biogenesis and function.
This Web site has links to online bioinformatics programs for phylogeny, sequence analysis, nucleic acid and protein analysis, etc.
JCVI's Genome Projects are a collection of curated databases containing DNA and protein sequence, gene expression, cellular role, protein family, and taxonomic data for microbes, plants and humans.
Ths site provides access to information on three-dimensional biopolymer structures with an emphasis on visualization and analysis.
KEGG is a suite of databases and associated software, integrating our current knowledge on molecular interaction networks in biological processes (PATHWAY database), the information about the universe of genes and proteins (GENES/SSDB/KO databases), and the information about the universe of chemical compounds and reactions (COMPOUND/DRUG/GLYCAN/REACTION databases).
This is an online biology textbook and the site includes a search engine facilitate information retrieval.
The Library of 3-D Molecular Structures is part of the MathMol Library at New York University.
This site has links to molecular biology programs, tools, and portals.
International index for medical literature, produced by the National Library of Medicine. Addresses all aspects of medicine and health care and offers citations from nearly 4,000 journals, books and book chapters, research and other sources. Includes citations originally found in the print indexes that date from 1950-1965.
PubMed provides free, worldwide access to MEDLINE. It also contains links to the full-text versions of articles at participating publishers' Web sites and access to PREMEDLINE basic citation information. NOTE: accessing PubMed through this URL will provide links to online, full-text articles available through KSU and OhioLINK.
MeSH is National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary used for indexing articles for MEDLINE/PubMed.
MedicLatina is a Spanish language collection of medical research and investigative journals published by renowned Latin American medical publishers. This database provides access to full text for nearly 100 peer-reviewed medical journals in native Spanish.
This site has a list of links and software that might be helpful for microArray research.
This site includes links to molecular biology tools, databases, tutorials, and educational resources.
Electronic PCR (e-PCR) is computational procedure that is used to identify sequence tagged sites(STSs), within DNA sequences. e-PCR looks for potential STSs in DNA sequences by searching for subsequences that closely match the PCR primers and have the correct order, orientation, and spacing that could represent the PCR primers used to generate known STSs.
This is the NCBI's Literature Databases Web site.
This site is a national resource for molecular biology information that includes databases and other tools.
The Institute provided the lead in the Human Genome Project which concluded in 2003. Current efforts are focused on "research aimed at improving human health and fighting disease." The site includes links to informaiton on ethics, grants, and educational resources.
A place for researchers to share pre-publication research, unpublished manuscripts, presentations, posters, white papers, technical papers, supplementary findings, and other scientific documents. Submissions are screened by a professional curation team for relevance and quality, but are not subjected to peer review. Biology, chemistry, medicine (except clinical trials), and earth science are covered. RSS feeds and e-mail notices of new submissions available.
This site is a repository of three-dimensional structural information about nucleic acids.
This is a database of human genes and genetic disorders.
This site has a list of available phylogeny programs that are available on the Web.
The single worldwide repository for the processing and distribution of 3-D structure data of large molecules of proteins and nucleic acids. New structures are released each Wednesday by 1:00am Pacific time. Maintained by the Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics (RCSB).
Derived from the acclaimed Methods in molecular biology series. Contains all the major procedures needed for isolating, characterizing, and analyzing proteins, including powerful new techniques in mass spectroscopy and immunochemistry.
Proteomics tools for mining sequence databases in conjunction with Mass Spectrometry experiments
This site has multiple tools that are used in proteomics research.
PubMed provides free, worldwide access to MEDLINE. It also contains links to the full-text versions of articles at participating publishers' Web sites and access to PREMEDLINE basic citation information. NOTE: accessing PubMed through this URL will provide links to online, full-text articles available through KSU and OhioLINK.
This brochure is a guide to using PubMed.
PubMed Central (PMC) is the U.S. National Library of Medicine's free digital archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature.
This is a beginner's guide to utilizing the PubMed database. This first module is an orientation to the PubMed site.
This is the second of eight modules designed to be a beginner's guide to using PubMed. This module is about doing keyword searches on PubMed.
This is the third of eight modules designed to be a beginner's guide to using PubMed. This module is a review of Boolean Operators.
This is the fourth of eight modules designed to be a beginner's guide to PubMed. This module is focused on showing how to use Boolean Operators in PubMed.
This is the fifth of eight modules designed to be a beginner's guide to PubMed. This module teaches how to do an author search in PubMed.
This module is designed to help new users of PubMed to understand their search results.
This module of the PubMed Tutorial focuses on how to e-mail, save, or print you citation list.
This last module of the PubMed Tutorial is designed to help new users to find print journals in the library once they have created a citation list.
This site has PCR protocols in molecular toxicology
The RCSB Protein Data Bank is an information portal to biological macromolecular structures.
The Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution is an international society that exists to provide facilities for association and communication among molecular evolutionists, and has as one of its primary goals to increase communication between the fields of evolution and molecular biology.
TAIR is a comprehensive resource for the scientific community working with Arabidopsis thaliana.
The Arrowsmith Project links documents, disciplines, investigators, and databases. This site includes tools for working with Medline (PubMed), a Compendium of Biomedical Text Mining Tools, etc.
The Biology Project is an interactive online resource for learning biology, developed at The University of Arizona.
This site is a tutorial in the areas of genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics.
The Los Alamos National Laboratory's Influenza Sequence Database is a curated database of nucleotide sequences.
The Interactive Fly is a cyberspace guide to Drosophila development and metazoan evolution.
This site is a guide to writing literature reviews.
This site is a tutorial for medical biochemistry.
This is a guide to writing a journal-style scientific paper.
This site gives recommendations for troubleshooting DNA sequencing data. See chapter 7.
This is a troubleshooting site for PCR and multiplex PCR.
This site contains the reference sequence and working draft assemblies for a large collection of genomes. It also provides a portal to the ENCODE project.
Uni-Prot/Swiss-Prot is a curated protein sequence database.
UniProt (Universal Protein Resource) is a comprehensive catalog of information on protein sequences and functions.
This site houses animations of cellular biology concepts.
This is a guide how to write scientific papers.
YASS is a program that allows you to perform DNA local alignment of genomic sequences.
This site has available software programs and a data set of Rel/NF-kB Human target genes.
This site is focused on microRNA data. It has three sections: miRBase sequences, miRBase targets, and a miRBase registry.
This site by the Computational Biology Center at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center has information on Human microRNA targets, Drosophilia microRNA targets, and Zebrafish microRNA targets.
Bisexuals
Search this primarily full-text database of publications that focus on how gender impacts a broad spectrum of subject areas. Publications include scholarly journals, magazines, newspapers, newsletters, regional publications, books, booklets and pamphlets, conference proceedings, and government publications, non-governmental organization (NGO) publications, and special reports. Coverage extends from 1970 to the present, with most material published since 1990.
LGBT Life provides indexing and abstract coverage of the world's literature regarding Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender issues. Disciplines covered include civil liberties, culture, employment, family, history, politics, psychology, religion, sociology and more.
Blacks
Included are some in-depth articles, a listing to other sites of value and links to selected full-text articles. This site is produced and maintained by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of International Information Programs (usinfo.state.gov).
Site which serves as an online exhibit of the Library of Congress' Resource Guide for the Study of Black History & Culture.
Provided by Columbia University, this subject guide focuses on online primary sources in African American Studies.
Shelved on the 8th Floor, Main Library. Call #: F 1629 .B55 A37 2003
Shelved in the Reference Collection - 1st floor, Main Library. Call #: DT 14 .A37435 1999
check KentLINK for location and availability.
check KentLINK for location and availability.
Resources for students enrolled in PAS 24407
Includes biographical profiles of prominent members of the international Black community.
check KentLINK for location and availability.
An interdisciplinary index that includes over 150 scholarly and popular journals, which cover art, cultural criticism, economics, education, health, history, language and literature, law, philosophy, politics, religion, and sociology, and more.
Use these databases to find journal articles in Pan African Studies and related topics
check KentLINK for location and availability.
Selected materials from the Schomburg Center. Includes digitized images from the collections, online exhibits and information about the collections of the Schomburg Center.
check KentLINK for location and availability.
Boards of trade
Links to local chambers of commerce throughout the United States.
booking
Kent State University Classroom Equipment Requests
books
List of links about Libraries and Media Services
A subject guide for anyone interested in locating resources in accounting
Information about electronic article delivery and Interlibrary Loan Services.
Links to online bookstores and sites offering free book reviews.
Provides links to online bookstores and sites on the free web that provide book reviews.
Floor maps of floors 4-9 showing where call number can be found in the stacks.
Circulation Department homepage
consumer behavior, lifestyle and spending
Print resources for economics subject guide page
Electronic books available at Kent State.
This page lists web resources for finding information related to entrepreneurship
A list of resources of particular interest to students enrolled in the EMBA program
A collection of web resources and books to learn about various careers, jobs or occupations.
In conjunction with Kent State University's Celebration of Scholarship, University Libraries hosted a Faculty Recognition Program to honor faculty who had received tenure and/or promotion in the last year.
In conjunction with Kent State University's Celebration of Scholarship, University Libraries hosted a Faculty Recognition Program to honor faculty who had received tenure and/or promotion in the last year.
A collection of print and electronic resources for those interested in or majoring in Finance
Links to library catalogs to help you find books and audio visual materials available at Kent State in the library's collections and through library services.
Instructions for library users who cannot find a book on shelf.
Instructions for library users who cannot find a book on shelf.
Instructions on how to read and decipher Library of Congress (LC) call numbers in order to locate a book in the Kent Campus Main Library.
A list of sites offering job postings
Subject guide page for Journalism
Delivery of library materials to the departmental offices of faculty, staff, and graduate assistants.
Locations of library book drops on the Kent Campus.
e-Books: What Do We Have, and How Do I Find and Use Them? An overview of our many e-book collections: how to find them in KentLINK, how to use their various interfaces, how to find them in the OhioLINK Electronic Book Center, and which sites let you make a personal profile.
Table of loan periods, renewals, and fines for various item types and patron categories.
Search here for new materials by department, date added to KentLINK, material type, subject keywords or any combination of these items. This information is updated monthly and was last updated on September 1, 2005.
Print resources for accounting
A list of reference materials and periodicals for business
Print resources for finance
A list of resources for researching employers in preparation for interviewing.
Look here for resources pertaining to specific professions or majors.
A list of helpful books for writing resumes and cover letters and preparing for interviews.
Guide to texts of speeches plus criticism and background.
Textbook Resources: Options for purchase, rental and sale of college textbooks.
University Libraries offers bookplates in recognition of an individual.
Quick overview about University Libraries, from services to events.
Books -- Reviews
New York: The H. W. Wilson Company Ref Z1219 .C96 (Some volumes are at the Regional Depository) An annual index to book reviews published in 95 selected periodicals. Each citation contains an excerpt from the review.
Information on book reviews. Gives citations and some full text of reviews for more than 550,000 books of adult and juvenile fiction and non-fiction.
Links to online bookstores and sites offering free book reviews.
List of ranked and evaluated research databases and web sites for locating book reviews.
Woodbridge Ct. : Research Publications, Inc. Call #: Z6265 .C64x 1982 NOTE: all volumes are at the Regional Depository; use KentLINK to request them.
Arlington, Va. : Carrollton Press Call #: Z1035.A1 C64
Doody's Core Titles presents a comprehensive list of core titles in 121 specialties in clinical medicine, basic science, nursing, allied health, and other health-related disciplines. A completely new edition is published each year. Access is limited to the Kent campus. When you click on this link, you will be directed to login with your Flashline login and then you will get the login information for connecting to Doody's.
Provides book and software reviews for the humanities and social sciences.
Williamston, MI: P. Thomson Call #: Z1035.A1 I63
Offers daily and Sunday book reviews from the Los Angelas Times
Offers free access to book reviews from the New York Times dating back to 1996.
PsycCritiques is a database of full-text reviews of current books, some popular films, and comparative reviews of books. It replaced the APA print journal titled Contemporary Psychology: APA review of books, as of January 2005. Weekly releases include current year copyright book reviews.
Specializes in reviews of African American authors.
Includes selections from the book reviews and essays contained in the Semiotic Review of Books, a multidisciplinary journal publishing exclusively review articles.
borrowing
Information about electronic article delivery and Interlibrary Loan Services.
Describes conditions which will cause patron library records to be blocked; describes billing rates and schedules for various item types.
This document describes who, in addition to faculty, students, and staff, may obtain borrowing privileges, and how to obtain borrowing privileges.
Outlines the ways in which high school students can borrow materials from Kent State University's Kent Library.
Circulation Department homepage
Kent State University Classroom Equipment Requests
A list of resources of particular interest to students enrolled in the EMBA program
Information about library notices, and email notification sign-up for non- 'kent.edu' email accounts.
Table of loan periods, renewals, and fines for various item types and patron categories.
Proxy borrowing information, by which library patrons may designate other individuals to request, pick up, and borrow material in the patron's name.
Kent State University Cameras and Camcorders.
branch
Listing of the branch libraries at Kent State University
Brief description of opportunities available through any of the branch libraries on the Kent Campus.
descriptions of branch library positions for undergraduate students.
Locations of library book drops on the Kent Campus.
Homepage of the June F. Mohler Fashion Library
Links to library locations, services and departments, building guide, library tour and campuses. Also includes web calendar to main library building hours, links to hours for department and services hours, and printable archive of hours.
Quick overview about University Libraries, from services to events.
Brand choice
Ref HF5415.3 .E527 "Approximately 600 of the most popular brands in America" are highlighted in this three-volume set. Vol. I covers Consumable Products, Vol. II covers Personal Products, and Vol. III covers Durable Goods. Some entries are for individual products, such as Twinkies or Scotch Tape, while others are for brand names such as Pillsbury or Sony. Entries include brand history, current status, current brand logos or photos, and sources for additional information.
Brand name products
Ref Index Table HF6182 .U5 A39 Profiles brands, products, and services marketed in the United States for which a minimum of $250,000 is spent or is projected to be spent annually. Its main section is arranged alphabetically by brand name and for each brand includes information such as address, phone, URL, year brand established, ultimate parent organization, annual media expenditures, lead advertising agency, and key personnel. "Product Category," "Brand Marketer," and "Geographical" indexes are found at the back.
Ref HF5415.3 .E527 "Approximately 600 of the most popular brands in America" are highlighted in this three-volume set. Vol. I covers Consumable Products, Vol. II covers Personal Products, and Vol. III covers Durable Goods. Some entries are for individual products, such as Twinkies or Scotch Tape, while others are for brand names such as Pillsbury or Sony. Entries include brand history, current status, current brand logos or photos, and sources for additional information.
Ref 5415.15 .C56x cop. 2 Profiles 34 consumer brands with social significance.
Brandeis University
Research in the areas of liquid crystals, colloids, self-assembly, macromolecular crowding, protein crystallization, microfluidics, granular rods, electrorheological fluids, virus suspensions, biopolymers, macromolecular suspensions, instabilities in liquid crystals, electro-optics of liquid crystals and more.
Broadcasting -- Directories
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Listings for radio and television stations and cable companies, print media, and broadcast media. Includes contact info and key personnel.
Brown University
Studies condensed matter physics to seek an understanding of the macroscopic behavior of condensed matter from their microscopic interactions and symmetries through experiments. Links to other research groups and more.
Budget Office see Business Services
building
Floor maps of floors 4-9 showing where call number can be found in the stacks.
Building Guide for Kent State University's Main Library on the Kent Campus. The Main Library is 12 stories tall - the tallest building in Kent. This guide lists what services are available on each floor.
Building Guide for Kent State University's Main Library on the Kent Campus. The Main Library is 12 stories tall - the tallest building in Kent. This guide lists what services are available on each floor.
Building Guide for Kent State University's Main Library on the Kent Campus. The Main Library is 12 stories tall - the tallest building in Kent. This guide lists what services are available on each floor.
Circulation Department homepage
Links to library locations, services and departments, building guide, library tour and campuses. Also includes web calendar to main library building hours, links to hours for department and services hours, and printable archive of hours.
Sign posting policies for the University Library
Building materials -- Environmental aspects -- Databases
The online resource package includes: sustainable design strategies, green building materials, case studies of high performance buildings, technical information, authoritative articles, assessment of green materials, and teaching resources. Issues of Environmental Building News are included from 1992 to present.
Business
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EMBA - 67010 Effective Communication - Jack Richiutto
This dictionary provides definitions of financial terms along with comprehensive coverage of financial accounting, financial reporting, management accounting, direct and indirect taxation, corporate finance, and auditing.
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A subject guide for anyone interested in locating resources in accounting
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Use this website to find annual reports. Searchable by company or industry
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Provides access to business and consumer alerts, business reports databases, charity reports and standards, and an online resource library. Also allows you to file a complaint online. Provided by the Council of Better Business Bureaus, Inc., and the BBB system of over 150 Bureaus located throughout the United States and Canada.
List of ranked, evaluated databases for researching topics in business, economics and marketing.
Subject guide for Business
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Has full text for more than 10,300 serials. Contains scholarly publications covering all disciplines of business including marketing, management, economics, finance, accounting, and MIS. Additional materials include country economic reports, case studies company profiles, SWOT analyses and industry reports. Coverage varies by title, but in general dates back to the mid 1990s. Updated daily.
This site from the Small Business Administration is a gateway to government Websites and resources related to domestic and international economics, commerce, and industry.
Instructions for installing CRSP to access U.S. Stock Databases and U.S. Indices Database.
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Leading search engine fand comphrehensive directory for chemical and related industry professionals. Includes access to chemical names, jobs, market research and consultants.
Browse the Citysearch Yellow Pages to find recommended shops and services for cities throughout the United States.
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List of databases associated with Economics
Freely accessible web sites for Economics subject guide
Full-text coverage of selected journals in the areas of arts, humanities, math, medicine, science, engineering, computer science, and social sciences. This link gives the current status of access to EJC titles. For some, links are provided through publishers' web sites.
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This page lists web resources for finding information related to entrepreneurship
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Factiva is a good source for international business and company news. It includes full text news reports from more than 10,000 sources from 159 countries and available in 22 languages.
A collection of print and electronic resources for those interested in or majoring in Finance
A listing of Web sites for business research
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List of ranked, evaluated databases for researching topics in Information Architecture and Knowledge Management.
Gives information on the development of the world's 4,550 largest companies. Entries provide information on founders, expansions and losses, labor/management actions, NAICS codes, key dates, ticker symbol, principal subsidiaries, and competitors and other significant milestones.
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Contains the full-text of newspapers for the past 20 years, federal and state case law and legislative materials, law reviews, company news and financial information, medical and health information, general information sources and much more. Updates and coverage vary by section.
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Print resources for accounting
A list of reference materials and periodicals for business
Print resources for finance
A full text database that incorporates coverage of 75 business journals, newspapers and newswires from all metropolitan and rural areas within the United States. This database is updated on a daily basis.
HF1001.R44 2000
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This web site offers an international calendar of IT and business technology events, conferences, and courses. Viewing events is free of charge.
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Subscriber access to journals across many subject areas, published by Wiley. Many may also be available in OhioLINK's Electronic Journal Center.
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Contains records to over 100 million items in most (if not all) subject areas. Materials may include books, computer data files and programs, films, journal and magazine titles, newspapers, manuscripts, musical scores, and more. Not included are individual articles, stories, or book chapters. Updated daily.
Finance information available from Yahoo!
Business -- Bibliography
This Spanish language database, focuses on business and economics. Search using author keywords supplied in Spanish and English. More than 60,000 records, dating back to the early 1980s, provide coverage for over 200 Spanish and Portuguese-language periodicals published in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Spain and the United States.
Business -- Databases
Use this website to find annual reports. Searchable by company or industry
The Bank Regulatory Database contains five databases for regulated depository financial institutions. These databases provide accounting data for bank holding companies, commercial banks, savings banks, and savings and loans institutions. The source of the data comes from the required regulatory forms filed for supervising purposes
The Blockholders dataset contains standardized data for blockholders of 1,913 companies. The data was cleaned from biases and mistakes usually observed in the standard source for this particular type of data. Blockholders' data is reported by firm for the period 1996-2001.
The CBOE (Chicago Board Options Exchange) Volatility Index® (VIX®) is a key measure of market expectations of near-term volatility conveyed by S&P 500 stock index option prices.
The CUSIP Service Bureau, which is operated by Standard & Poor's for the American Bankers Association, exists for the primary purpose of uniquely identifying issuers and issues of financial instruments within a standard framework, and disseminating this data to the financial marketplace via various media.
Compustat North America is a database of U.S. and Canadian fundamental and market information on active and inactive publicly held companies. It provides more than 300 annual and 100 quarterly Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Statement of Cash Flows, and supplemental data items.
Direct Marketing Educational Foundation (DMEF) Four individual data sets, each containing customer buying history for about 100,000 customers of nationally known catalog and non-profit database marketing businesses are available through DMEF to approved academic researchers for use within academic situations.
Dow Jones Averages & Total Return Indexes The Dow Jones Averages are comprised of The Daily and Monthly Dow Jones Composite (DJA), as well as The Dow Jones Industrial (DJI), The Dow Jones Transportation (DJT), The Dow Jones Utility (DJU), The Dow 10, and The Dow 5. The Dow Jones Total Return Indexes are introduced by Dow Jones Indexes as part of the Dow Jones Total Market Index Series. The Total Return Indexes account for reinvested dividends. Data for the Total Return Indexes is available after 1987.
This Spanish language database, focuses on business and economics. Search using author keywords supplied in Spanish and English. More than 60,000 records, dating back to the early 1980s, provide coverage for over 200 Spanish and Portuguese-language periodicals published in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Spain and the United States.
Factiva is a good source for international business and company news. It includes full text news reports from more than 10,000 sources from 159 countries and available in 22 languages.
The Fama-French Portfolios are constructed from the intersections of two portfolios formed on size, as measured by market equity (ME), and three portfolios using the ratio of book equity to market equity (BE/ME) as a proxy for value.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) datasets contains historical financial data for all entities filing the Report of Condition and Income (Call Report) and some savings institutions filing the OTS Thrift Financial Report (TFR). These entities include commercial banks, savings banks, or savings and loans.
The Federal Reserve Bank Reports in WRDS contain three databases collected from Federal Reserve Banks: two of them come from Reports published from the Federal Reserve Board; the other one comes from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
A collection of print and electronic resources for those interested in or majoring in Finance
Provides detailed information about industries. Offers lengthy research reports on industry markets, brief reports on business environments, and company profiles.
The Biz/ed Internet Catalogue provides a list of high quality Internet information for students, researchers and practitioners in the areas of business, management, and economics.
Provides access to full text of reports and news about hundreds of countries, including the business and economic situation of a country, analysis of specific industries within a country, export market reports, potential political, financial and economic risks to business investments and trade, and news about a country. Includes global business content on 190 countries, their industries, and consumer trends.
The Penn World Tables provides national income accounts-type of variables converted to international prices. The homogenization of national accounts to a common numeraire allows valid comparisons of income among countries.
The Philadelphia Stock Exchange founded in 1790 is the oldest organized stock exchange in the nation. As one of North America's primary marketplaces for the trading of stocks, equity options, index options and currency options, the PHLX continues to be a market leader in the development and introduction of innovative new products and services.
SEC-mandated Disclosure of Order Execution Statistics On November 15, 2000, the SEC adopted new rules aimed at improving public disclosure of order execution and routing practices. As a result of Rule 11Ac1-5, market centers that trade national market system securities must make monthly, electronic disclosures of basic information concerning their quality of executions on a stock-by-stock basis.
TRACE - Trade Reporting and Compliance Engine is FINRA's over-the-counter (OTC) corporate bond market real-time price dissemination service. Bringing transparency to the corporate bond market, it helps create a level playing field for all market participants by providing comprehensive, real-time access to corporate bond price information.
Thomson Reuters is a global provider of data, analysis and information tools offering the most comprehensive range of indispensable, market-leading services and customizable solutions to help clients make better decisions, be more productive and achieve superior financial results.
Full-text coverage for French language business journals. Includes articles on accounting & tax, administration, industry & manufacturing, marketing, logistics, and technology.
Thomson Reuters is a global provider of data, analysis and information tools offering the most comprehensive range of indispensable, market-leading services and customizable solutions to help clients make better decisions, be more productive and achieve superior financial results.
Business -- Examinations -- Evaluation
10 Vol. Daniel J. Keyser, Richard C. Sweetland. Kansas City, MO: Test Corporation of America, 1984- . Ref BF 176.T419 1984 Three to four page descriptions of educational and psychological tests discussing use, validity, reliability. Includes critiques of the test and a list of references for further information.
Business -- Periodicals -- Databases
A subject guide for anyone interested in locating resources in accounting
Has full text for more than 10,300 serials. Contains scholarly publications covering all disciplines of business including marketing, management, economics, finance, accounting, and MIS. Additional materials include country economic reports, case studies company profiles, SWOT analyses and industry reports. Coverage varies by title, but in general dates back to the mid 1990s. Updated daily.
Factiva is a good source for international business and company news. It includes full text news reports from more than 10,000 sources from 159 countries and available in 22 languages.
Business -- Periodicals -- Indexes
This Spanish language database, focuses on business and economics. Search using author keywords supplied in Spanish and English. More than 60,000 records, dating back to the early 1980s, provide coverage for over 200 Spanish and Portuguese-language periodicals published in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Spain and the United States.
Factiva is a good source for international business and company news. It includes full text news reports from more than 10,000 sources from 159 countries and available in 22 languages.
Full-text coverage for French language business journals. Includes articles on accounting & tax, administration, industry & manufacturing, marketing, logistics, and technology.
Business information services
A subject guide for anyone interested in locating resources in accounting
Business law
A collection of print and electronic resources for those interested in or majoring in Finance
Business Names
Ref T223 .V4 A22 Lists over 358,000 consumer brands along with the type of product represented by the brand and the name of the manufacturer or distributor of the brand. Names and addresses of manufacturers and distributors follow the listing of brands.
Ref T223 .V1 C66 Each company-and-address entry is followed by an alphabetical listing of its brands.
Ref 5415.15 .C56x cop. 2 Profiles 34 consumer brands with social significance.
Business Services
Billing Office
Business Services Staff
Research Carrel Application Form
Business students -- Employment
A subject guide for anyone interested in locating resources in accounting
A list of reference materials and periodicals for business
Business tax
A collection of print and electronic resources for those interested in or majoring in Finance
This page links businesses to information related to federal business taxes.
This page links you to some of the government services and information you need as a business taxpayer of the State of Ohio.
Tax resources selected by KSU librarians.