Site Index

Macroeconomics -- Encyclopedias
MAIN Ref HB172.5 .E55 2002
Macromolecules -- Optical properties
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.
Magnetic resonance imaging
A free access spectroscopy portal and "Community of Interest" website that provides information about Mass Spectrometry (incorporating Base Peak), X-ray Spectrometry, NMR (incorporating NMR Knowledge Base), Chemometrics (incorporating Chemometrics World), Infrared Atomic Spectroscopy, Raman Spectroscopy, Ultraviolet, MRI, and Proteomics.
Main Library
Online resources for learning about, and using GIS (Geographic Information Systems).
Archive of Kent Campus aerial photos and development plans from 1910 - 1943.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1910 - 1943.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1944 - 1963.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1963 - 1971.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1971 - 1991.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1991 - 2006.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 2006 - Present.
Archive of Kent State regional campus maps, aerial photgraphs, and development plans from 2004.
Archive of campus maps, aerial photographs, and development plans from 1910 to the present for Kent State University's eight campuses.
Printing options and procedures for the Reference Center.
Male consumers -- United States -- Statistics
Ref Index Table HQ1090.3 .A457 2002
This page contains a list of online fashion design and merchandising resources focused on men and the menswear industry.
This site by the publishers of GQ magazine allows visitors to view menswear runway shows organized by designer and season. The most current runway shows are viewable as well as shows for approximately the last five years. Fashion previews and commentaries are also available.
This blog functions as an "internet magazine for men that have flair for style." Several regular columns provide articles and commentaries on events in the field of men's design and fashion. The Resources tab takes visitors to links of designers, magazines and webzines and retailers.
Manners and customs -- History -- Encyclopedias
Call #: GT31 .G74 2004 (shelved in the Reference Collection, 1st floor, Main Library). In 6 volumes, each volume focusing on a given era (volume 6 is the modern world). Presents a complete overview of life in that era, including domestic life, economic life, recreational life and religious life. See also the "Daily Life in" series (search in KentLINK by title: daily life in)
manuals
Student Multimedia Studio Home Page
Student Multimedia Studio Hours and Contact Information
Student Multimedia Studio Student Support
Manufactures -- United States -- Directories
Ref qT12 .T6 Products and services are listed alphabetically and serve as a "yellow pages" for the entire United States. Also contains a directory of over 173,000 U.S. companies and catalogs of selected companies. A Trademarks and Brand Names Index accompanies the set. Online access available at http://www.thomasregister.com/Home.aspx?sid=&uuid=TRGuest
Manufacturing processes
This division of NIST uses information technology to implement computer-aided integrated manufacturing systems.
Map Library
Description of the collection in the Map Library.
Online sources of aerial photographs and photography files, as well as ordering information.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Africa.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Antarctica.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Asia.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Australia and New Zealand.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Canada.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Central America and the Caribbean.
A list of good web sites that describe how to cite a map, an atlas, or cartographic material from print, online, dynamic or static.
Resources for weather and climate selected by KSU librarians.
Converting downloaded files from Census and Mapping files into usable dbf files for ArcView. (Page 1 of 2)
Converting downloaded files from Census and Mapping files into usable dbf files for ArcView. (Page 2 of 2)
Online sources for demographic statistical data for use alone or with GIS systems.
Directions to the Kent campus and Map Library.
Data download page of mapping census data tutorial. (Page 1 of 4)
Data download page of mapping census data tutorial. (Page 2 of 4)
Data download page of mapping census data tutorial. (Page 3 of 4)
Data download page of mapping census data tutorial. (Page 4 of 4)
Data download page of GIS Mapping Tutorial. (Page 1 of 4)
Data download page of GIS Mapping Tutorial. (Page 2 of 4)
Data download page of GIS Mapping Tutorial. (Page 3 of 4)
Data download page of GIS Mapping Tutorial. (Page 4 of 4)
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the East North Central states: IL, IN, MI, MN, OH.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the East South Central states: AL, KY, MS, TN.
Online maps and mapping sites that provide environmental and natural resource information.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Eurasia.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Europe.
Online resources for learning about, and using GIS (Geographic Information Systems).
These resources are helpful in working with Geographic Information Systems and GIS data.
Online gazetteers and resources that provide place names throughout history as well as geographical information related to that place.
Online mapping sites for a variety of purposes, electronic maps, latitude/ longitude, distance, etc., many interactive.
United States Government Agencies that provide mapping, GIS, and other geographic and geologic resources.
Mapping and data resources related to the Great Lakes.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Greenland and Iceland.
Sources for historical and history related maps and atlases.
How to locate maps in the Map Library by subject or by call number. Describes browsing techniques and tips for reading call numbers.
How to locate maps in the Map Library by subject or by call number. Describes browsing techniques and tips for reading call numbers.
Online sites that give access to international map collections and geographical information related to that country; North America and the United Kingdom.
Archive of Kent Campus aerial photos and development plans from 1910 - 1943.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1910 - 1943.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1944 - 1963.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1963 - 1971.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1971 - 1991.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1991 - 2006.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 2006 - Present.
Archive of Kent State regional campus maps, aerial photgraphs, and development plans from 2004.
Archive of campus maps, aerial photographs, and development plans from 1910 to the present for Kent State University's eight campuses.
Brief description and overview of all branch libraries, reference collection, gov docs, and spec coll.
Collection of resources about publishing and purchasing maps.
Resources related to map libraries, collection and compilations chosen by Kent State librarians.
Home page for the Map Library at Kent State.
description of duties and responsibilities for students working in the Map Library.
List of contacts for the Map Library faculty and staff.
Contact information for the faculty and staff at the Map Library.
Hours of operation for the Map Library.
Provides mapping and data resources by region of the United States, or by region of the world.
Subject guides to online resources selected by the staff of the Map Library.
Map Library GIS tutorial.
Data download page of ArcView data tutorial. (Page 1 of 4)
Data download page of ArcView data tutorial. (Page 2 of 4)
Data download page of ArcView data tutorial. (Page 3 of 4)
Data download page of ArcView data tutorial. (Page 4 of 4)
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the Middle Atlantic states: DE, MD, NJ, NY, PA.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the New England states: CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT.
This page describes the Nirenstein Realty Atlas Collection housed at Kent State University. It includes a finding aid to the pieces in the collection.
Resources about Ohio and local maps selected by KSU librarians.
Links to GIS Data sets, online maps, and other resources for geospatial research.
Resources for finding outline maps online selected by KSU librarians.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the Pacific states: AK, CA, HI, OR, WA.
Current policies for the Map Library.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the Rocky Mountain states: AZ, CO, ID, MT, NM, NV, UT, WY.
Services and facilties available at the Map Library.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of South America.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the South Atlantic states: FL, GA, NC, SC, VA, WV.
A listing of teaching collections and map sets not indexed in the online catalog, but open to faculty, staff and students for checkout or Map Library use.
A listing of teaching collections and map sets not indexed in the online catalog, but open to faculty, staff and students for checkout or Map Library use.
Resources for topographic maps selected by KSU librarians.
Resources for maps of the United States selected by KSU librarians.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the comprehensive United States.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the West North Central states: IA, KS, MO, MN, ND, NE, SD.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the West South Central states: AR, LA, OK, TX.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the World.
Maps
This full text atlas is a discussion of human ecology and the impact of population on the environment is published by the American Association for the advancement of Science. A mix of text discussion, diagrams and maps, it examines various aspects of the environment and possible human impact factors. Maps load larger in separate windows, and articles can be printed to pdf.
Description of the collection in the Map Library.
This site provides access to various maps and general geography information. The Geology page contains similar information, as well as links to Geologic Maps of the States and a variety of other Earth Science Maps.
This site provides both country and state outline maps for free personal use.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Africa.
This site provides digital copies of 113 maps of Africa dating from the mid 16th to early 20th century. Included are thumbnail jpeg images with features such as zoom, pan, rotate, fit to window, and print. A descriptive bibliographic record accompanies each image.
This non profit foundation provides a searchable catalog of digitally scanned, high resolution scans of maps of Africa. The site has over 1000 maps and continues to add content. Materials are from historic sources with current and historic names. Metadata is provided with the map record.
Online zoning maps of Akron, Ohio. Maps are in pdf format for printing or download and are in color.
The Alabama Geographic Information Systems develops, maintains, manages, and disseminates digital geographic information related to the mineral, energy, water, biological, and other natural resources of Alabama. The site provides interactive maps, geospatial data, GIS links, and a metadata clearinghouse.
Alaska Geological and Geophysical Surveys provides maps of Alaska, including tectonic maps; oil, gas, and coal resource maps; maps of mines; maps of mineral and geothermal resources; and maps of volcanoes.
State Geospatial Clearinghouse provides GIS data downloads for natural resources, wildlife as well as boundary and land status. Provides links to other agency data pages and online mapping.
Contains full color physical and political maps as well as key facts and statistics on countries of the world.
The Library of Congress American Memory Collection of online maps and other historical information. Collection is searchable, and images are digitized elements of the collection.
This site provides links to official state home pages for each of the fifty United States.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Antarctica.
The Arctic Theme Page, sponsored by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, provides extensive maps of the Artctic, including wildlife maps, reference maps with place names, topographic maps, city maps, historical maps, aboriginal maps, flora and fauna maps, interactive maps, and other maps. The site also provides a great deal of other information and data about the arctic, as well as links to related sites.
Arizona Department of Environmental Quality eMaps provide an interactive map of Arizona that can be searched for specific features such as boundries, cities, towns, Native American lands, hydrography, transportation, water quality, and similar features.
The Arizona Regional Image Archive provides aerial images of Arizona, other western states, and Mexico. In addition, the site provides a tutorial for land cover change monitoring, links to other sensing education resources, and links to other web resources for geospatial technology.
The Arkansas Geographic Information Systems Gateway provides access to Arkansas' GeoData Clearinghouse, which includes a map viewer, data finder, raster maps, and GeoStor applications. In addition, the site provides links to the Arkansas State Land Information Board, Arkansas Geographic Information Office, Arkansas GIS Users Forum, and state's Chief Information Officer, as well as providing information about the state's ongoing GIS project.
This site features links to Arkansas maps and aerial photos. Maps include historic and contemporary maps, street maps, and U.S. government maps. Many geospatial and attribute data links are also included for a variety of great sites. There is also a link to download ArcExplorer which is a GIS data viewer.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Asia.
The Atlas Nacional Interactivo de Mexico is a service of the Instituto de Geografía, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, the nation's largest and most influential center for geographic study. The Web site is only available in Spanish. The site provides a wide range of interactive current and historical maps of Mexico, as well as descriptions of the Institute's research, publications, and career opportunities. Maps can be scanned, zoomed, and printed.
USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2006-5139 covering the impact of weather on wildfires. Explores and links climate and wildfire conditions. The full report is available in PDF format.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Australia and New Zealand.
This site is an index to online resources about Australia. A variety of resources are included on this website. Satellite imagery is available with and without Java. 1:250,000 scanned geology maps can be downloaded. 1:1 million topos can also be viewed.
267 historical maps from the 1910 Survey of Austria-Hungary are available to download (in jpeg format), zoom, and print. The site includes an index sheet of the general map of Central Europe (at a scale of 1:200 000). Data on the maps is also available. Though the site is primarily in Austrian, the data categories are also listed in English. Categories include Title, Current Name, Year, Relief, and Remarks. Unavailable map sheets are listed by number.
The Geological Survey of Austria provides a digital mapping tool (click on "GBA-ONLINE, " then click on "Geologische Karten Online"), as well as various maps of Austria, including digital, geoscientific, geological, area, hydrological, and special maps. Other information regarding Austria's geology is provided, as are links to related sites. Most of the site is in German, but limited parts are in English.
These state outline maps indicate state capitols and major cities.
Oxford University's Bodleian Library Map Room has prepared this extensive list of map links. Catagories include online maps and map journals, GIS links, gazetteers, map libraries and museums, remote sensing and weather maps, and mapping organizations, resources, and societies.
The Brazil Geological Survey site provides an interactive map of Brazil that allows searching of boundries; precious, base, and ferrous metals; gemstones; industrial materials; energy resources; construction materials; mineral resources; oil fields; and rivers. The map also allows searching of oceanic resources and features and techtonic, geological, and other maps. The site is in Portugese.
The Broer Map Collection includes historic maps and foreign language atlases from around the world along with road atlases from many eras. The maps range from the 16th through 20th century, with a focus on 19th and 20th century items. Maps can be searched by region, country, continent, or through the search engine. The site offers Google Earth so that certain historic maps can be compared from past to present. Images are offered in thumbnails that can be enlarged, with zoom, pan, and rotation features.
The Bulgarian Geological Institute provides geological maps and data regarding Bulgaria. Some of the site is in English, but much of it is in Bulgarian.
Central Intelligence Agency lists of publications; includes maps and links to World Factbook and other geographic information.
California Geographical Survey provides an electronic map library that includes panoramic aerial images of the world, California, Hawaii, and other western states as well as cities throughout the United States. The site also includes digital elevation models of the western states.
Created by the state of California's Department of Conservation, the California Geotour site contains an interactive index of Web pages, containing geologic field guides with photographs, maps, texts and directions for local natural features across the state, all downloadable in .pdf format.
The map room section of this well-resourced government-funded public resource has grown in recent months, providing an excellent resource for those interested in policy matters, geography and urban studies. In particular, a section of interactive maps focusing on housing, population, water and environment has been added, providing a variety of well-detailed and useful levels of study and examination in each map.
A variety of links are listed on this web site to map resources. Links include; The California Spatial Information Library, Lake Tahoe area maps, California Geographical Survey Electronic Map Library, wetland maps, USGS Maps for the San Francisco Bay area, maps of the San Diego area, and more.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Canada.
The University of Calgary GIS Data site includes online digital orthophotos of Calgary and other local areas. The site also provides descriptions and ordering information for other maps. In addition, the site provides links to related sites.
Produced by the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, an interactive atlas of Canada. It is based on the print title produced by the Royal Society. Users can explore several atlas layers for the entire country, and print maps created. Also includes interactive children's atlas and geographic explorer.
Interactive maps of Canada which can be altered, viewed, and printed according to user specifications.
Find out information about a specific place in Canada by typing in a geographical name or typing in the latitude and longitude. Information about a geographic name includes location of the place in terms of province and/or territory, feature type (e.g. city ; bay), location in terms of city or town, and latitude and longitude. Maps that show the location of a place can be obtained as well.
National Institutes of Health interactive data on cancer mortality from 1950-1994. Includes mortality maps, interactive charts and graphs, and the Atlas of Cancer Mortality in the United States: 1950-94.
Style manual for citing cartographic materials including maps, map sets, atlases as well as globes from various kinds of publication. Gives examples and a glossary of cartographic terms as well as an index to the publication.
The Center for International Earth Science Information Network, a center within Columbia University's Earth Institute, offers downloadable GIS data, maps to various international countries, and a variety of links to similar external sites, free of charge. Includes links to interactive mapping tools and databases.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Central America and the Caribbean.
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.
The China Geological Survey official site, available in English and Chinese, provides a series of small-scale on-screen maps, as well as basic geological information and data for national economy and social development. Maps are available as on-screen images only; no downloads available.
Vectorized base maps of China are included on this website along with links to socioeconomic data, geocoding and database design, and bibliographic resources.
The China Dimensions World Wide Web Home Page includes GIS databases. Sections of the site include; administrative regions, fundamental maps, population and public health, economics, and public policies. The administrative regions section allows you to select the specific region on the map that you want to view.
This site in only available in Chinese. The Chinese government has provided, free of cost, over 400 downloadable maps for public use. The maps of China are available at 14 different scales, with world maps offered in 10 scales. The maps are thematic, including maps of regions, agriculture, traffic, water, shipping, railways, and tourist attractions. On this index page, the first map's scale is 1:500,000,000 and the second's is 1:380,000,000. The first five maps are maps of the world. A helpful guide to Chinese number symbols is available below.
A list of good web sites that describe how to cite a map, an atlas, or cartographic material from print, online, dynamic or static.
This site provides an extensive listing of map and cartography resources. Focus is on Cleveland and Northeast Ohio. Includes NODIS (Northeast Ohio Data and Information Service).
The Cleveland Public Library Map Collection web site provides a detailed description of the library's extensive map holdings along with links to various state and national mapping services.
Online version of Cleveland City Planning Commission maps of zoning districs, wards, and business revitilization districts. Maps are in color and are downloadable in jpeg, tiff, and pdf formats.
Access the following types of state maps: shaded relief, county, black and white, satellite image, map showing a state in 1895, and a PostScript map.
Colorado Aerial Photographs provides access to over 1,700 aerial photographs, taken by U.S. Forest Service, of Boulder, Clear Creek, Eagle, Gilpin, Grand, Jefferson, Larimer, and Summit counties between the years 1938 and 1947. The photographs can be searched or browsed using a map search or a geographic keyword search. Searches will bring up information and metadata about each photograph and a 150 dpi image.
Colorado Division of Water Resources GIS Data and Map Products provides GIS maps, images, and data regarding auqifers, water basins, water district and division boundries, rivers, and other bodies of water in the state of Colorado. The site also provides links to other GIS data sets and provides ordering information for maps.
The Colorado Geological Survey provides a variety of maps about the geology and environment of Colorado. Included are basemaps and maps of general interest, geologic hazards, environmental geology, geothermal resources, and mineral resources. The site also provides a list of publications published by the Colorado Geological Survey and online access to the Survey's "Rock Talk" Newsletter.
The Colorado Virtual Library Resources: Geospatial Data allows users to search six different databases by keyword, bounding box, bounding coordinate, or place name. The databases that can be searched are the Arizona Clearinghouse Node for Spatial Data, the Colorado FGDC Metadata Collection, the Geography Network, the K12 Geospatial Data Clearinghouse Node, the New Mexico Resource Geographic Information System, and the Wyoming Spatial Data Clearinghouse. (To access, click on "Geospatial Data" under "CVL Resources")
The Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection GIS Data site provides extensive maps and data about Connecticut. Included are USGS topographic maps; digital orthophoto quarter quadrangles images; administrative and political boundries; coastal resources; drainage basins; geographic names; geology points, lines, and materials; hydrography; hypsography; land use; open space and recreational property; soil data; transportation data; and waste sources and treatment. Links to related sites are also provided.
Cornell's Geoscience Information Systems page discusses projects that are being developed at the university. There is a link to their Digital Earth Project and an Interactive Mapping Tool. Areas of special interest covered more thoroughly include; the Middle East, North Africa, and the United States. This site also includes a listing of Cornell's Digital Earth Metadata pages.
This site provides maps that show county demarcations for each of the fifty states.
The Czech Geological Survey collects and assess data on the geological composition of the Czech Republic. This site provides an interactive map viewer, geological maps and metadata, and related information. Much of the site has been translated into English, but some parts are only in Czech.
Daily weather maps from 1871-2002 produced by the War Department, Department of Agriculture, and later the Weather Bureau. Scanned images have a zooming feature, and use the Dejavu image viewer. Full images can be saved or printed from the viewer. All marginal text is included in images. This site hosted by the NOAA Central Library.
Daily weather maps from 2003 - present produced by NOAA. Digital maps include surface weather, minimum/ maximum temperature contours, 500 millibar, and precipitation. PDF versions of the maps along with clickable station observations are also available.
Covers major floods from 1985 to the present. Includes downloadable maps with corresponding tables of flooded regions. Also included is the World Atlas of Large Flood Events.
This site contains over 8,000 historical maps including children's maps, national, state and local maps, maps of the world, Europe, Africa, and Asia. The site also allows users to create overlays representing current map changes.
Find out about the latest mapping software, maps, and atlases produced by the DeLorme Mapping Company.
The Delaware Spatial Data Framework site provides extensive data and maps, both current and historic, about Delaware's geology and hydrology, as well as information on the state's paleontology, geophysics, earth science, and mineral resources.
Includes GIS for state and local boundaries, Delaware Orthophotography, links to web mapping sites, and information about weather and climate.
The Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland provides geological and geophysical maps of both Denmark and Greenland, along with related data. The site also includes interactive maps of Greenland. Links to related sites are also provided.
This site features TerraVision which, "is an Open Source distributed, interactive terrain visualization system developed by SRI International." Terravision allows for real-time navigation of a landscape and a 3D view. "The GeoWeb infrastructure provides an open, global, and scalable infrastructure for rapidly discovering information on the Internet associated with a specific latitude/longitude location."
This site provides hundreds of links to various cartographic sites covering a wide variety of topics including government, historical, topographical, and road maps. The site also provides links to online atlases, map related organizations and gazetteers.
University-provided instructions for getting to and finding locations at Kent State University's eight campuses.
World gazetteer that includes satellite images, coordinates and weather information
Find out about Duke University's map collection and GIS/mapping programs on this site. Also provided are links to map sites concerning topics such as aerial photography, satellite imagery, gazetteers, history, travel, weather, and earthquakes.
This site has GIS resources and information appropriate for use in education.
A Google Earth tool, Earth Point allows you to convert Latitude/Longitude or Position into a variety of other points, including degrees/minutes, MGRS and GEOREF. The tool accepts a wide variety of formats.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the East North Central states: IL, IN, MI, MN, OH.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the East South Central states: AL, KY, MS, TN.
This site offers United States, California, and major city atlases. Some map topics include population and race, ancestry, income and poverty, and adult educational attainment.
According to this web site, the focus is on geological mapping of Estonia, mineral resources and groundwater research. The site feature viewable "geophotos."
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Eurasia.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Europe.
Retrieve street maps of the United States and road maps of Canada, Mexico, and Europe as well as get topographic maps of locations around the world. This site offers driving directions to United States addresses and cities in North America. Produced by Microsoft's Expedia travel service.
Eastern European Maps. This site contains maps of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, German Empire, Balkans, Russian Empire, the Asian-Russian Empire, and Scandinavia. These maps were created in the late 1800s to early 1900s.
This web site provides links ot information about flood insurance maps. Enter the FEMA Map Room to obtain maps on disasters, tornado activity, wind zones, and hurricane tracks. Link to an online hazard map site that will help in creating a map of a given area showing the locations where floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, hail storms, and wind storms have taken place.
The Fiji Mapserver contains links to a variety of maps. The site allows one to "create geographic image maps." Maps included on the site are; Fiji Island Maps, Viti Levu, Pacific Cities Project-Suva, and Fiji GPS Base Station. Links are also listed for other map servers from the Pacific area.
The Geological Survey of Finland provides maps and related data regarding Finland: bedrock, surficial deposits, airborne geophysics, marine geology, quaternary deposits, and geochemical. The Survey also provides access to the Foregs Geochemical Atlas of Europe and links to related sites.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection: Geographic Information Systems site has several features. The Geospatial Resources Index offers interactive maps ranging from scientific watershed data to recreational canoe trails. The GeoData Directory is a web-based resource of spatial information available for public download. The ArcIMS Portal provides access to most of the ArcIMS Internet mapping websites. The site also provides a link to Florida's Land Boundary Information System and other related sites.
The Florida Geological Survey - Data and Maps site provides state and county geology maps, as well as topographic maps, of Florida. The site also provides data about sinkholes and oil and gas production, as well as links to related sites.
The Florida Land Boundry Information System provides interactive map interfaces and accompanying data for three data sets: survey data, water boundry data, and mapping data. The mapping data includes digital orthophoto imagery, digital raster graphics, digital line graphics, digital elevation models, and National Wetlands Inventory maps. The site also offers data for Hillsborough, Lee, Pasco, and St. Johns Countys, as well as links to related sites.
The Central Florida Geographic Information Systems site provides a regional users group and a data clearinghouse for central Florida. The data clearinghouse features a set of directories that includes digital orthophoto quarter quadrangle images and other files. Links to related sites are also provided. Users must create free accounts to use many of the site's features.
The US Department of Agriculture Forest Service Clearing House provides free downloadable maps (MODIS active fire mapping, Primary Base Series and Single Edition Series maps by state, etc.) , vector data, and other forest service information and GIS resources available as .TIF images.
InfoTerre provides interactive mapping of France, including administrative boundries and raster images. The site is in French.
Free maps of the world
Lets you search for a place even when you're usure of the spelling
GEOSCAN is a bibliographic database containing more than 40,000 records covering all the publications of the Geological Survey of Canada.
This site offers links to GIS resources, provided by University of Texas - Austin.
Use the "Internet Map Server" to retrieve tax maps and aerial photographs covering all of Summit county. Fiscal, Engineering, and Executive demographic information is available for all maps.
GIS.com provides information, data, and supplies relating to geographic information systems: American FactFinder, The Atlas of Canada, The National Atlas of the United States, ZIP Code Fast Facts, Countrywide mapping, and various information regarding GIS. The site is sponsored by ESRI.
Online mapping sites for a variety of purposes, electronic maps, latitude/ longitude, distance, etc., many interactive.
This site, "provides searching, accessing and dynamic mapping of data for federal land stewardship, land and mineral use records from BLM's LR2000, and land survey information." Pages are available for; Land and Mineral Use Records, Federal Land Stewardship, and Land Survey Information. Maps have options for adding layers and zooming in and out, and searching by place name.
This site offers free geospatial data from Natural Resources Canada. Many collections are available including raster, vector and ground point control. Collections are at national as well as regional and local data including topographic, vegetation, soils, etc. Most data are in zip format and must be unzipped. Each comes with a metadata file in txt format.
Through the Geography Network, you can access many types of geographic content including dynamic maps, downloadable data, and more advanced Web services.
The Geography and Map Reading Room, part of the Library of Congress, provides access to the largest collection of cartographic materials in the world, some of which are in digital format. This site provides a link to map collections from 1544 - 1999.
At the site for the Instituto Colombiano de Geologia y Mineria, there is a PDF geologic map of Colombia. The PDF map can be accessed by going to the "Mapa Geologico de Colombia" link under the blue "Geologia" tab at the top of the Web page. The second page of the PDF includes a geologic data chart. By right clicking, users can print or use zoom features. The site is only available in Spanish.
Links to general information about the Geological Survey of Canada, libraries, and educational resources are available on this site. Detailed definitions of North Magnetic Pole and magnetic declination are included.
The Georgia GIS Data Clearinghouse provides maps and aerial photographs of Georgia. The data can be searched using either queries or a graphic map viewer. The site features Department of Transportation and topographic maps, as well as data from the 2000 census. The site also provides historical aerial photographs and links to related sites. Free registartion is required.
This site provides GIS collections and projects as well as reference tools and data that can be used for GIS purposes.
Germany's GeoDatenZentrum provides maps and related metadata about Germany. The site includes an interactive map viewer that can search by geographical names, historical place names, and coordinates. The site is in German with limited English translation.
This site provides world and regional maps showing indicators of global warming as well as brief descriptions about specific locations affected by global warming.
This site provides driving directions, maps of locations and satellite images of those locations. Images are in full color if a little distorted by full zoom. Images seem to be 1-3 years old. There is no indication of how often images will be updated, if at all.
The Institute of Geology & Mineral Exploration site provides geological maps of Greece and ordering information for these maps. The site also provides information on the Terrafirma project; LITHOS, the modern ornamental stones laboratory of I.G.M.E.; and marine geology. Links to related sites are also provided.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of Greenland and Iceland.
The GGMC : Geological Services Division site provides geological maps, topographic maps, mineral exploration maps, and license status maps of Guyana. The site also provides various geological and related reports and links to the mineral property administration, cartographic section, field section, chemical and sample laboatory, petrology laboratory, GIS / Computer section, and drilling section, as well as other related sites.
This site provides detailed information about the Harvard Map Collection and offers links to Boston area, government, and historical map sites, as well as map and data search engines, other map library web sites, and interactive maps.
Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources provides information about aquatic resouces and water management, as well as historic places and preservation. It also features forestry and wildlife publications and GIS data for the state of Hawaii. The site also provides information about recreational activities, endangered species, licenses and permits, state parks, and other useful information about the state of Hawaii.
Hawaii Statewide GIS Program provides extensive maps of the islands of Hawaii. Maps of coastlines, roads, political boundries, natural resources, and extensive maps of physical features, are provided. An onlne mapping application, called "I-Map Hawaii," is also provided that enables searching by specific features such as place names, parks, boating facilities, district boundries, and development plan boundries.
This site contains maps, literature, documents, books and other relevant material concerning the past, present and future of historic cities and facilitates the location of similar content on the web.
Digitized map collection that currently consists of the Atlas and industrial geography of Summit county, Ohio published by Rectigraph Abstract & Title Company; Combination atlas map of Summit county, Ohio published by Tackabury, Mead & Moffett; and Illustrated Summit County, Ohio, published by Akron Map & Atlas Co.
Offers large, highly detailed scans of topographic maps of twelve states created by the United States Geological Survey in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Offers large, highly detailed scans of topographic quadrangle maps of Ohio created by the United States Geologcical Survey in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Access other historical map collections that are United States and international in nature, provided by Duke University.
A digital archive of maps from the University of Illinois Library and University of Illinois Press. Contains maps of the United States, the Northwest Territory and Illinois historically. Full bibliographic information given for each map. The maps can be searched by keyword, theme, or browsed by thumbnail. Each map has a standard view and a large scale zoom feature using MrSID files. Maps can be marked as "favorites" for future viewing.
Sources for historical and history related maps and atlases.
This resource includes maps from the 15th through 20th centuries, ending in the 1920s. Maps can be searched by author, date range, and land site, as well as in Hebrew. They can be viewed as a thumbnail, medium, or large image. To use the zoom feature, a MrSid plug-in is required.
Type in two cities almost anywhere in the world to find the distance between them as the crow flies as well as latitude and longitude.
How to locate maps in the Map Library by subject or by call number. Describes browsing techniques and tips for reading call numbers.
How to locate maps in the Map Library by subject or by call number. Describes browsing techniques and tips for reading call numbers.
How to locate maps in the Map Library by subject or by call number. Describes browsing techniques and tips for reading call numbers.
How to locate maps in the Map Library by subject or by call number. Describes browsing techniques and tips for reading call numbers.
The Idaho Geological Survey provides a wide range of online GIS maps and data regarding the geology of Idaho. In addition, extensive information regarding geologic hazards, mining, and educational programs is available. A listing of the survey's publications is also provided.
Features digital ortho imagery, data, and basemaps for all counties in Idaho.
The Illinois Natural Resources Geospatial Data Clearinghouse provides data files and documentation for USGS Digital Orthophoto Quarter Quadrangle images and Digital Raster Graphic files, geology, land use, natural resources, political boundaries, roads, year 2000 Orthoimagery for the Des Plaines River Watershed, and Historical Aerial Photographs from 1938 to 1941.
The Illinois State Geological Survey provides extensive information about the geology of Illinois, including information about groundwater, earthquakes, fossils, coal, oil and gas, and other topics. The site also provides geologic maps. Links to related sites, including the Illinois Natural Resources Geospatial Data Clearinghouse and Illinois Online Maps and Data site, are also provided.
The Illinois State Geological Survey: Online Maps and Data site features various maps: geologic quadrangle, coal resources, oil and gas resouces, land cover, MIDCARB CO2 sequestration, and Water and Related Wells. The site also has a a Gamma-Ray Logs database and map. Links to the USGS National Atlas and other resources are included.
Offers nationwide data on India in downloadable format or for purchase. Topics include; admin/political boundaries, digital terrain elevation data, geologic, hydrography, hypsography, Landsat enhanced thematic mapper mosaics, Landsat thematic mapper mosaics, landuse/landcover, place name gazetteer, transportation, and utilities.
The Indiana Geological Survey provides extensive information about the geology of Indiana, including geologic timelines, structure and statigraphy, oil and gas resources, industrial mineral resources, ground water information, and related topics. The site also provides GIS maps and data, including the IndianaMap Viewer, Indiana Spatial Data Framework, Indiana coal mine information , petroleum database management system, as well as topographic, geologic, bedrock, coal mine, and other maps.
The Indiana Spatial Data Portal provides online access to topographic maps and aerial photographs of Indiana. The site includes an interactive map, statewide aerial photographs, topographic maps, and digital elevation data. Links to related sites are provided.
This site offers radar, satellite, and NEXRAD weather maps for the United States. Local forecast is provided for areas around the world. Specialized maps are offered for kite-flying, skiing, sailing, golfing, and driving purposes.
A country by country list of map dealers around the world containing thousands of entries.
Intute's "Earth Sciences" is a comprehensive gateway site for all topics related to the subject. The resources presented on this site are carefully chosen by subject experts and scholars at the University of Manchester and Heriot-Watt University in the United Kingdom. Information is timely, as the database is updated daily. Subjects are organized into 20 headings, with numerous subcategories for each. Users can search a variety of ways, such as through keyword or Boolean logic, and can also narrow a query by using the Advanced Search form, which is fairly exhaustive. The site also offers helpful features such as the "Subject Pack", which provide abstracts and links to Web sites with useful, detailed, high quality information about the subject. Users can also access a comprehensive list of hot topics, natural disasters, timelines, and a special section of "Spotlight" topics within the earth sciences chosen by an expert.
Iowa DNR Interactive Mapping allows interactive viewing of aerial maps of Iowa using different search criteria: streams, lakes, watersheds, highways and roads, public lands, and political boundries.
The Iowa Geographic Map Server provides free access to Iowa geographic map data through an on-line map viewer and through GIS web map server (WMS) connections. Available maps include aerial photographic maps, agricultural maps, infrared maps, relief maps, raster graphic maps, landcover maps, and vegetation maps.
The Iowa Geospatial Data Clearinghouse provides maps, aerial photographs, and other data regarding Iowa. The data is broken into many areas, including administrative and political bounds, cultural and demographic, environmental, geologic and geophysical, locations and geodetic nets, and transportation networks. Metadata is also included, as are links to other related sites.
The Geological Survery of Ireland provides maps and related data about Ireland's groundwater, geohazards, geology, and seabed. The site includes an interactive map viewer and links to related sites.
Geological maps are available for viewing or download in 1:200,000, and select maps in 1:50,000 scale. Additional links to Geological publications by the survey are also available.
The Gettysburg College has digitized over 500 maps from the 16th through 19th century that comprise the John H.W. Stuckenberg collection. These maps are arranged by city, country, region, and world, and can be zoomed in on, rotated, and shifted for finer detail. These materials are available free of charge.
The Kansas Geological Survey provides a wide variety of maps of Kansas including county maps, geologic maps, physiographic maps, mining maps, gravity and magnetic maps, and relief maps. The site also provides a geologic timetable for Kansas; articles about geology; and links to other related resources, both inside and outside of Kansas.
The Kansas Geological Survey: Maps site provides various maps and other information regarding Kansas: rock classification chart , geologic map, physiographic map, geologic timetable, gravity and magnetic maps, and relief map. The site also includes links to related sources.
The Kansas Geospatial Community Commons provides GIS maps, data, and other information about the state of Kansas: administrative boundries, cadastral information, infrastructure and structures, cultural and recreational, elavation, environmental resources, imagery and raster, geology, transportation, utilities and energy resources, and water resources. The site also has an extensive dictionary of GIS terms. Links to related resources are also provided.
Archive of Kent Campus aerial photos and development plans from 1910 - 1943.
Archive of Kent Campus aerial photos and development plans from 1910 - 1943.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1910 - 1943.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1910 - 1943.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1944 - 1963.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1944 - 1963.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1963 - 1971.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1963 - 1971.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1971 - 1991.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1971 - 1991.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1991 - 2006.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1991 - 2006.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 2006 - Present.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 2006 - Present.
Online version of the Kent, Ohio zoning map by the Kent City Planning Commission.
Archive of Kent State regional campus maps, aerial photgraphs, and development plans from 2004.
Archive of Kent State regional campus maps, aerial photgraphs, and development plans from 2004.
Archive of campus maps, aerial photographs, and development plans from 1910 to the present for Kent State University's eight campuses.
Archive of campus maps, aerial photographs, and development plans from 1910 to the present for Kent State University's eight campuses.
The Kentucky Division of Geographic Information provides extensive GIS information about Kentucky, including city and county boundries, digital ortho imagery, digital raster graphics, geologic quadrangle maps, tagged vector contours, wetland images, hydrography and land cover information, and other information. The site also provides links to other GIS sites.
The Kentucky Geological Survey Map and GIS Links site connects to other sites that relate to Kentucky's geology and geography: Kentucky Geography Network, Kentucky Geological Survey Digitial Mapping Program, Kentucky Highway Maps, Water Resource Information System (WRIS), Terra Server, Kentucky Office of Geographic Information (OGI), National Geodetic Survey (NGS), Geographic Names Information System (GNIS), and Kentucky Geographic Information Advisory Council (GIAC).
The Kentucky Geospatial Data Library site provides electronic maps and GIS data, including maps and GIS data from the Kentucky Geography Network, topographic maps, geologic maps, elevation data, hydrology data, transportation data, soils data, and county basemap data. The site also provides links to other sites related to Kentucky GIS.
The Lithuanian Digital Cartography site provides an interactive map viewer that searches by various layers: groundwater extraction wells, geomorphologic map, boreholes, cartographic boreholes, quaternary geological map, mineral resource deposits, pollution sources, and pre-quaternary geological map.
The Louisiana Geological Survey Maps provides online maps of Louisiana, including maps of Baton Rouge, Crowley, DeRidder, Gulfport, Lake Charles, Ponchatoula, and Ville Platte, as well as geologic maps of Louisiana.
The Louisiana Statewide GIS Atlas provides very extensive maps and information regarding Louisiana. Maps and information are provided regarding census and demographic data, national wetlands inventory data, topographic data, light detection and ranging (LIDAR) data, and elevation data. Also included are coastline images, a satellitetour of Louisiana, a review of road projects, information about oil and gas projects, spatial information about the Atchafalaya River Basin, and many other topics. Information about digital orthophoto quarter quadrangle imagery and GIS is also provided.
The Maine GIS Data Catalog provides access to the digital geographic data produced by the GIS Executive Council and Maine GeoLibrary Board. The data includes geographic data and associated metadata, USGS maps, watersheds, and township and county boundries. The metadata can also be searched by keyword. Free software downloads and training resources are also provided.
The Maine Geological Survey Maps, Publications, and Online Data site provides online geologic maps and topographic maps of Maine . The site also provides a publications search that allows searching for maps and publications by geographic area or subject. Links to related sites are also provided, including links to the Maine State Library and the U.S. Geological Survey.
Collection of resources about publishing and purchasing maps.
Collection of resources about publishing and purchasing maps.
Home page for the Map Library at Kent State.
Home page for the Map Library at Kent State.
Provides mapping and data resources by region of the United States, or by region of the world.
Map Link is a dealer and distributor of maps from all over the world. This site shows maps available for purchase.
Get and print online maps of most locations in the world just by typing in an address, zip code, and country. This site also offers scenic route maps, major city maps from around the world, and airport maps as well as travel information.
An interactive global map provided by "a collaborative study by the World Bank’s Environment Department, the Bank’s Development Research Group and the World Bank Institute. Their purpose is to assist our colleagues in addressing critical environmental problems at the global, national and sub-national levels." (description from site)
Map and gazetteer sites selected by LMS librarians.
A map, route, and Yellow Pages service; create a map showing an exact address or street located in the United States. This site also allows for the creation of a route between two destinations of the United States.
Search by city or place name, state, or zip code to retrieve topographical maps of selected areas of the United States. Nautical and aeronautical charts are also provided. A significant feature of the site is that it provides immediate latitude and longitude readings for any point on any map.
The Maryland Geological Survey site provides digital quadrangle geologic maps and digital county geologic maps of Maryland, as well as maps and information about Maryland's general geology, shoreline, gold district, Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Historical Park, surficial sediments of the Chesapeake Bay, shoreline changes of the Tidewater region, county boundries, reservoir bathymetry, and other features. The site also lists the Survey's publications and provides ordering information for those publications.
The Maryland State Geographic Information Committee site provides a list of maps and other publications regarding Maryland produced by Maryland's Department of Housing and Community Development, Department of Natural Resources, Department of Planning, and State Highway Administration. Samples of the maps are provided, as is ordering information. Links to the Maryland Mapping Resource Guide, Maryland's Environmental Resources & Land Information Network (MERLIN) Online, and related sites are also provided.
This site offers links to a variety of great resources. There is image and vector data available for download. Items include orthophotos and USGS topo quad maps in the free download section. Options for vector data includes; single tiles, tiled by town, tiled by USGS quad, tiled by orthophoto quad, tiled by basin, tiled by watershed, and tiled by soils survey area. Orthophotos are in color and black and white.
Listed as a "fine collection of 104 unique and rare manuscript and printed maps" from the Massachusetts Historical Society, this collection is the continuation of digitization efforts made by the society on Bay State materials. A pivotal part of this collection is Samuel Chester Clough's 1798 Boston Atlases, touted as being an invaluable resource for historians and geographers.
Compiled for the Massachusetts Office of Geographic and Environmental Information (MassGIS), the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Digital Orthophotos site provides access to digital orthophotos and metadata of Massachusetts, including Eastern Massachusetts, Boston, the mainlaind, islands, and the Springfield area. Originally hosted on MIT's server, the site is now located on MassGIS's server.
Gives descriptions and examples of how to cite maps, atlases and other cartographic materials.
This site provides links to several maps of Mexico including maps of political divisions, major landmarks, ecosystems, roads, climate, and potential land use.
At this site, topographic maps of Mexico are available for purchase in several different scales. The map guide shows which 1:250,000 and 1:50,000 scale maps are available. Here, users can locate maps by city, state, region, country, peninsula, and other categories. The maps are not downloadable or viewable in more than a sample thumbnail; they must be purchased to be viewed in their entirety.
The Michigan Geographic Data Library catalogs the GIS data that the State of Michigan provides for Internet access. The data may be searched by geographic extent, theme, or metadata. The maps and data in the library include aerial imagery, base maps, census information, groundwater and land cover / use information, management boundaries, mineral management, land and mineral ownership, land stewardship, place and political features, plant and animal locations, public land survey features, satellite imagery, soils imformation, topographic maps and data, transportation maps, and utility information. Links to related sites are provided.
This site by the Michigan Department of Information Technology includes a map gallery with maps covering school districts, travel and recreation, natural resources and the environment, boundary maps, and census maps. There is a Michigan Mapper section with links to mapping applications. A geographic data library has statewide datasets, aerial photography, topos, and a state base map.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the Middle Atlantic states: DE, MD, NJ, NY, PA.
The Minnesota Geological Survey conducts basic and applied earth science research about Minnesota, conveys that information to the public through publications and service activities, and promotes earth science education. The Survey's site provides geologic information and educational materials about Minnesota, as well as maps about Minnesota's geology.
The Minnesota Geological Survey Publications provides a comprehensive list of and ordering information for the surveys publications. Many of the publications, such as geologic and topographic maps, are also available online in PDF format.
Minnesota Historical Maps Online provides historic maps and atlases from the collections of the Minnesota Historical society and the Office fo the Secretary of State. The maps include Minnesota's original public land survey plats, created during the first government land survey of the state by the U.S. Surveyor General's Office during the years 1848 to 1907. Also included are the later General Land Office and Bureau of Land Management maps, up to the year 2001.
The Missouri Geological Survey Program provides geologic maps of Missouri. The site also provides geologic information about Missouri, including information about geologic hazards, geologic resources, mineral resources, oil and gas wells, water tracing, and landfills.
The MSDIS home page contains links to map servers including the MSDIS Mapper and MCDC Mapper. Maps for viewing are political, natural and demographic maps, Census 2000 quick reference maps, and a Census 2000 Geographic Base Map. Other census dates include 1990 and 1980. Map topic selection is available and layers can be added to the maps.
Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology GIS Products provides GIS geologic maps of Montana. The site also provides links to GIS maps of Montana by the U.S. Geological Survey.
The Montana GIS Portal is a repository of geographic metadata. This resource "enables you to discover, view, and access metadata for spatial data and web mapping services about Montana. Each metadata record describes the nature and scope of a registered data item or service and provides information that enables you to locate, use, or view an item or service" (description from the site). Data is provided through the the Montana Geographic Information Clearinghouse.
The Montana Geographic Information Clearinghouse provides a comprehensive collection of geospatial data for Montana including aerial photographs, topographic maps, soils data, land ownership maps, and a Montana digital atlas. The site also provides links to other resources provided by the Montana Natural Resource Information System.
Type in the name of a city, town or village to obtain a list of results that will lead to providing a detailed map. This site offers worldwide coverage.
This press release discusses how the most detailed map of Antarctica yet has been created using satellite data. The release covers how this new map impacts what is known about Antarctica. This site also includes links to related information including images.
Access resources and maps on topics such as aeronautical and nautical charts, weather, climate, and satellite imagery.
The New York Public Library provide over 1,000 maps of North America from the earliest printed portrayals to the close of the 19th century; multiple versions and editions allow for historical comparisons, all from a generous donation by Lawrence H. Slaughter. Users can select from sections of maps of North America, New York City, Virginia and diverse others. Maps viewable in pop-up windows and may be enlarged and zoomed-in on for finer details.
This collection of maps covers topics of climate, physical geography, living-resources, land, history, people, services and infrastructure for free download. The information was compiled as part of the University of Cologne's ACACIA Project E1. For some maps, the free desktop mapping application, Arc Reader, must be downloaded.
This site provides access to many Canadian maps, as well as general information and teaching resources.
This resource offers information about the development of the atlas, the ability to create United States maps, and maps pertaining to the environment and other aspects of the United States.
Obtain National Geographic maps of anywhere in the world by typing in the name of the country or geographical region. The site also includes information about current events and map updates as well as a link to the National Geographic map store.
Interactive maps from National Geographic
Find information about maps and cartographic resources such as geologic maps, geologic names, earth science databases, and topographic maps.
The U.S. Geological Survey consolidates information from local, state and federal agencies to seamlessly integrate many layers of georeferenced data into this national map. Find and print the map, or download the data associated with the area you have found.
This web site offers digital maps of parks that are part of the National Park Service. A subtopic provides an alphabetical listing of national parks.
The National Resources Conservation Service provides free downloadable soil survey manuscripts and maps related to the United States and Caribbean Area.
The National Snow and Ice Data Center provides comprehensive data about the polar regions, including up-to-date research, historical information, news, and reports on current research. The site also provides extensive images, including satellite images of the polar regions.
This site offers several links to maps pertaining to natural resources around the world.
The Nebrasks Statewide Digital Data Bases provide maps and accompanying data about the state of Nebraska. Some of the maps and data include active mineral operations, bedrock geology, water tables, oil and gas exploration wells, hydrology, roads, river basins, soils, topography, towns, watersheds, and natural resource districts. Information about agates and fossils is also provided, as are descriptions and ordering information about the divisions publications. Links to other resources are provided.
The Nebraska Spatial / GIS Databases site provides maps about Nebraska including boundry, hydrological, land use, legislative area, wetlands, natural resource, soil survey, and water division maps. The site also provides census, landsat, soils, land survey, and other data. Links to scanned USGS topographic maps and other resources are also provided.
The Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology: Data, Imagery & Indexes provides a comprehensive listing of geological information provided by the bureau: topographic and geologic maps, mining districts, geothermal wells, oil and gas resources, and annual mineral production. The site also provides a National Geochronology Database and a Nevada Interactive Geologic Mapping Index.
The Nevada Geographic Information Virtual Clearinghouse provides links to organizations that provide geographic information, including geographic information system coverage. Some of the organizations included are the State Mapping Advisory Committee, the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology, the Nevada State Geographic Information Society, and the U.S. Geological Survey.
Originally, Nevada in Maps contained historic geologic and mining district maps of Nevada, primarily produced by the U.S. Geological Survey between 1863-1968. It has been expanded to include over 4,000 maps—including contemporary maps of the state, side by side with other thematic maps. Maps can be browsed through the various collections and can be searched by keyword. These digital collections offer Nevada’s history cartographically for students and researchers at all levels, for legal use, and for the general public for infinite applications. Maps are available for free use.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the New England states: CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT.
The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services State Geologic Publications site provides publication and ordering information regarding the service's publications, including 15 minute quadrangle reports, aeromagnetic maps, geological bulletins, geologic maps, the geology of New Hampshire Series, mineral and water resource, Open File Reports, and geology fact sheets. The site also provides links to related sites.
The New Hampshire OneStop Web Geographic Information System site provides access to GIS data developed by the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services and other state and federal government agencies. The data includes air stationary sources, above ground storage tank facilities, asbestos disposal sites, automobile salvage yards, conservation lands, dams, drinking water supply sources, hazardous waste generators, local PCS inventory, local resource protection priorities, non-point sources, NPDES outfalls, pesticide application areas, public water supply sources, registered water withdrawals, remediation sites, underground storage tank facilities, vapor recovery facilities, water well inventory, and watersheds. Free registration is required.
The New Jersey Bureau of Geographic Information Systems site provides a wealth of maps and other GIS data regarding New Jersey. The site features an interactive map serving New Jersey's Department of Environmental Protection, Department of Geology, and Environmental Management System. The interactive map also covers the Delaware River Basin. The site also features digital orthophoto quarter quadrangle images of the entire state from both 1995 and 2002, CAFRA layers, information about various mapping standards, GPS resources, and related information. In addition, the site provides links to related sites.
The New Jersey Geological Survey: Digital Geodata Series site provides maps and data about New Jersey, including base maps, elevation maps, geologic maps, magnetic anomaly maps, groundwater maps, and surface water maps. The site also provides links to related sites.
New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources: Geologic Maps provides information about geologic maps and GIS products. The site also provides information about specific maps that the bureau publishes, along with ordering information. Links are provided to other relevant web sites, including the USGS National Geologic Map Database.
The New Mexico Resource Geographic Information System Clearinghouse provides extensive digital photographs and maps, with accompanying information, regarding many aspects of New Mexico including geology, boundries, soil composition, transportation information, water resources, climate information, elevations, land ownership and use, and socioeconomic data.
New Mexico: Miscellaneous USGS Open File Geologic Maps provides access to over 20 geologic and other maps of New Mexico. Most of the maps are accompanied by relevant data. Links for other resources, such as topographic maps, petroleum exploration maps, and GPS information, are also included.
NYOGL Atlas is an online GIS that allows users to zoom in and specify layers to view and download including administrative boundaries, bathymetric contours, wetlands, wildlife and vegetation, inland waterways, and ports. Coverage includes the state of New York and all ajacent ocean areas and Great Lakes.
The New York State GIS Clearinghouse provides digital raster graphics and digital orthoimagery for New York State. The digital orthoimagery files can be searched using an interactive mapping gateway, or they can be downloaded directly. The site also provides an interactive map that allows direct searching of each county for orthoimagery and related data sets. In addition, the site provides metadata, a glossary, GIS tools, and links to related sites.
The New York State Museum: Geographic Information System Data site provides statewide and regional data about New York. The data includes boundry data, surficial geology data, bedrock geology data, fault data, and data regarding the Upper Saranac Lake watershed. The site also provides topographic maps, a link to the Empire State Oil and Gas Information System, and links to related sites.
Maps of the 18th and 19th century are available for thumbnail viewing, enlargement, printing (though not to full size), and purchase. The descriptive catalog record accompanies each image.
A list of databases are listed on this website including those with live data. A Gravity Database Map can be viewed with the option to zoom in and apply layers to the map. Other databases include a Petroleum Data Query Map and a Regional geologic map. A link is also included for GNS web maps, many of which are interactive.
This page describes the Nirenstein Realty Atlas Collection housed at Kent State University. It includes a finding aid to the pieces in the collection.
The North Carolina Geographic Information provides links to North Carolina's Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, Corporate Geographic Database, Geographic Data Clearinghouse, Geographic Information Coordinating Council, and North Carolina One Map.
Describes how to cite maps, atlases, and other cartographic materials with examples, from North Carolina State University.
The North Dakota GIS Hub Data Extractor allows data to be downloaded from the North Dakota Geographic Information Systems site using five different methods: vector data can be downloaded using the Metadata Explorer, the Hub Explorer, the GIS Hub Features Services, or the Hub File Server; and raster data can be downloaded using the GIS Hub File Server. News about the North Dakota GIS Hub and links to other sites are also included.
The North Dakota State Agency Interactive and Static Maps site provides maps of North Dakota, including maps of groundwater pesticide sensitivity, commerce, road conditions and construction, game and fish areas, legislative districts, tax rates, oil and gas information, and sex offender residences. The site also provides metadata and related links. Use Hub Explorer for aerial photography.
Special features include a map showing the current status of the Historic Canal System and the ability to access original plat drawings of the Ohio, Erie, and Miami Canals as well as plat maps of other canals.
This Utrecht University web site features over 9,750 links to maps and cartographic resources.
The Ohio Lake Erie GIS / Mapping site provides maps and information about Lake Erie, its watershed, and its coastal areas. The maps included are the Designated Ohio Coastal Management Area, Great Lakes, Lake Erie, Lake Erie Watershed, and National Coastal Zone Management Program. An interactive Lake Erie Coastal GIS Map Viewer and Ohio Coastal Atlas are also featured, as are links to related sites.
This site provides descriptions and maps of all of Ohio's state parks as well as many other places of interest in the state of Ohio.
Gives descriptions and examples of ways to cite many maps and atlases both in print and online. Discusses ways to distinguish between dynamic, static, and real time online material and how to cite it.
A downloadable version of the Summit County Community Watershed Map is available at this site. The map includes the Cuyahoga River Basin and Tuscarawas River Basin Watersheds. Other Summit County maps which can be accessed from this site include a map of the county and a topographic map of the county which enables one to zoom in to specific locations.
View soil survey data by county. Class of data can be selected and options include; tabular data only, tabular and spatial data, spatial data only, and template database only. A soil data availability status map can also be viewed in PDF or JPG formats.
The Oklahoma Geological Survey Selected Reports and Maps site provides reports and maps about Oklahoma's coal deposits and reports about the state's coalbed-methane deposits. Ordering information for the reports and maps is also provided.
Search by place name or use the "county gazetteer" to find historical black and white maps of Great Britain.
This site provides listings of maps and cartographic resources available for purchase. Organization is by topic. Maps and cartographic resources are international in scope.
Provides geological maps of Ontario including a Geophysical Atlas of Ontario.
The Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries releases the results of its geologic studies through its Publications and Data Center. Some of the information is available on the website itself for free, while some information must be ordered from the department's Publications Catalog, which is available on the website. Among the free information published on the website are geologic field trip guides, coastal hazard publications, earthquake hazard maps, tsunami hazard maps, and press releases.
The Oregon Geospatial Data Clearinghouse, sponsored by the Oregon Geospatial Enterprise Office, acts as the repository for all of the U.S. Census Bureau's data for Oregon. The information provided includes census data, as well as city limit, congressional district, climate , place name, urban growth, and other information.
This site covers the expedition of four people in Antarctica. A variety of resources are included such as an interactive map of places they explored and aerial photography of where they stayed. A great introduction to Antarctica.
Houghton Mifflin offers these outline maps for free personal use.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the Pacific states: AK, CA, HI, OR, WA.
This site developed by the Library of Congress offers bird's eye view, perspective, or aero view maps of cities and towns located in the United States and some of the provinces in Canada. The site allows for searching by keyword, geographic location, subject, or creator.
The Pennsylvania Geological Survey provides information about the geology of Pennsylvania, including geology abstracts, geologic hazards, glaciation, fossils, landforms, and oil and gas resources. The Survey also provides digital maps and GIS data regarding Pennsylvania, including geologic maps, topographic maps, aerial photographs, and geospatial data. In addition, the Survey provides information about its publications and links to related sites.
Pennsylvania Spatial Data Access is Pennsylvania's official public access geospatial information clearinghouse. The site provides a Data Access Wizard, allowing searches by keyword, theme, data provider, and county; the Data Access Wizard also allows browsing by map services and data sets. An interactive imagery viewer and download tool is also provided. The site also supports searches by quadrangle and watershed. Extensive images and data are provided on the site, including ecosystem analysis, conservation resources, aquatic habitats, wetlands inventory, raster graphics, land cover data, digital elevation models, and digital orthophoto quarter quadrangle images. Various finders and links to related sites are also included.
Information is provided on the collection and services at the Penn State Maps Library. This site offers access to other map sites and provides a link to the Digital Chart of the World.
Use this site to find links to several outline maps available online.
This University of Texas at Austin map library web site offers an extensive compilation of links to resources such as maps and gazetteers. Links are organized by areas and topics.
The Polish Geological Institute provides a geological map of Poland, as well as information about Poland's mineral resources, access to Geological Quarterly, and geological news about Poland. Cartography, hydrology, engineering, and geophysics databases are also provided, as are links to related sites.
Portage County Regional Planning Commission - Water Shed Maps. Maps are the current updates of the planning commission on woodlands, wetlands, watersheds and various other natural resource maps.
University of Georgia - Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library: This site provides maps from the sixteenth century through the early twentieth century. The scope focuses on maps of the southeastern United States, although maps of the world and the United States are represented. Special areas of interest include:
ReliefWeb is "is the world’s leading on-line gateway to information (documents and maps) on humanitarian emergencies and disasters." This site, administered by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), provides free downloads from a map collection that is updated daily from over 2,000 sources. Users can track natural disasters and emergencies in any country of the world in their database, which contains nearly 300,000 maps and documents dating back to 1981.
The Rhode Island Digital Atlas site online mapping about the state of Rhode Island in several formats drawing from data in the Rhode Island Geographic data center relating to natural resources.
The Rhode Island Geographic Information System site provides access to statewide, town, and USGS data of Rhode Island. The data includes boundaries, cultural resources, demographics, topographical maps, elevations, flood zones, facilities, geology, hydrography, natural resources, orthophotography, transportation, wetlands, and other data. Links to related Rhode Island sites are provided. Free registration is required.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the Rocky Mountain states: AZ, CO, ID, MT, NM, NV, UT, WY.
The Sanborn Maps are large scale street plans produced by the Sanborn Fire Insurance company from 1867 to 1970. Sanborn Maps show the outline of each building including the location of windows and doors together with street names, street and sidewalk widths, property boundaries, building use, and house and block numbers. These maps are used by a wide range of researchers including local historians to locate and identify buildings and neighborhoods, urban historians to study the growth of towns and cities, and environmentalists concerned about impact of new developments.
The Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes provides a variety of free downloadable road and transportation maps available as .pdf images in a variety of scales (1:50,000-1:720,000). The resources are available only in Spanish.
The Geological Survey of Slovenia provides information about Slovenian geology: sedimintology, minerology, petrology, palaeontology, stratigraphy, geological maps, mineral resources, geochemistry, environmental geology, and groundwater. The site also provides a basic geological map of Slovenia, access to Geologija Magazine, and links to related sites. Clicking "Departments" provides links to further maps.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of South America.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the South Atlantic states: FL, GA, NC, SC, VA, WV.
The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Online Data site provides access to South Carolina's Breeding Bird Atlas; GIS Data Clearinghouse; Hydrologic Data; Rare, Threatened, & Endangered Species Inventory; GAP Project; and the Southeast Regional Climate Center Data and Taxonomic Center sites, as well as the Wildlife Initiative Database. The site also provides links to other related sites, including the South Carolina Plant Atlas and the National GAP Database.
The SCDNR GIS Data site provides access to the South Carolina GIS Data Clearinghouse. Free registration is required to use the clearinghouse. In addition, the site provides GAP data and dynamic mapping of South Carolina's land cover, species habitats, and land stewardship, as well as geologic maps and access to the South Carolina Digital Orthophoto Quarter Quadrangle Image Archive. Links to related sites are also provided.
The South Carolina Geological Survey site provides many maps of South Carolina, including mineral resource maps, earthquake hazard maps, and geologic maps. A listing of paper copies of the Survey's maps is provided, along with ordering information. Additonally, the site provides geology news about South Carolina, teacher resources, access to the South Carolina Geology Journal, a photo gallery, and links to related sites.
The South Dakota Geological Survey: Digital Publications and Maps site provides extensive geologic and related maps of South Dakota, along with related data and publications. Maps of general geology, water system service areas, aquifiers, coal fields, structures, general features, testholes and wells, permeable surface sediments, groundwater, magnetometer, and earthquakes are provided, as is a digital relief map of the state. Extensive reports and studies relating to South Dakota's geology are also provided. Paper copies of the maps and reports can be ordered from the site.
The Southern African Human-development Information Management System (SAHIMS)provides datasets and geographical information about the countries of southern Africa. It provides free-of-charge downloadable GIS datasets in ZIP-SHP format and also links to related and external sites.
Instituto Geológico y Minero de España provides online geological maps and other data regarding Spain: fossils, minerals, multilingual earth science thesaurus, and National Center of Polar Data. Links to related sites are also provided. The site is in Spanish.
This site specializes in offering links to California map sites, in particular the areas of Stanford, Palo Alto, and vicinity. Also, this site provides links to resources pertaining to the United States and other countries.
This site offers international city and regional maps as well as country and world maps. Maps can be searched through each of these topics or though the site search engine. The collection includes maps ranging in date from the 16th through 19th centuries as well as three 17th century atlases. In addition to the usual zoom and pan features, this site also allows the user to clip parts of the image to view in a new window. The full library catalog record is listed with each image.
The Geological Survey of Sweden provides geophysical maps, a mineral and bedrock resources database, and a ground geophysics database: these resources are in English. The site also features an interactive map viewer, in Swedish, that provides bedrock biogeochemistry, copper, well archive, geo observations, groundwater quaternary deposits, soil geochemistry, copper aggregate and industrial minerals maps, and an age database. To access the maps and data, click on "Read more" in the "Map services" section.
The Switzerland GIS Maps and Data site provides maps and data regarding selected topics in the water protection field: water protection maps and zones, water hardness, wastewater treatment works, sewage sludge, livestock populations, farmyard manure, and cropland. An interactive GIS tool, ecoGIS map browser, is also available, including data on other environmental topics as well as water protection. A news archive and links to related sites are also provided.
A listing of teaching collections and map sets not indexed in the online catalog, but open to faculty, staff and students for checkout or Map Library use.
A listing of teaching collections and map sets not indexed in the online catalog, but open to faculty, staff and students for checkout or Map Library use.
A listing of teaching collections and map sets not indexed in the online catalog, but open to faculty, staff and students for checkout or Map Library use.
A listing of teaching collections and map sets not indexed in the online catalog, but open to faculty, staff and students for checkout or Map Library use.
These resources, created by Barbara Tewskbury at Hamilton College, and Charlie Onasch at Bowling Green State University, utilize Google Earth in teaching college students about geologic map interpretation. After viewing the introductions, site users can click on the resources to learn about each resource's goals and methodologies.
The Tennessee Division of Geology site provides a generalized geologic map of Tennessee, oil and gas information, and seismic information. The site also provides a list of maps and other publications produced by the division, along with ordering information.
The Tennessee GISource site provides information and links regarding Tennessee's GIS mapping project. The site also provides links to Tennessee's Office for Information Resources and to other GIS sites.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality: Maps site provides extensive maps related to Texas' environment: aquifier maps, drastic maps, a highly erodible croplands map, hydrography maps and accompanying data, and groundwater and groundwater management maps. GIS data and maps are also provided.
This site includes a variety of maps with different scales listed. Maps include geologic maps with the following scales; 1:2,500,000; 1:250,000; 1:50,000. Maps can be downloaded and are available digitally (shape file).
Select from various statistical categories relating to population to produce full color and greyscale maps of the United States.
"This Dynamic Planet" is an interactive version of a US Geological Survey print map which provides detailed information about volcanoes, earthquakes, impact craters, and plate tectonics. Both the front and back of the map can be viewed and printed to include tables of information on topics within Geology; to do this, just click the "printable pages" link. The map itself has zoom and pan features. Users can choose which geological features to identify on the map and print or save the results. Also, the data files used to create the map are available to download.
Type in the name of a place or latitude and longitude of a location, and this site will find the USGS topographic quadrangle map as well as provide information such as county, state, type of place (e.g. town/city), elevation, latitude, and longitude. Also, this site allows for choosing four map scales : 1:25,000; 1:50,000; 1:100,000; and 1:200,000. Limited to United States.
Use the clickable map to obtain detailed topographical maps of any area in Canada.
The General Directorate of Mineral Research and Exploration site provides access to geology, geophysics, mineral, and physical maps of Turkey: geology, fault, total magnetic intensity, bouger anomoly, metallogeny, mineral bed, and mineral maps are included.
United States Geological Survey, government information on geographic and geologic resources. Links to publications, resources and mapping materials.
These maps provide information about the percentage of the popular vote and electoral vote distribution in each of the fifty states for every presidential election since 1860.
This site provides links to a variety of United Kingdom cartographic resources including libraries, museums, and government agencies.
Search by place name, post code, or National Grid reference to locate detailed Ordnance Survey topographical maps from the U.K. The site also provides routeplanner maps, road maps, and historical maps for Great Britain.
Britain's national mapping agency provides access to maps and information including Get-A-Map, a way to find and download up to 10 maps of varying scales of the UK free of charge.
The Great Britain Ordnance Survey provides basic small-scale outline maps of Great Britain's coastline and administrative boundries. The maps are available in several formats: EPS vector, TIF raster, Adobe Acrobat, GIF raster, and WMF Windows Metafile.
This site provides access to historical map sections taken from the Ohio land survey conducted between 1898 and 1916. Use the "Ohio Map Index" to select an area of the map to view a detailed topographical depiction of the selected section. Note: The DjVu browser plug in is available on this site and must be downloaded for the maps to be viewed properly.
The United States Geological Survey provides printable black and white natural resource maps for every country in the world. Use the key provided to interpret the map symbols.
This is the site of the USGS Landsat Project and its satellite images. These images can be of use in agriculture, geography, forestry, regional planning, education, mapping, and global change research. The Landsat project involves a series of satellites used to monitor the earth's land surface.
Water quality and supply assessment from the US Geological Survey. Includes information on river basins and aquifers based on data gathered since 1991. Searchable by state, or river basin; also includes map resources
This site provides access to 30 X 60 Minute Series (1:100 000 scale) quadrant maps in every state and territory of the United States. Quadrants can be viewed individually as well as within the state as a whole. There are no zoom or pan features.
Covers information about surface water, ground water, and water quality. Links to a map with real-time water data with the ability to pick the specific topic you would like to see and site. Other options for viewing include daily, monthly, or annual data.
the USGS Water-Resources Reports site provides extensive publications about water resosurces in the United States: circulars, data series, fact sheets, hydrological atlases, open-file reports, professional papers, scientific investigations maps and reports, water data reports, water supply papers, water errata sheets, and other publications. links to related sites are also provided.
This site includes easy access to information on the following: Africa Population Distribution Database, Asia Population Distribution Database, Latin America and Caribbean Population Distribution Database, Global Population Distribution, Soil and Terrain Database for Latin America and the Caribbean and Brazil Datasets. Formats available are; graphic, report, metadata, or data. USGS and NASA datasets are also linked to.
Resources for maps of the United States selected by KSU librarians.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the comprehensive United States.
This site offers UGA Map Collection holdings information, links to useful sites, and their Virtual Map Collection.
This compilation developed by the University of Iowa's Center for Global and Regional Environmental Research offers a variety of links to map sites dealing with the United States, countries outside the United States, and the world. This site also provides links to resources such as interactive maps, online atlases, map libraries, and reference tools.
This site provides an extensive collection of current and historical map and cartographic resources both locally and from around the world.
This site provides links to a wide variety of Canadian cartographic resources, including those of Federal & Provincial Government Agencies.
The Uruguay Geological Survey site provides mineralogical and geological data about Uruguay. The data includes geological maps, hydrological maps, maps of the Bouguer anomoly, and maps of mineral deposits. Links to related sites are also provided. The site is in Spanish.
Utah Maps provides many different types of maps of the state of Utah, including maps of administrative boundries, economic development areas, geologic areas, land use plans, thermal wells and springs, zoning, and wildlife distribution. The site also provides online topographical maps and geographic data. Maps may also be ordered from the site.
Utah's Statewide Geographic Information Database provides detailed imagery of the state of Utah, including digital orthophoto quads, urban area ortho-imagery, and images from the National Agricultural Imagery Program and Utah State University Remote Sensing / GIS Laboratory. The site also provides topographic maps of Utah, GIS data sets, elevation values, a blog, and related links.
The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources Maps & Mapping site provides maps and interactive mapping of stormwater permits; hazardous waste sites; water wells; Act 250 land use; air quality; rivers, lakes, and ponds, state parks; and wildlife management. Links to the Vermont Geological Survey and other related sites are provided.
The Vermont Geological Survey Maps On Line site provides various geological maps of Vermont, including bedrock, structure, cross-section, tectonic, lineations, isopach, stratigraphy, glacial, structure, schematic, surficial, groundwater, radioactivity, ground water, solid waste, and other maps. Links to related sites are also provided.
The Virginia Division of Mineral Resources site provides descriptions and ordering information regarding the Division's maps and geologic publications. The site also includes information regarding the geology, mineral resources, and geohazards of Virginia.
"A catalog of NASA images and animations of out home planet." There are a few ways to browse including; archives, geographic regions, and GCMD topics. There are different file sizes available for download which is very convenient. This is a great site for anyone with an interest.
Mapping service that allows you to create your own exercise routes around the world.
The Washington Division of Geology and Earth Resources provides information about geologic hazards and mapping, mining and energy resource regulation, the geology of Washington State, and geoscience education. It also provides information about the division's publications and access to the division's library. The site also provides links to news about Washington's geology, internet geoscience resources, and a bibliography of Washington geology.
The Washington Geographic Information Council links to state agencies that provide geodata, census and demographic data, as well as data from the department of natural resources, the department of health, the department of recreation, the department of ecology, and the department of transportation. A link to the Washington State Geospatial Clearinghouse is also provided.
The Washington State Department of Natural Resources provides free downloadable materials related to natural resources and related data in shape file format for use in your Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software.
Describes and gives examples in how to cite maps, atlases, and other cartographic materials with links to additional citation web sites.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the West North Central states: IA, KS, MO, MN, ND, NE, SD.
This site provides atlases and maps for all of America's major conflicts.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the West South Central states: AR, LA, OK, TX.
The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection site provides extensive information regarding the environment of West Virginia and its protection. Included on the site is the WVDEP GIS Server, which includes an oil and gas search feature, interactive mapping feature, information on the open dump cleanup and landfill closure projects, an aerial photo browser , a coordinate converter, a toxics release inventory, and related features. Links to related sites are also provided.
The West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey provides information about the geology, energy resources, industrial minerals, geologic hazards, ground water, and earth science of West Virginia. The site also provides topographic and geologic maps of the state. Oil and gas data are provided, as are links to related sites.
The WVGES Maps and Map Files site provites both online and printable maps of West Virginia. Available maps include coal bed, oil and gas, topographic, geologic, physiographic provinces, and West Virginia state plane coordinates. Links to other sites are also provided.
The WVGES Publications Catalog provides a listing and ordering information for maps, including general and quadrangle, and reports, both geological and archeological, published by the Survey.
Combo of a map with a wiki
US Government atlas showing all areas of the United States where high winds may be a resource. Federal government development areas are highlighted along with detailed wind speed and other data for each area.
Formerly MSN Virtual Earth, this is an online mapping, aerial photo, and direction finder. Addresses can be entered for viewing aerial photography or driving directions entered for detailed maps of an area. Some photos are color, others are black and white. Produced by Microsoft.
The Wisconsin GIS & Data Web Resources site provides links to many other sites that provide GIS and related data about Wisconsin: Wisconsin Land Information Board, University of Arkansas' Geographic Information Systems and Maps, Envioronmental Protection Agency, Wisconsin Department of Administration, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, US Geological Survey, the National Atlas, and the GIS Data Depot.
The Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Data site provides information about the geology and hydrology of Wisconsin. Included are geology data sets, water table elevation maps, water table hydrographs, and well records. Links to related sites are also provided.
The WisconsinView Data Portal provides access to photographs, images and related data regarding Wisconsin: photographs from the National Agriculture Imagery Program; Department of Natural Resources Digital Orthophotos; and Landsat MSS, TM, and ETM+ imagery. Tornado data for Wisconsin is also provided. Free registration is required.
A listing of links to GIS information, data libraries, and digital maps of the World.
A portal (listing) of map collections of major map libraries around the world, GIS on the Internet; searching capabilities for information about map libraries, librarians, collections. Produced by the Swiss Library Association.
This dealer web site specializes in providing Canadian topographic, aeronautical, and nautical charts produced by the Canada Map Office. World of Maps also offers maps and atlases of countries other than Canada. A special feature is direct access to The National Atlas of Canada.
A collection of maps (equal area cartograms) from all over the world, this site allows you to resize maps to look at a specific area. Search by map category or using the map index. Map topics include; population maps, land area, food imports and exports, income maps, and many other topics of interest.
The Wyoming Geographic Information Systems Unit serves as a portal for many state, federal, and other agencies that provide GIS and spatial data. GIS data is provided for Wyoming cities and counties, the Wyoming Spatial Data Clearinghouse, the Wyoming Bureau of Land Management, Yellowstone National Park, the Department of Revenue, and other Wyoming agencies. Data from federal agencies, such as the Census Bureau, the EROS Data Center, the FGDC Geospatial Data Clearinghouse, and the National Geologic Map Database, are also provided.
The Wyoming Geolibrary provides digital orthophoto quarter quadrangles, USGS topographic maps, US census line data, DRG's and DRG-E's, and accompanying data. The site also provides links to other GIS resources on the web.
The Wyoming State Geological Survey provides information about geology by subject, including geologic mapping. GIS data is can be downloaded from the GIS & Maps section. The site also provides information for ordering paper maps and links to related sites.
This site provides detailed outline maps of various countries that indicate major cities, borders, and landmarks. Provided by National Geographic Society.
Maps any address in the United States.
Market share -- Statistic
Ref Index Table HF5410 .M35
Entries in this directory provide market share data and rankings of companies, products, and services. Database starts with 2010. Earlier years available in print in the KSU Main Library.
Provides top ten lists and brief reports related to advertisers, marketing, publishing, media, and web sites.
Ref Index Table HF5410 .W67 1999/2001 Approximately 1,670 entries in World Market Share Reporter cover 360 geographic locations. The entries provide world market share data and rankings of companies, products and services. It also offers numerous graphics, a table of topics, an annotated source listing and five indexes.
Market share -- Statistics see Market share -- Statistic
Market surveys -- Europe
Provides research reports covering European, UK-specific, and US consumer markets. The reports analyze market drivers, sizes and trends, market segmentation, along with consumer attitudes and purchasing habits. The reports are supplemented by brief digests of relevant recent events, UK and US demographic and economic statistics and useful lists. Requires Kent.edu e-mail address to create an account.
Market surveys -- Great Britain
Provides research reports covering European, UK-specific, and US consumer markets. The reports analyze market drivers, sizes and trends, market segmentation, along with consumer attitudes and purchasing habits. The reports are supplemented by brief digests of relevant recent events, UK and US demographic and economic statistics and useful lists. Requires Kent.edu e-mail address to create an account.
Market surveys -- United States
Ref Index Table HA214 .A6 2003 Provides national data on education, health, income, labor force, living arrangements, population, spending and wealth. Summaries and statistics. The raw data is collected from U.S. Bureau of Census, Bureau of Labor Statistics, National Center for Educational Statistics and National Center for Health Statistics and analyzed by New Strategist analysts.
Provides research reports covering European, UK-specific, and US consumer markets. The reports analyze market drivers, sizes and trends, market segmentation, along with consumer attitudes and purchasing habits. The reports are supplemented by brief digests of relevant recent events, UK and US demographic and economic statistics and useful lists. Requires Kent.edu e-mail address to create an account.
Market surveys -- United States -- Periodicals
MAIN Ref Index Table HA203.S65 18th ed. (2006)
Ref Index Table HF5415.33 .U6 .L54 2004 Compiled mainly from census data and returned consumer information questionnaires that had been inserted into the packaging of a variety of consumer goods, this popular marketing tool contains three profile sections: 1) Market Profiles, that provide an overview of the demographics and lifestyle interests of the adult population/households in the 210 U.S. DMA (Designated Market Areas) markets; 2) Lifestyle Profiles, that provide demographic and related lifestyle interest information for over 70 lifestyle interests; and 3) Consumer Segment Profiles, that analyze the characteristics of households that fit certain demographic and economic criteria. A fourth section lists consumer magazines and direct marketing lists targeted to each lifestyle interest.
Market surveys -- United States -- Statistics -- Databases
Survey analysis and planning software that includes data from recent Simmons National Consumer Studies (NCS).
Presents data on the product/service-buying and media-using characteristics of a carefully selected, representative sample of 15,000+ U.S. adults, 18 years of age and over. Sample is projected onto the total U.S. adult population. Offers the capability to crosstab demographic characteristics with types or brands of products.
Marketing
Staff, hours, location, and services of UL Communications Office
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Use these databases to find journal articles and other material on marketing topics.
Resources for international marketing
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Homepage for the Kent State University Libraries Communications Office
Marketing -- Case studies
Ref HF5837 .E53 2000 This massive 2,000-page reference profiles 500 of the most notable advertising and marketing campaigns of the twentieth century. Arrangement is by company name and, if the company name is that of a person, by their first name. For each campaign, there is a four-page chapter with an overview, historical content, target market, competition, market strategy, outcome and suggestions for further reading.
Marketing -- Statistics
Ref Index Table HF5410 .M35
Marketing -- United States -- Statistics
HF5415.1 .U8 1999 Market values and market shares of products and services arranged by category.
A free mini-version of My Best Segments, this web site offers a glimpse at the top market clusters by zip code. Can help get a sense of the lifestyle types in a particular area.
Marketing research
MAIN Ref Index Table HA203.S66 20th ed. (2006)
2nd ed. William O. Bearden, Richard G. Netemeyer, Mary F. Mobley. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1999. Ref HF 5415.3 B323 1999 A summary compilation of multi-item, self-report measures used in consumer behavior and marketing research. Each entry includes the scale, information about its construct, development, samples, validity, scores, source of the scale, and further references.
Provides top ten lists and brief reports related to advertisers, marketing, publishing, media, and web sites.
Marketing research -- Electronic information resources
Provides research reports covering European, UK-specific, and US consumer markets. The reports analyze market drivers, sizes and trends, market segmentation, along with consumer attitudes and purchasing habits. The reports are supplemented by brief digests of relevant recent events, UK and US demographic and economic statistics and useful lists. Requires Kent.edu e-mail address to create an account.
Marketing research -- Statistical methods -- Handbooks, manuals, etc
3 Vol. Gordon C. Bruner II, 1992 Paul J. Hensel. Chicago: American Marketing Association, 1992. Ref HF 5415.3 B785 v. 1 - 3 Two to four page summaries of various consumer behavior scales, advertising scales, organizational and salesforce scales, and miscellaneous scales. Entries include scales, scale description, origin, samples, reliability, validity, administration, major findings, and further references.
Marketing research -- United States -- Statistics -- Databases
Survey analysis and planning software that includes data from recent Simmons National Consumer Studies (NCS).
Presents data on the product/service-buying and media-using characteristics of a carefully selected, representative sample of 15,000+ U.S. adults, 18 years of age and over. Sample is projected onto the total U.S. adult population. Offers the capability to crosstab demographic characteristics with types or brands of products.
Marxist criticism
A refereed journal providing articles and multimedia of Marxist criticism.
Mass media
Contains quality research articles in the areas related to communication studies and mass media. Provides access to bibliographic references, reviews, recent encyclopedias and handbooks and full-text of journal articles. Depending on the journal, coverage may extend back to the first issue of a title.
Job description of cataloging positions for graduate students.
Mass media -- United States -- Statistics -- Databases
Survey analysis and planning software that includes data from recent Simmons National Consumer Studies (NCS).
Presents data on the product/service-buying and media-using characteristics of a carefully selected, representative sample of 15,000+ U.S. adults, 18 years of age and over. Sample is projected onto the total U.S. adult population. Offers the capability to crosstab demographic characteristics with types or brands of products.
Mass spectrometry
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.
A free access spectroscopy portal and "Community of Interest" website that provides information about Mass Spectrometry (incorporating Base Peak), X-ray Spectrometry, NMR (incorporating NMR Knowledge Base), Chemometrics (incorporating Chemometrics World), Infrared Atomic Spectroscopy, Raman Spectroscopy, Ultraviolet, MRI, and Proteomics.
materials
Collection Managment's Books and Materials budget page.
Circulation Department homepage
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 on how to read and decipher Library of Congress (LC) call numbers in order to locate a book in the Kent Campus Main Library.
Delivery of library materials to the departmental offices of faculty, staff, and graduate assistants.
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.
Materials -- Research
Policy for multimedia copyright materials
Gateway to publications and services of the MRS. Full-text available to society members.
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.
Materials -- Research -- Periodicals
Gateway to publications and services of the MRS. Full-text available to society members.
Materials -- Standards -- United States
Provides thermochemical, thermophysical, and ion energetics data compiled by NIST under the Standard Reference Data Program.
Materials -- Thermal properties -- Databases
Provides thermochemical, thermophysical, and ion energetics data compiled by NIST under the Standard Reference Data Program.
Materials science
Listing of events and conferences from the Materials Research Institute of Sheffield Hallam University.
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.
Math Library
Brief description and overview of all branch libraries, reference collection, gov docs, and spec coll.
Mathematics
Resources for locating theses and dissertations in the areas of chemistry, physics, liquid crystals, computer science and mathematics.
Service hosted by the Office of Science and Technical Information that searches various e-print hosting sites worldwide.
A listing of dissertations and theses from KentLINK written by students from the Department of Mathematics.
Searchable web version of Mathematical Reviews and Current Mathematical Publications. This database is produced by the American Mathematical Society. Updated daily.
Alphabetical list of abbreviations and full journal titles included in Mathematical Reviews.
Select lising of databases relevant to study and research in mathematics.
These resources support study and research in mathematics.
Resources supporting study and research in mathematics and computer science at Kent State University.
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.
Subscriber access to full-text of journals published by the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
Digital version of CRC Standard Mathematical Tables and Formulae
This site allows for keyword and advanced searching within international resources for geology, engineering, math, and computing. Users can access a variety of materials including articles, websites, and ejournals, as well as industry news and job announcements
Alphabetical listing journals, by abbreviation. Select the letter of the alphabetic that your journal or abbreviation begins with.
Mathematics -- Indexes
Abstracting and reviewing service in pure and applied mathematics. Free access to 3 results for every search.
Mathematics -- Periodicals
Full-text journals in mathematics and statistics.
Subscriber access to full-text of journals published by the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
Subscriber access to journals across many subject areas, published by Wiley. Many may also be available in OhioLINK's Electronic Journal Center.
Mathematics -- Tables
Online update of Abramowitz and Stegun's Handbook of Mathematical Functions (with Formulas, Graphs, and Mathematical Tables), developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Max-Planck-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wissenschaften
Contains information about current research, links to abstracts from Society journals, career opportunities and more.
May 4
The Department of Special Collections and Archives acquires, preserves and provides access to primary sources and rare materials that support the teaching and research programs of Kent State University.
This page serves as a gateway to a wide range of resources related to the Kent State shootings of May 4, 1970 and their aftermath that are housed in the Kent State University Libraries' Dept. of Special Collections and Archives.
Selected books, periodical articles, and websites related to the Kent State shootings and their aftermath.
Selected books, periodical articles, and Web sites related to the Kent State shootings and their aftermath.
Selected books, periodical articles, and Web sites related to the Kent State shootings and their aftermath.
Selected books, periodical articles, and Web sites related to the Kent State shootings and their aftermath.
A list of questions frequently asked and answered in relation to the Kent State shootings.
Make a request for an Information Packet on the Kent State shootings.
A digital archive of selected archival materials from the May 4 collection, Kent State University Libraries, Special Collections and Archives.
Links and other information directed toward students preparing National History Day projects related to the Kent State shootings.
Links to online exhibitions and chronologies which have been prepared by the Department of Special Collections and Archives on the KSU shootings and their aftermath.
A description of the Kent State shootings Oral History Project.
Chronology of events associated with the creation of the May 4 Memorial on the Kent State University campus.
May 4th see May 4
May 4th Room
This page outlines the policy and guidelines for use of the May 4th Resource Room.
media
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Job description of cataloging positions for graduate students.
Media services available at University Libraries
Services and departments involving multimedia creation, editing and publishing, computers and digital equipment loans, photocopying and publishing, etc...
Student Multimedia Studio Home Page
Student Multimedia Studio Hours and Contact Information
Student Multimedia Studio Student Support
Homepage for the Kent State University Libraries Communications Office
A list of links to UL's social media venues
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Media literacy
This resource presents a code for fair use to guide educators using media literacy concepts and techniques.
Media Services
Media services available at University Libraries
Services and departments involving multimedia creation, editing and publishing, computers and digital equipment loans, photocopying and publishing, etc...
home page for all student employment descriptions, applications, and links
Welcome to the Kent State University University Libraries home page
Medicaid
Site provides reports and publications, as well as information for both consumers and providers.
Medical care
This database focuses on the many perspectives of complementary, holistic and integrated approaches to health care and wellness. It covers both scholarly and popular resources, with peer-reviewed materials comprising about 25%. It is possible to limit to scholarly journals only if desired.
List of ranked and evaluated research databases and free web sites for locating resources in the biomedical sciences.
Web search engines and sites that bring together resources of special interest for consumer health and health professionals.
"The mission of Go Ask Alice! is to provide factual, in-depth, straight-forward, and nonjudgmental information to assist readers' decision-making about their physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Go Ask Alice! is supported by a team of Columbia University health educators and health care providers, along with information and research specialists from health-related organizations worldwide." The site provides weekly updates to the latest inquiries and responses, a search feature of the archives with nearly 1,400 previously-posted questions and answers, and "Ask Alice!" feature to ask your own question. Those making inquiries are insured anonomity.
This pages lists resources that comprise our Nation's health care system.
This website from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is designed for individuals, including children and teens, and families, as well as practitioners, researchers, and educators. Information is available by health topics from A to Z or by body location or systems. A “Take a Quiz” box challenges viewers to test their knowledge with a series of constantly rotating true/false questions on hot topics such as diabetes.
HSRR is a searchable database of information about research datasets, instruments/indices and software. Users may examine and compare characteristics of resources employed in health services research, behavioral and social sciences and public health.
Provides information about articles on questionnaires, interview schedules, checklists, index measures, coding schemes and manuals, rating scales and other measurement instruments in the fields of health, psychosocial sciences, organizational behavior, and library and information science.
Healthfinder is a Web site from the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services. It provides an extensive searchable database of reliable online health publications, clearinghouses, Web sites, self-help groups, government agencies, academic centers, and nonprofit agencies.
Intelihealth is produced by Aetna US Healthcare and features Consumer Health Information from Harvard Medical School. The "Look it Up" section includes: drug resources, Symptom Scout, information on tests and procedures, physician and hospital locators, medical dictionary, and more. Subscribes to the HONcode principles.
This site is provided by the American Association for Clinical Chemistry and has been designed to aid both patient and caregiver "to better understand the many clinical lab tests that are part of routine care as well as diagnosis and treatment of a broad range of conditions and diseases." This non-commercial site provides peer-reviewed information.
Excellent collection of quality health sites compiled by the National Library of Medicine. In addition to sources on about 500 diseases and conditions, there are "lists of hospitals and physicians, a medical encyclopedia and dictionaries, health information in Spanish, extensive information on prescription and nonprescription drugs, health information from the media, and links to thousands of clinical trials." Patient education tutorials are also provided.
Mayo Clinic presents this site which includes medical news; information on drugs, first-aid and self-care, and disease conditions. Updated regularly. Also, includes a personal health scorecard, healthy lifestyle planners, disease self-managers, and health decision guides.
Medline Plus is produced by the National Library of Medicine. It provides information about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues.
Site designed for medical professionals that provides access to clinical information, patient information, images, MEDLINE, medical dictionary; plus a searchable database for drugs. Free access; requires one-time registration.
This 1999 centennial edition of the Manual covers all the subjects expected in a textbook of internal medicine as well as expert information relating to special subjects. It is designed to provide "information that helps practitioners achieve optimal care." Material is presented in 23 sections and is completely searchable.
This publication focuses on the medical problems of the elderly, providing clinical information to all physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and other health care professionals involved in the care of elderly patients. Non-health care professionals will also find this publication extremely useful."
This award winning site provides health information in both English and Spanish. It is sponsored by the New York Academy of Medicine and New York Public Library, as well as other institutions.
National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health website for resources related to diabetes and diabetes related health issues.
REHABDATA is produced by the National Rehabilitation Information Center and is freely available on the Web. "The main file, 1997-present, describes over 12,000 documents covering physical, mental, and psychiatric disabilities, independent living, vocational rehabilitation, special education, assistive technology, law, employment, and other issues as they relate to people with disabilities."
Online resource site maintained by the College of Medicine, University of Iowa. Includes a collection of medical textbooks as well as extensive patient information.
"This site provides health, medical, lifestyle and wellness information for all ages. In addition, there is information to prepare consumers for medical emergencies, injuries, minor medical conditions and basic first aid. There are more than 5,500 pages of content written by physicians for the general public."
"All of the information within familydoctor.org has been written and reviewed by the physicians and patient education professionals at the American Academy of Family Physicians. The information is regularly reviewed and updated." The information at the site is organized by special groups (women, men, children, seniors), the body, and common conditions. It is also searchable.
Medical laws and legislation
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.
Medical sciences -- Periodicals -- Databases
Contains critical reviews of significant primary literature in the areas of biology, biomedicine, chemistry, physics, sociology, and related disciplines. Published yearly, this is the online, full-text version of the printed Annual Review of...series. (1998 - present)
Medical statistics see Health statistics
Medicine
An international database covering the life science disciplines, indexing nearly 7,000 journals. Updated monthly.
Biological Abstracts is now available as part of BIOSIS Previews.
List of ranked and evaluated research databases and free web sites for locating resources in the biomedical sciences.
Directory of 10,000 health-related organizations, compiled by the National Library of Medicine. Information is provided for organizations, research resources, projects, and databases concerned with health and biomedicine.
Service hosted by the Office of Science and Technical Information that searches various e-print hosting sites worldwide.
This is a guide to news and resources concerning biology and medicine according to gender.
These are several key sources for identifying research instruments and datasets in the health sciences.
Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition provides nearly 590 scholarly full text journals focusing on many medical disciplines. Also featured are abstracts and indexing for over 627 journals. This database is updated on a daily basis.
Healthfinder is a Web site from the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services. It provides an extensive searchable database of reliable online health publications, clearinghouses, Web sites, self-help groups, government agencies, academic centers, and nonprofit agencies.
Describes journal articles, conference proceedings, books, book reviews, and dissertations in the history of science, technology, medicine and allied historical fields. Updated annually.
This site is provided by the American Association for Clinical Chemistry and has been designed to aid both patient and caregiver "to better understand the many clinical lab tests that are part of routine care as well as diagnosis and treatment of a broad range of conditions and diseases." This non-commercial site provides peer-reviewed information.
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.
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.
Site provides a compilation of equations for various medical calculations. Hand re-checking of all calculations is advised.
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.
Excellent collection of quality health sites compiled by the National Library of Medicine. In addition to sources on about 500 diseases and conditions, there are "lists of hospitals and physicians, a medical encyclopedia and dictionaries, health information in Spanish, extensive information on prescription and nonprescription drugs, health information from the media, and links to thousands of clinical trials." Patient education tutorials are also provided.
MedHunt is a search engine provided by the Health On the Net (HON) Foundation. It provides for searching of the Internet using a robot designed to select only sites that are relevant to the health and medical fields, as well as the HON database for medical sites, for hospitals, and support groups conforming to the HON Code of Conduct for health Internet sites.
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.
Medline Plus is produced by the National Library of Medicine. It provides information about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues.
The adam Health Illustrated Encyclopedia includes over 4,000 articles about diseases, tests, symptoms, injuries, and surgeries. It also contains an extensive library of medical photographs and illustrations.
Site designed for medical professionals that provides access to clinical information, patient information, images, MEDLINE, medical dictionary; plus a searchable database for drugs. Free access; requires one-time registration.
This 1999 centennial edition of the Manual covers all the subjects expected in a textbook of internal medicine as well as expert information relating to special subjects. It is designed to provide "information that helps practitioners achieve optimal care." Material is presented in 23 sections and is completely searchable.
A concise guide to the essential language of medicine, including brand names and generic equivalents of common drugs. Provides more than 35,000 entries, each with a pronunciation guide.
This project was commissioned by The European Commission and executed by Heymans Institute of Pharmacology and Mercator School, Department of Applied Linguistics. Languages covered are: Dansk (Danish), Deutsche (German), English, Español (Spanish), Français (French), Italiano (Italian), Nederlands (Dutch), Português (Portuguese).
Projects of the National Library of Medicine formatted for use on mobile devices, including a mobile version of the PubMed database.
This award winning site provides health information in both English and Spanish. It is sponsored by the New York Academy of Medicine and New York Public Library, as well as other institutions.
Information about diseases, health, scientific resources, current medical issues, and more.
The online catalog of the books, journals, and audiovisuals in the collections of the National Library of Medicine.
National Library of Medicine Style Guide for reference formatting in biomedical literature.
This site contains health information, statistics, links, tools, and women's health related 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.
Subject guide for nursing.
This page includes reference sources of particular interest to health sciences professionals.
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.
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.
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.
Online resource site maintained by the College of Medicine, University of Iowa. Includes a collection of medical textbooks as well as extensive patient information.
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.
"This site provides health, medical, lifestyle and wellness information for all ages. In addition, there is information to prepare consumers for medical emergencies, injuries, minor medical conditions and basic first aid. There are more than 5,500 pages of content written by physicians for the general public."
Medicine -- Dictionaries
Site provides free access to medical abbreviations dictionary, Stedman's Medical Dictionary, dictionary of medical equipment and surgical instruments.
Medical Mnemonics.com is a free, nonprofit, online searchable database of memory-boosting tools to assist in mastering medical information. The database can be downloaded to a personal digital assistant.
A concise guide to the essential language of medicine, including brand names and generic equivalents of common drugs. Provides more than 35,000 entries, each with a pronunciation guide.
Created by the National Human Genome Research Institute, this glossary assists in the understanding of the terms and concepts used in genetic research. Included are spoken pronunciations of terms, expert commentary, and 3-D animations.
Useful site to identify the individuals for whom diseases, syndromes, etc. are named. The site intends to "present a complete survey of all medical phenomena named for a person, with a biography of that person. Eventually, this will include more than 15.000 eponyms and more than 6.000 persons."
Medicine -- Periodicals
Full-text for 2000, 2001, and part of 2002 for journals covering medicinal and organic chemistry, drug development, and more.
Open-access, peer-reviewed repository of full-text, biomedical journals.
Contains full-text of bulletins of academic societies and research papers in most areas of scientific research.
Search Lexis/Nexis for the full-text of selected journals in the physical sciences.
Selective full-text access to journals published by the OUP.
List of PubMed journals that provide links to full-text.
Medicine, Popular
List of ranked and evaluated research databases and free web sites for locating resources in the biomedical sciences.
Web search engines and sites that bring together resources of special interest for consumer health and health professionals.
"The mission of Go Ask Alice! is to provide factual, in-depth, straight-forward, and nonjudgmental information to assist readers' decision-making about their physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Go Ask Alice! is supported by a team of Columbia University health educators and health care providers, along with information and research specialists from health-related organizations worldwide." The site provides weekly updates to the latest inquiries and responses, a search feature of the archives with nearly 1,400 previously-posted questions and answers, and "Ask Alice!" feature to ask your own question. Those making inquiries are insured anonomity.
This database covers many consumer health topics involving the medical sciences, food sciences and nutrition, childcare, sports medicine and general health. It features searchable full-text for over 190 journals including Consumer Reports on Health and Men's Health, as well as abstracts and indexing for over 205 general health, nutrition and professional health care publications.
Healthfinder is a Web site from the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services. It provides an extensive searchable database of reliable online health publications, clearinghouses, Web sites, self-help groups, government agencies, academic centers, and nonprofit agencies.
This site is provided by the American Association for Clinical Chemistry and has been designed to aid both patient and caregiver "to better understand the many clinical lab tests that are part of routine care as well as diagnosis and treatment of a broad range of conditions and diseases." This non-commercial site provides peer-reviewed information.
Excellent collection of quality health sites compiled by the National Library of Medicine. In addition to sources on about 500 diseases and conditions, there are "lists of hospitals and physicians, a medical encyclopedia and dictionaries, health information in Spanish, extensive information on prescription and nonprescription drugs, health information from the media, and links to thousands of clinical trials." Patient education tutorials are also provided.
Mayo Clinic presents this site which includes medical news; information on drugs, first-aid and self-care, and disease conditions. Updated regularly. Also, includes a personal health scorecard, healthy lifestyle planners, disease self-managers, and health decision guides.
An award-winning site bringing together all types of Internet resources relating to mental health (Web sites, discussion lists, newsgroups).
The Home Edition "uses everyday language to provide information about diseases, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment." Includes illustrations.
This award winning site provides health information in both English and Spanish. It is sponsored by the New York Academy of Medicine and New York Public Library, as well as other institutions.
Online resource site maintained by the College of Medicine, University of Iowa. Includes a collection of medical textbooks as well as extensive patient information.
The Harvard Center for Cancer Prevention has created this site for individuals to determine their potential risks for various diseases, including cancer, diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and stroke.
"All of the information within familydoctor.org has been written and reviewed by the physicians and patient education professionals at the American Academy of Family Physicians. The information is regularly reviewed and updated." The information at the site is organized by special groups (women, men, children, seniors), the body, and common conditions. It is also searchable.
Meetings
Includes links to forthcoming meetings, announcements, a calendar, program archives and more.
Search for meetings by date, event type (e.g. symposium, conference, e-conference, short course), city and more. Contact information is included in the entry.
Free registration is required to access the list of conferences. Search by keyword or browse by date. Date, venue, location, topics, travel services and more are included in each conference record.
Listing of conference and meeting resources in the areas of chemistry, liquid crystals, physics
Listing of events and conferences from the Materials Research Institute of Sheffield Hallam University.
A list of meetings maintained by the Liquid Crystal Group Hamburg. Meeting name, date, and link to more information is included for each entry.
Included here are upcoming conferences and events, as well as recently completed conferences, calls for papers, and conference publications.
Links to forthcoming and previous meetings.
Links to past conference web sites.
Search by type of event, date, and keyword. Results include links to conference information.
In Polish and English, this site lists upcoming conferences in Poland and other countries in Europe. Date, location and other conference information is included.
Includes links to the annual meeting, other meetings, meeting archives, an events calendar, and more.
Collection of conferences covering different fields of physics, maintained by physical societies and other institutions.
Search by type of event, date, location, and subject. Results include event description and link to site.
Search by type of event and date. Results include name, date, location, contact information and link to event site.
Access to meetings, symposia, lectures and conferences organized by the RSC. [Please note: This web site will be unavailable from 6:00am Saturday, April 21, 2007 until 11:00pm Sunday, April 22, 2007 for essential maintenance.]
List of SPIE conferences by date and by category/topic. Name, date, location, program and exhibition links are included.
A per-month listing of conference assembled by Dr. Wendy Warr of Warr and Associates.
Men
The online home of Details magazine. Viewers can view read a number of short style articles and view brief cover shoot videos and interviews.
This page contains a list of online fashion design and merchandising resources focused on men and the menswear industry.
This site by the publishers of GQ magazine allows visitors to view menswear runway shows organized by designer and season. The most current runway shows are viewable as well as shows for approximately the last five years. Fashion previews and commentaries are also available.
Gender Studies Database combines Women’s Studies International and Men’s Studies databases with the coverage of sexual diversity issues. GSD covers the full spectrum of gender-engaged scholarship inside and outside academia. Source documents include professional journals, conference papers, books, book chapters, government reports, discussion and working papers, theses & dissertations and other sources
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.
This blog functions as an "internet magazine for men that have flair for style." Several regular columns provide articles and commentaries on events in the field of men's design and fashion. The Resources tab takes visitors to links of designers, magazines and webzines and retailers.
This forecasting agency website provides brief teaser pages designed to promote their trend materials. These teaser pages focus on specific markets in womenswear, menswear and childrenswear and may be useful for researchers.
Men -- United States -- Statistics
Ref Index Table HQ1090.3 .A457 2002
Mensuration
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.
Mental health
An award-winning site bringing together all types of Internet resources relating to mental health (Web sites, discussion lists, newsgroups).
"The National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP) is a searchable online registry of mental health and substance abuse interventions that have been reviewed and rated by independent reviewers." This is an initiative of the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration.
Mental illness -- Classification
4th ed. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association, 1994. Reserve RC 455.2 C4 D54 Classifies mental disorders used in clinical, educational, and research settings. Includes textual descriptions and diagnostic criterias for each disorder. Disorders are classified by type and arranged according to the DSM-IV classification scheme.
Mental illness -- Diagnosis
4th ed. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association, 1994. Reserve RC 455.2 C4 D54 Classifies mental disorders used in clinical, educational, and research settings. Includes textual descriptions and diagnostic criterias for each disorder. Disorders are classified by type and arranged according to the DSM-IV classification scheme.
Metadata
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).
Mexican Americans
Identifies all types of material on Mexican-American topics and about Chicanos; it also includes the broader Latino experience, including Puerto Ricans, Cuban Americans, Central American immigrants. Among the included subjects are education, humanities, psychology, and sociology. Updated quarterly.
Microchemistry
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.
microfiche
Information about electronic article delivery and Interlibrary Loan Services.
microfilm
Information about electronic article delivery and Interlibrary Loan Services.
Microsoft
Student Multimedia Studio Home Page
Student Multimedia Studio Hours and Contact Information
Student Multimedia Studio Student Support
Middle age
Provides extensive coverage of age and age-related issues. Updated 3 times per year.
Middle Ages
Ménestrel was created by a team of medievalists from various research centres in France. It promotes the development of web-based european resources for the study of the Middle Ages, particularly French resources and provides a list of core electronic resources in the field of medieval studies.
Middle school libraries -- Best books
8th ed. Eds. Anne Price and Juliette Yaakov. New York: H.W. Wilson, 2000. An annotated and classified list of books published in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. for young adults. Includes an author, title, subject, and analytical index. Includes some out of print titles.
Minorities -- Medical care
"Diversity Rx is a clearinghouse of information on how to meet the language and cultural needs of minorities, immigrants, refugees and other diverse populations seeking health care." Highlights why language and culture are important in the provision of health care. Sponsored by the National Conference of State Legislatures, Resources for Cross Cultural Health Care, Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.
Useful case studies from the American Academy of Family Physicians on the American Medical Student Association website. Covers: preferential treatment, cultural beliefs in a scientific presentation, affirmative action, racial stereotyping, effect of racial bias, misinformation.
The American Public Health Association's Web site includes an advocacy section for issues including this site promoting the elimination of health disparities.
The EthnoMed site is produced by the Harborview Medical Center and "contains information about cultural beliefs, medical issues and other related issues pertinent to the health care of recent immigrants to Seattle, many of whom are refugees fleeing war-torn parts of the world." Culture specific information includes that provided for Amharic, Cambodian, chinese, Eritrean, Ethiopian, Mexican, Oromo, Somali, Tigrean, and Vietamese groups.
This site from the Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforcefor lets you search for published literature related to the Healthy People 2010 focus areas.
This resource from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality offers annual reports on healthcare quality and health disparities from 2003 to the present.
These are useful resources on multicultural health that address general issues in working with other ethnic groups and links to information on specific groups.
"The mission of the National Center for Cultural Competence (NCCC) is to increase the capacity of health care and mental health programs to design, implement and evaluate culturally and linguistically competent service delivery systems." Includes links to valuable resources.
The mission of the National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NCMHD) is to promote minority health and to lead, coordinate, support, and assess the NIH effort to reduce and ultimately eliminate health disparities.
The NHEC is a policy and advocacy network committed to the elimination of racial and ethnic health disparities and the achievement of health equity.
The mission of the Office of Minority Health is to improve the health of racial and ethnic populations through the development of effective health policies and programs that help to eliminate disparities in health.
Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforce is a collaboration of U.S. government agencies, public health organizations, and health sciences libraries which provides timely, convenient access to selected public health resources on the Internet.
Minorities in literature -- Bibliography
Lyn Miller-Lachmann. New Providence, NJ: R.R. Bowker, 1992. Z1037 .M654 1992
missing
Instructions for library users who cannot find a book on shelf.
Instructions for library users who cannot find a book on shelf.
Modern Language Association of America
Founded in 1883 by teachers and scholars, the Modern Language Association promotes the study and teaching of language and literature
Molecular biology
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
An interactive and comprehensive source of step-by-step protocols for research techniques covering the areas of cell and molecular biology, genetics, bioinformatics, protein science, and imaging.
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
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 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 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.
Molecular orbitals
Contains images that represent atomic orbitals and molecular orbitals, animated plots of wave functions, animated plots of electron density, "dot-density" plots of electron density, and plots of radial distribution functions.
Money
A Web site that allows you to check the current interest rates and find the best CDs for investment as well as compare mortgage rates, home loans, CD rates, auto loans, and credit cards.
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.
A Web site that provides information on credit cards and ranks the best.
Converts every known world currency using real time rates.
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 video presenting traditional banking in a series of modules. The first module looks at banking in a rural Austrian village. The second concentrates on the trading of derivatives in the city of London. The third explores venture capitalism through the case study of Novarox AG, a telecommunications software company with headquarters in Zurich.
Converts one kind of currency into another for any day since January 1, 1990. Updated 8 pm daily EST.
A collection of quality Web sites on banking from the Internet Public Library
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.
Also available as an e-book
This is a streaming video available via OhioLINK. The video examines government attempts to stabilize the economy and explores fractional reserve banking, the deposits in chartered banks, and how reserves can be increased.
Also available as a PDF file for download.
Motion pictures
Provides criticism on contemporary theatre, film and television as well as biographical and bibliographical information on people in this field. Full-text version of the print reference set by the same name. Part of the Gale Virtual Reference Library.
California's Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising Museum and Galleries houses "over 10,000 costumes, accessories and textiles from the 18th century to the present day, including film and theatre costume." Select Online Exhibits to see many past and present exhibits including previous examples from the museum's annual 'The Art of Motion Picture Costume Design' exhibit.
Covers the literature about television and film writing. It provides cover-to-cover indexing and abstracts for more than 300 publications, and selected coverage of 300 more. Subject coverage includes film & television theory, preservation & restoration, writing, production, cinematography, technical aspects, and reviews
International film series hosted by Libraries and Media Services at Kent State University.
Schedule and information about international films shown at Kent State University.
Kent State University's presentation of new Japanese films.
Kent State University's Libraries and Media Services 2008 South American film series.
Kent State University's presentation of the TOURNEES Festival of new French films.
Kent State University's presentation of the TOURNEES Festival of new French films.
Motion pictures -- Reviews
Covers the literature about television and film writing. It provides cover-to-cover indexing and abstracts for more than 300 publications, and selected coverage of 300 more. Subject coverage includes film & television theory, preservation & restoration, writing, production, cinematography, technical aspects, and reviews
Motion pictures for children -- Catalogs
Ed. Irene Wood. New York: Neal-Schuman, 1999. Ref PN1998 .M85 1999 A directory of sources for locating multimedia materials for both individual cultures and multicultural offerings for children, primarily K-12. Includes listings of distributors.
Motor ability -- Testing
Carolyn Compton. Upper Saddle, NJ: Globe Fearon, 1996. Ref LB 1131.C5416 1996 Three to four page descriptions of a variety of tests concerned with academic skills, perception, memory, speech, language, gross motor skills, intelligence, and development for special populations. Descriptions include sample questions, what each test measures, how it is measured and the mean scores of each test.
multimedia
Applications and hardware available at the Express Multimedia Workstations.
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.
Job description of cataloging positions for graduate students.
Media services available at University Libraries
Services and departments involving multimedia creation, editing and publishing, computers and digital equipment loans, photocopying and publishing, etc...
Multimedia resources licensed and openly available for educational use by Kent State University students, faculty, and staff.
Multimedia licensed or openly available for educational use by Kent State University faculty, students, and staff.
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.
Student Multimedia Studio Software and Equipment
Student Multimedia Studio faculty support programs and services
Student Multimedia Studio News
Student Multimedia Studio Policies and Procedures
Student Multimedia Studio Tour
SMS Tutorial: How to use EZCD Creator
Student Multimedia Studio Tutorials
SMS Embed Music into a Web Page Tutorial
Student Multimedia Studio Home Page
Student Multimedia Studio Hours and Contact Information
Student Multimedia Studio Student Support
Homepage for the Kent State University Libraries Communications Office
Music
Index of songs from Arizona State University owned anthologies
Look for information on your favorite artists, songs and styles of music.
The American Choral Directors Association is a professional, nonprofit music-education organization. The goal of the organization is to promote excellence in choral music through performance, composition, publication, research, and teaching. It also works to improve choral music’s position in American society. The organization was founded in 1959.
American Choral Music, 1870-1923, a collaboration of the American Choral Directors Association and the Library of Congress, provides access to significant choral music in the public domain by the leading American composers of the time.
A professional organization dedicated to the creative teaching approach developed by Carl Orff and Gunild Keetman. Association members are united by their belief that music and movement – to speak, sing and play; to listen and understand; to move and create – should be an active and joyful expert.
A membership organization for band teachers and players, helping them to develop and refine their careers.
A professional organization for string and orchestra teachers and players, helping them to develop and refine their careers.
Freely available standards based, interdisciplinary lesson plans and activities for K-12 Performing Arts and Visual Arts educators sponsored by The Kennedy Center. This site also includes professional development resources, student materials, and guidelines for arts-based instruction and assessment.
Interactive guide to the instruments of the orchestra and the conductor, created by the BBC Orchestras.
Interactive games that incorporate music concepts, created by the BBC Orchestras. If Adobe Shockwave is not installed on your computer, please take a moment and install: http://get.adobe.com/shockwave/.
Index of songs composed from the late 16th century to the present.
A virtual library of over 2,000 pieces of sheet music published in California between 1852 and 1900.
Citations from over 600 Canadian music periodicals, from the late 19th century to the present.
Come listen to a panel of professionals who enjoy successful music-related careers.
The Center for Popular Music is an archive and research center devoted to the study of American popular music from the pre-revolutionary era to the present. Approximately 62,000 pieces of sheet music have been cataloged, and may be searched online.
This sheet music collection, collected by businessman Charles Templeton, contains over 22,000 pieces of sheet music from late nineteenth and early twentieth century America. It covers many genres, from the ragtime of Scott Joplin, the Dixieland of W. C. Handy, the smooth ballads of Irving Berlin, the stirring patriotic anthems of John Phillips Sousa and George M. Cohan to the early roots of big band.
When completed this collection will consist of digitized images of all scores in the University of Chicago Library's Chopin collection. You may search for scores by title, genre, plate number, publisher or place of publication.
The Choral Public Domain Library (CPDL) is a free sheet music website specializing in choral music. Begun in December 1998, it has over 5,000 scores listed in the database. Hundreds of volunteers have contributed music scores, and over 40 affiliated free sheet music websites are cataloged.
An online streaming music service featuring works from the Medieval era through the present. Recordings can be located by browsing lists or by using either the basic or advanced search engines, and users can create and save playlists of their favorite music. Note: Off-campus access to Classical Music Library requires Internet Explorer.
An index of the complete program notes (and subsequently, the performances) of the Cleveland Orchestra created by the Cleveland Institute of Music Library.
The purpose of the “Codices Electronici Sangallenses” is to provide access to the medieval codices in the Abbey Library of St. Gallen by creating a virtual library. At the present time (2008), the virtual library contains 144 manuscripts.
The CEEC project is a digital repository of the medieval manuscript holdings of the Episcopal and Cathedral Library of Cologne. As the name states, the library consists in fact of two libraries, the Episcopal Library and the Cathedral Library, with the oldest volume dating back to 590/604. To view the site in English, click on the “optionen tab” on the home page and then select the English radio button.
Descriptions of collections in the UK and Ireland.
This companion web site to the PBS documentary film "Copyright Criminals," examines the history of musical sampling, provoking debates about copyright, compensation and creativity in the age of intellectual property. To understand the complexity of the debate over sampling and copyright law, visitors should check out the link "Sampling" near the top of the page, which provides "Sampling: an Overview", a "Timeline", which can be viewed as a flipbook, list, map, or traditional timeline, and a "Glossary of Terms". The "Classroom" feature for the film is for 9th-12th graders, as well as for college students. Video modules explain the different issues in the debate, such as "Can You Own a Sound?", "Sampling in Other Forms of Media and Industry", and "Hip Hop Sampling Theft or Tribute?" All the "Educational Materials" including "Educator Guide", "Teacher and Student Handout", and "Discussion Guide" are available below the video modules, and are free to download.
Copyright guidelines, provisions, and resources, from the Music Library Association.
The purpose of this weblog is to educate about copyright, licensing and digital property in plain English and to provide resources from articles to discussions to newsletters to courses and books. Created by Lesley Ellen Harris, lawyer, author and educator.
Online audio reserves for DAN 47095, Music for Dancers.
Online audio reserves for DAN 47095, Music for Dancers.
A nonprofit corporation dedicated to the purpose of promoting the artistic and pedagogical principles of Emile Jaques-Dalcroze through educational workshops, publications, financial and consultative assistance, and the encouragement of local chapters throughout the United States. The DSA welcomes musicians, dancers, actors, therapists, and artist-educators who study and promote the Dalcroze Eurhythmics approach to music learning and performance.
A project of several British institutions to digitize some old and fragile manuscripts; time period of some extends into the Renaissance.
Presents a large variety of links to resources for performing arts.
"The scores and libretti in this Virtual Collection include first and early editions and manuscript copies of music from the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries by J.S. Bach and Bach family members, Mozart, Schubert and other composers, as well as multiple versions of nineteenth century opera scores, seminal works of musical modernism, and music of the Second Viennese School. Many, such as variant editions of nineteenth century operas and related libretti, fall into intellectually related sets that are meant to be seen and used together."
A growing image database of medieval and renaissance manuscripts that unites scattered resources from many institutions into an international tool for teaching and scholarly research. It bridges the gap between a diverse user community and the limited resources of libraries by means of sample imaging and extensive rather than intensive cataloging.
The Director Speaks series features directors discussing their approach and interpretation of their work in an open forum, usually the week of the production's opening.
Database of citations for completed dissertations and new dissertation topics in musicology, music theory, ethnomusicology, and related disciplines.
Over 235 manuscripts in 13 Swiss libraries have been high resolution digitized. Fully zoomable. Search by Author, Title, Age, and Signature.
Lists death dates for musicians as reported in current media. Updated daily.
"The Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library at Duke University holds a significant collection of 19th and early 20th century American sheet music. The Historic American Sheet Music Project provides access to digital images of 3042 pieces from the collection, published in the United States between 1850 and 1920."
This multimedia web site is part of an 18-month project to catalog, digitize, and preserve every item in Indiana University's extensive collections pertaining to the life and career of master songwriter Hoagland "Hoagy" Carmichael (1899-1981). The site presents a complete catalog of the entire Carmichael Collection, access to selected digital objects, and supplemental research information, such as genealogy. The Hoagy Carmichael Collection contains sound recordings of Hoagy's music, letters, photographs of him and his family, print and handwritten musical compositions, and more.
Lesson plan library organized by grade level with a separate section of seasonal lesson plans organized by date. This site was developed by Kyle Yamnitz, students and faculty from the University of Missouri and users of the website.
Tunes associated with pre-1821 English-language hymns (University of Illinois).
Full-text scans of scores in the public domain, numerous contributors, over 20,000. Project also provides a clear and useful definition of public domain as defined in various countries as well as in the United States. After a hiatus from October 2007-Sept 2008 to resolve public domain interpretation, this project is again active. Use with caution. Wiki-style; lots of useful repertoire, scanning quality varies, some unconventional title or genre designations may appear.
"IN Harmony: Sheet Music from Indiana is a search and discovery system for accessing sheet music from the Indiana University Lilly Library, the Indiana State Library, the Indiana State Museum, and the Indiana Historical Society. Funded through a National Leadership Grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), IN Harmony features Indiana-related sheet music - sheet music by Indiana composers, arrangers, lyricists or publishers as well as sheet music about the state."
From the Cook Music Library, Indiana University, includes selected opera, song, orchestral, chamber, and piano literature from the public domain.
MT1.A552 I6 2010 (Performing Arts Library Reference) "Provides guidelines for elementary teachers with limited [music] experience as well as for music specialists." (back cover)
The database provides a comprehensive multicultural and inter-disciplinary research tool available to theater students, educators and professionals. Developed from data going back to 1984, this comprises a fully indexed, cross-referenced and annotated databank of journal articles, books, book articles and dissertation abstracts on all aspects of theatre and performance.
General information, statistics and fun facts about Broadway shows, theaters and people. Includes currently playing shows as well as past productions.
Established in 1997, this sheet music collection consists of popular songs and piano compositions that portray technologies as revealed through song texts and/or cover art. A growing collection, over 50 titles are currently available.
JSTOR is an electronic archive of complete journal backruns, current to within 2 to 5 years. The collections include: Arts & Sciences I-VIII, Business Collection I-III, Ecology & Botany, General Science, and Language and Literature. For Kent State University, students and faculty now have access to 381 JSTOR journals representing over 2 million articles.
Digital collection of 21 volumes of opera and ballet scores downloadable as Adobe Acrobat PDF files and background resources pertaining to French composer Jean-Baptiste Lully (1632-1687)
The Juilliard Manuscript Collection contains 138 autograph manuscripts, sketches, engraver’s proofs, and first editions donated to the school in 1986 by Bruce Kovner. Forty-two composers are represented, including Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Copland, Debussy, Liszt, Mozart, Schubert, Schumann, and Stravinsky.
Online audio reserves for Kent/Blossom Music, Summer 2005.
Online audio reserves for Kent/Blossom Music, Summer 2005.
Online audio reserves for Kent-Blossom Music, Summer 2006.
Online audio reserves for Kent-Blossom Music, Summer 2006.
Online audio reserves for Kent/Blossom Music, Summer 2007.
Online audio reserves for Kent/Blossom Music, Summer 2007.
Online audio reserves for Kent/Blossom Music, Summer 2008.
Online audio reserves for Kent/Blossom Music, Summer 2008.
This alternative interface for KentLINK finds printed music and sound recordings according to specific instrumental and/or vocal combinations. For details on search procedures, consult the instructions at the top of the search screen and the accompanying list of tips.
Instructional guide to using KentLINK Musical Instrumentation Search
An index of songs appearing in books located in the Central Library Art & Music Department of the Los Angeles Public Library.
Part of Special Collections at the Milton S. Eisenhower Library of Johns Hopkins University, this collection contains over 29,000 pieces of popular American music spanning the period 1780-1960. An image of the cover and each page of music is available if the music was published before 1923 and is in the public domain.
List of library catalogs useful in music research.
Information about the presentation of the film series "Looking at: Jazz" at Kent State University, February - April, 2007.
Similar to IBDB, only featuring information about Off-Broadway productions. Archives date back to 1958 (as of April 2010).
Online listening materials for MUS 12211, Music of Western Cultures.
Online listening reserves for MUS 18611, Singer's Diction I
Online listening reserves for MUS 18611, Singer's Diction I
Online listening reserves for MUS 18611, Singer's Diction I
Online listening reserves for MUS 18612, Singer's Diction II
Online listening reserves for MUS 18612, Singer's Diction II
Online listening reserves for MUS 18612, Singer's Diction II
Online listening materials for MUS 21121, Music Theory to 1750.
Online listening materials for MUS 21121, Music Theory to 1750.
Online audio reserves for MUS 21122, Music Theory 1750-1900.
Online audio reserves for MUS 21122, Music Theory 1750-1900.
Online audio reserves for MUS 22111, The Understanding of Music.
Online audio reserves for MUS 22111, The Understanding of Music.
Online listening materials for MUS 22111, Understanding Music.
Online listening materials for MUS 22111, Understanding Music.
Online listening materials for MUS 22111, Understanding Music.
Online listening materials for MUS 22111, Understanding Music.
Online audio reserves for MUS 22121, Music as a World Phenomenon.
Online audio reserves for MUS 22121, Music as a World Phenomenon.
Online audio reserves for MUS 22121, Music as a World Phenomenon.
Online audio reserves for MUS 22121, Music as a World Phenomenon.
Online audio reserves for MUS 22121, Music as a World Phenomenon.
Online audio reserves for MUS 22121, Music as a World Phenomenon.
Online audio reserves for MUS 22121, Music as a World Phenomenon.
Online audio reserves for MUS 22121, Music as a World Phenomenon.
Online audio reserves for MUS 22121, Music as a World Phenomenon.
Online audio reserves for MUS 22121, Music as a World Phenomenon.
Online audio reserves for MUS 22121, Music as a World Phenomenon.
Online listening materials for MUS 31121 Western Music Since 1900.
Online listening materials for MUS 42131/52131 America's Music.
Online listening materials for MUS 42131/52131 America's Music.
Online audio reserves for MUS 42221 Symphonic Literature.
Online audio reserves for MUS 42221 Symphonic Literature.
Online audio reserves for MUS 42241, Piano Literature.
Online audio reserves for MUS 42241, Piano Literature.
Online audio reserves for MUS 42261/52261 Opera Literature.
Online audio reserves for MUS 42261/52261 Opera Literature.
Online audio reserves for MUS 45212/55212/65212, Kent State University Orchestra.
Online listening materials for MUS 52251 Song Literature.
Online listening materials for MUS 52251, Song Literature, American Unit.
Online listening materials for MUS 52251, Song Literature, British Unit.
Online listening materials for MUS 52251, Song Literature, French Unit.
Online listening materials for MUS 52251, Song Literature, German Unit.
Test page generation to export table content for CommonSpot and/or LibGuides.
Online listening materials for MUS 52251, Song Literature, Spring 2006, German Unit.
Online listening materials for MUS 52251, Song Literature, Italian Unit.
Online listening materials for MUS 52271, Choral Literature.
Online listening materials for MUS 52271, Choral Literature.
Online audio reserves for MUS 55131 Opera Workshop, Fall 2005.
Online listening materials for MUS 6/71172 Analytical Techniques II.
Online listening materials for MUS 6/71172 Analytical Techniques II.
Online listening materials for MUS 61172/71172, Analytical Techniques II.
Online listening materials for MUS 6/71172 Analytical Techniques II - Beethoven's Complete Piano Sonatas
Online listening reserves for MUS 61171/71171 Analytical Techniques I.
Online audio reserves for MUS 61171/71171, Analytical Techniques I
Online audio reserves for MUS 61171/71171, Analytical Techniques I
Online audio reserves for MUS 61171/71171, Analytical Techniques I
Online audio reserves for MUS 61171/71171, Analytical Techniques I
Online listening materials for MUS 62541/72541 Music History IV.
Online listening materials for MUS 62541/72541 Music History IV.
Online listening materials for MUS 62541/72541 Music History IV.
Online listening materials for MUS 62541/72541 Music History IV.
Job description of cataloging positions for graduate students.
The Digital Mozart Edition is a digitized facsimile edition of most of Mozart's instrumental and vocal works iin the NMA. Provided by the Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg.
Subject Guide for Music
List of software available on computers in the Performing Arts Library and adjacent computer labs.
Online resources for ethnomusicology research.
Instructional guide to finding scores and sound recordings in KentLINK
Instructional guide to finding printed music and sound recordings in collections.
Instructional guide to finding printed music in collected editions.
Collection development guidelines for the Music Department
Use these databases and encyclopedias to find articles in music.
Online resources for music education research.
Index to writings on classical and popular music, including scholarly and journalistic publications and reviews of books, recordings, and performances. Covers publications from 1979 to the present. Updated quarterly. See print edition for coverage of writings from 1949 to present.
Online resources for music librarianship research.
Online resources for Music Performance research.
Online resources for brass instrument players.
Online resources for keyboard and Percussion instrument players.
Online resources for String instrument players.
Online resources for Music Performance research for vocalists.
Online resources for Wind instrument players.
Online resources for Music Theory & Composition.
Free web resources for music information.
Music for the Nation: American Sheet Music contains more than 62,500 pieces of historical sheet music registered for copyright during the years 1820--1885. Included are digital images of popular songs, operatic arias, piano music, sacred and secular choral music, solo instrumental music, method books and instructional materials, and music for band and orchestra. The collection may be browsed by author, subject, or title or searched by keyword.
Companion website to John Jacobson's MusicExpress magazine. Includes worksheets, teacher ideas and tips and lesson plans.
Contains all 2500 from the Trent Codices.
The Sibley Music Library at the Eastman School of Music (University of Rochester) has an extensive digital score collection with stable URLs which may be printed and downloaded.
The Cyber Encyclopedia of Musical Theatre, TV and Film.
This publication is a music listening curriculum resource designed to support any K-12 music curriculum in North America. There are suggestions on how one might teach the "Achievements" found in "Achieving Musical Understanding- Concepts and Skills" for K-8 and 9-12
Contains booklets and research articles published by NAfME (National Association for Music Education).
The National Association for Music Education (NAfME, formerly the Music Educators National Conference, works to advance music education by encouraging the study and making of music by all.
Outlines the national standards for K-12 music education.
Includes an introduction to classical music, a glossary, and sections on opera and audience etiquette.
"Naxos Music Library is the most comprehensive collection of classical music available online. It includes the complete Naxos, Marco Polo and Da Capo catalogues of over 560,000 tracks, including Classical music, Historical recordings, Jazz, World, Folk and Chinese music. While listening via Adobe Flash Player, users can read notes on the works being played as well as biographical information on composers or artists in Naxos's extensive database. If Adobe Flash Player 10 is not installed on your computer, please take a moment and install: http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer"--FAQ page
Student oriented resource that provides opportunities for individual exploration of music topics. Topics include "Meet the Instruments ," "The Story of Classical Music ," and a series of recordings called "Music for Kids ."
Interactive website that teaches music history concepts and about the instruments of the orchestra, created by the New York Philharmonic. If Adobe Shockwave is not installed on your computer, please take a moment and install: http://get.adobe.com/shockwave/.
Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) is the principal organization in Ohio promoting music education in elementary and secondary schools as well as colleges and universities. One of the largest state music education associations in the United States, OMEA is a federated state affiliate of MENC, The National Association for Music Education.
Online resources for Score and Sheet Music Collections.
Open Mic Lunches at the Performing Arts Library allow for presentation of your music, theatre,dance, or poetry material in front of a friendly audience. Sets can be anywhere from 5 to 20 minutes. For more information, contact Joe Clark in the Performing Arts Library.
Organization of American Kodály Educators was founded in 1975. Its purpose is to promote Kodály's concept of "Music for Everyone" through the improvement of music education in schools.
Includes full-text of the the Encyclopedia of Popular Music (4th ed.), Grove Music Online, the Oxford Companion to Music (2002 revision) and the Oxford Dictionary of Music (2nd ed. rev.).
Includes the Oxford Dictionary of Dance, the Concise Oxford Dictionaries of Music and Opera, Who's Who in Opera, the Oxford Companions to Music and Shakespeare, the Concise Oxford Companion to Theatre, and more
Freely available standards based lesson plans and activities for K-12 Performing Arts and Visual Arts educators sponsored by PBS.
Tutorials to finding music materials in KentLINK and the Performing Arts Library.
A guide to performing arts resources at the Library of Congress. Users can find digitized items from the collections; special Web presentations on topics and collections; articles and biographical essays; finding aids to collections; databases for performing arts resources; information on concerts at the Library; and a special Performing Arts Resource Guide which contains entries for hundreds of Library collections, Web sites, databases and exhibits.
Performing Arts Library home page.
Includes links to the new materials list, list of current subscriptions, and collection development guidelines for the Performing Arts Library Collection.
Performing Arts Library - About the Collections
Resources for music sound recordings.
This page contains links to pages for music, theatre and dance courses with online listening and Electronic Reserves (E-Reserves).
Complete listing of links to pages developed for course assignments for current and past semesters.
Stop by the Performing Arts Library for refreshments, live performances, and engaging conversation. The Performing Arts Library staff will be on hand to meet and greet. For more information, contact Joe Clark in the Performing Arts Library.
The Performing Arts Library Colloquium Series explores a broad range of topics in music, theatre, and dance. This page includes Bios and Abstracts for the participants on April 24, 2012.
The Performing Arts Library Colloquium Series explores a broad range of topics in music, theatre, and dance. This page includes Bios and Abstracts for the participants on April 25, 2011.
The Performing Arts Library Colloquium Series explores a broad range of topics in music, theatre, and dance. This page includes Bios and Abstracts for the participants on April 28, 2011.
The Performing Arts Library Colloquium Series explores a broad range of topics in music, theatre, and dance. This page includes Bios and Abstracts for the participants on December 7, 2011.
The Performing Arts Library Colloquium Series explores a broad range of topics in music, theatre, and dance. This page includes Bios and Abstracts for the participants on March 15, 2012.
The Performing Arts Library Colloquium Series explores a broad range of topics in music, theatre, and dance. This page includes Bios and Abstracts for the participants on May 1, 2012.
The Performing Arts Library Colloquium Series explores a broad range of topics in music, theatre, and dance. This page includes Bios and Abstracts for the participants on May 2, 2011.
The Performing Arts Library Colloquium Series explores a broad range of topics in music, theatre, and dance. This page includes Bios and Abstracts for the participants on November 30, 2011.
The Performing Arts Library Colloquium Series explores a broad range of topics in music, theatre, and dance. We encourage participation from faculty, students, scholars, and community members.
The Performing Arts Library Colloquium Series explores a broad range of topics in music, theatre, and dance. We encourage participation from faculty, students, scholars, and community members.
Information about reserve services in the Performing Arts Library.
Form to place reserve requests for Performing Arts Library books and journals.
Form to place reserve requests for Performing Arts Library sound recordings and scores.
Information for faculty about reserve services in the Performing Arts Library.
Provides information about Group Listening/Viewing Rooms in the Performing Arts Library.
Description of reference services available in the Performing Arts Library.
Tutorials and resources for distance learners on how to gain access to library collections and services.
Description of services and facilities at the KSU Performing Arts Library.
Biographical information.
The UCLA Music Library's Archive of Popular American Music covers the history of popular music in the United States from 1790 to the present. The archive is designed to provide access to digital versions of the sheet music, and performances of the songs now in the public domain.
Includes references (most with abstracts) to scholarly writings, including books, articles, and dissertations from 1969 to the present in English and most European languages. Updated monthly.
Library of interdisciplinary lesson plan developed by the Summer Teacher Institute at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Interactive website that teaches music history concepts and about the instruments of the orchestra, created by the San Francisco Symphony.
The Sam DeVincent Collection of American Sheet Music, held at the Lilly Library at Indiana University , contains approximately 24,000 pieces of sheet music, songbooks, and folios. DeVincent collected sheet music for the artistry of the illustrated covers as well as for the music.
Supported by the Vienna Science and Technology Fund, this online website provides access to 500 digital images of materials by and about Franz Schubert, including autograph scores, correspondence, and related documentation.
The Sheet Music Consortium is a virtual and searchable catalog of sheet music in the United States collected from Sheet Music Consortium member institutions (UCLA, Indiana University, Johns Hopkins University, and Duke University) and those of the Library of Congress and other collections.
Library of interdisciplinary music lesson plan developed by web site users.
An index to traditional folk songs of the world with an emphasis on English-language songs. Each entry includes the song title, first line of chorus, first line of verse, and full bibliographic information on the source. The index contains over 62,000 entries, and, to date indexes over 2,400 anthologies.
The Future of Music Coalition works to ensure a diverse musical culture where artists flourish and are compensated fairly for their work, and where fans can find the music they want. Learn about related issues and research and read the FutureBlog.
MT7 .M872 2000 (Performing Arts Library Reference) K-8 Curriculum for teaching general music.
A collection of useful links for full text play sources, theater history, musical theater, design and technology, and others.
An Interactive Guide into the Great Composers' Finest Symphonies.
This database provides access to about 50,000 songs in more than 1,500 published song anthologies. Created by the University of Tennessee Music Library.
The University has approximately 150,000 items including examples from the late 18th through the 20th centuries. The Digital Sheet Music collection was originally published between 1890 and 1922.
Provides information about Wireless Printing in the Performing Arts Library.
The largest site for contemporary art, art news, art history, contemporary artist and gallery portfolios, online since 1995.
Music -- Databases
The OhioLINK Music Center, a subset of the Naxos Music Library, is an online streaming music database of international works from Classical to Spoken Word. The 78,000+ tracks, 21,000+ works can be searched or browsed by track, title, performer, album, composer and date of composition. Flash player is required. Access to the music files is restricted to the students, faculty and staff of OhioLINK member institutions.
Music -- Encyclopedias
Comprehensive music research of all the world's peoples. Contains the full text of the 10 volume print encyclopedia. Each volume covers a geographic region, a survey of its musical heritage, and a description of specific musical genres, practices, and performances. Articles include photographs of musicians, musical instruments, and the cultural context of dances, rituals, and ceremonies. Also includes drawings, maps, and musical examples.
Music appreciation
Interactive guide to the instruments of the orchestra and the conductor, created by the BBC Orchestras.
Interactive games that incorporate music concepts, created by the BBC Orchestras. If Adobe Shockwave is not installed on your computer, please take a moment and install: http://get.adobe.com/shockwave/.
An online streaming music service featuring works from the Medieval era through the present. Recordings can be located by browsing lists or by using either the basic or advanced search engines, and users can create and save playlists of their favorite music. Note: Off-campus access to Classical Music Library requires Internet Explorer.
Use these databases and encyclopedias to find articles in music.
Online resources for music librarianship research.
"Naxos Music Library is the most comprehensive collection of classical music available online. It includes the complete Naxos, Marco Polo and Da Capo catalogues of over 560,000 tracks, including Classical music, Historical recordings, Jazz, World, Folk and Chinese music. While listening via Adobe Flash Player, users can read notes on the works being played as well as biographical information on composers or artists in Naxos's extensive database. If Adobe Flash Player 10 is not installed on your computer, please take a moment and install: http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer"--FAQ page
Student oriented resource that provides opportunities for individual exploration of music topics. Topics include "Meet the Instruments ," "The Story of Classical Music ," and a series of recordings called "Music for Kids ."
Interactive website that teaches music history concepts and about the instruments of the orchestra, created by the New York Philharmonic. If Adobe Shockwave is not installed on your computer, please take a moment and install: http://get.adobe.com/shockwave/.
Resources for music sound recordings.
This page contains links to pages for music, theatre and dance courses with online listening and Electronic Reserves (E-Reserves).
Interactive website that teaches music history concepts and about the instruments of the orchestra, created by the San Francisco Symphony.
An Interactive Guide into the Great Composers' Finest Symphonies.
Musical instruments
Interactive guide to the instruments of the orchestra and the conductor, created by the BBC Orchestras.
Interactive games that incorporate music concepts, created by the BBC Orchestras. If Adobe Shockwave is not installed on your computer, please take a moment and install: http://get.adobe.com/shockwave/.
Use these databases and encyclopedias to find articles in music.
Online resources for Music Performance research.
Online resources for brass instrument players.
Online resources for keyboard and Percussion instrument players.
Online resources for String instrument players.
Online resources for Wind instrument players.
Student oriented resource that provides opportunities for individual exploration of music topics. Topics include "Meet the Instruments ," "The Story of Classical Music ," and a series of recordings called "Music for Kids ."
Interactive website that teaches music history concepts and about the instruments of the orchestra, created by the New York Philharmonic. If Adobe Shockwave is not installed on your computer, please take a moment and install: http://get.adobe.com/shockwave/.
Interactive website that teaches music history concepts and about the instruments of the orchestra, created by the San Francisco Symphony.
An Interactive Guide into the Great Composers' Finest Symphonies.
Musicology
JSTOR is an electronic archive of complete journal backruns, current to within 2 to 5 years. The collections include: Arts & Sciences I-VIII, Business Collection I-III, Ecology & Botany, General Science, and Language and Literature. For Kent State University, students and faculty now have access to 381 JSTOR journals representing over 2 million articles.
Use these databases and encyclopedias to find articles in music.
Online resources for music librarianship research.
Resources for music sound recordings.
This page contains links to pages for music, theatre and dance courses with online listening and Electronic Reserves (E-Reserves).
Mythology
Provides the complete text of Thomas Bulfinch's "The Age of Fable or Beauties of Mythology" (1913). The text is searchable by key term or browsable by chapter/topic.