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Wage surveys -- United States -- Periodicals
MAIN Ref Index Table HD4973 .A67 Income statistics by state for over 4,000 occupations.
Wages
Calculate a free basic salary report using the Salary Wizard. Also calculate your cost-of-living expenses using the the Cost-of-Living Wizard.
Wages -- United States -- Statistics -- Periodicals
MAIN Ref Index Table HD4973 .A67 Income statistics by state for over 4,000 occupations.
Weather
American Meteorological Society Journal Search, online database of AMS journals. Searches all AMS journals and serial publications. Abstracts are available for many years, and citations for the remaining years. No full text is available from this site. Search KentLINK for Kent State holdings.
A 16-page report prepared by Jeff Schahczenski and Holly Hill on the "relationship between agriculture, climate change and carbon sequestration," the article explores the science behind climate change while answering a number of questions regarding the links between agriculture and climate change. Also included for better description are various graphics and charts, visually explaining the complex theories contained in the report, which is a downloadable .pdf file.
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.
This site provides daily forest fire maps, graphs, and archived reports as well as forest fire research, facts, publications, and links.
Maintained by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), this site offers a bibliography of scholarly resources for research into global warming and its effect on cyclone/hurricane activity. Many articles are available full-text, though some may only be accessed by members of NOAA. Interlibrary loan is an option for articles that are otherwise unavailable. Resources published from 1984 to the present are included in the bibliography.
This site offers features such as access to climate maps and data for the United States and around the world and climate and weather forecasts.
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.
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 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.
This site is a product of the Cooperative Program for Operational Meteorology, Education and Training (COMET®). It contains topics and resources for teaching meteorology as well as downloadable training/ education modules. Topics include fire weather, coastal weather, basic climate, space weather and all aspects of weather. Site is designed for instructors, but has areas that younger users could be directed toward.
A data repository for climate data from a variety of perpsectives, climate, atmosphere, oceans, etc. Scientists add data gathered for research purposes and make it available for further study. Links to full data sets along with descriptive metadata about gathering details is included along with scientist name and contact information.
This website is a gateway to paleoclimate research and data worldwide. Data sets as well as research are available for downloading. It is also a host to the World Data Center for Paleoclimatology. There are many searching capabilities, databases, and teaching resources available.
By choosing a region from the United States national map, users can find extensive data on fires for that area, including a current forecast, fire watches, and warnings. From this site, users can access the National Weather Service radar as well as satellite images.
Primary source of weather forecast and warning information for the entire United States.
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.
Ocean World is a user-friendly, comprehensive site for students and instructors in Oceanography with educational resources for kindergarten through the graduate level. Created and maintained by Dr. Robert H. Stewart of Texas A&M University, this site provides many links to online resources for 11 categories of topics within Oceanography, Meteorology, and Ocean Engineering. The resources include those using real-time data. Users can download several textbooks written by "Dr. Bob" for free (in Web or PDF format) as well as read his other publications. The site features a "Print Friendly Page" icon for best results. There is also an "Email Dr. Bob" feature for questions not answered on the site.
Search a number of dictionaries across biological and health sciences disciplines.
Search a number of dictionaries across major disciplines of science, including astronomy, chemistry, earth science, medicine, physics, zoology, and much more.
This site features research conducted by the SNOW Interest Group, a division of the US Army's USACE Engineer Research and Development Center. Much information on snow science is available, including biographies of snow experts, their publications, descriptions of tools and research facilities, and photos, graphs, and illustrations. The links page includes valuable scholarly Web sites for snow research. Other highlights include current U.S. snow cover maps (updated daily) as well as the SNOW Research Cool Link (updated twice a month).
This page details resources related to Meteorology, Weather, and Climate research. Materials were selected by Kent State University librarians for students and faculty researching in these areas. Some materials may only be accessible to Kent State students, faculty and staff.
Weather information from USA Today; includes international and national listings. Lists temperature in fahrenheit and celcius. Also provides weather almanac data.
Obtain the climatologies of temperature, precipitation, and other variables for individual US cities.
A selection of weather-related web sites, compiled by librarians at Kent State University.
Offers a free desktop application for current weather and forecasts.
Find current conditions, local, international, travel, and ski forecasts by city.
The current weather conditions and forecasts for Kent and Portage County.
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.
National Meteorological Services as members of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) have supplied monthly mean values. Information includes data and metadata. Both unformatted data and tabular data can be found for each world region.
Contains over 85,000 records of world climate data (historical weather averages) from a wide range of sources.
web
A list of web sites containing directories of the faculty and departments in Chemistry and Physics.
Freely accessible web sites for Economics subject guide
This page provides links to online resource pages related to fashion design and merchandising.
This page contains a list of online resources with a focus on children's fashion.
This page contains a list of online clothing and costume history resources.
This page contains links to design history and popular culture resources for students taking FDM 30013.
This page contains a list of online costume, fashion design and merchandising dictionaries and glossaries.
This page contains a list of online eco-/green fashion and ethical fashion related resources.
This page contains a list of online fabric sourcing resources.
This page provides links to online resource pages relating to the fashion and design industry.
This page contains a list of online fiber and textile resources.
This page contains a list of online resources for Kent State Fashion School students planning to spend a semester in Florence Fashion Program.
This page contains a list of online fashion design and merchandising resources focused on men and the menswear industry.
This page contains a list of online fashion and design-related museum resources and visual resource repositories.
This page contains a list of online resources for Kent State Fashion School students planning to spend a semester in New York City.
This page contains a list of useful fashion tools, charts, and tutorials including clothing sizing and measurement charts, fashion term language translators and tutorials for researching fashion topics online.
Media services available at University Libraries
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.
Various resources, including databases, preprints, proceedings, societies, and much more.
Create a website using MS Publisher
Upload Web Pages and Files using Internet Explorer Browser
SMS WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT TUTORIALS
Trouble shooting a web site
SMS Embed Music into a Web Page Tutorial
SMS Embed Video into a Web Page Tutorial
Student Multimedia Studio Home Page
Student Multimedia Studio Hours and Contact Information
Student Multimedia Studio Student Support
Search - KentLINK catalog, articles, videos/DVDs, and our web site
This is the converted site of /websrch and /~elilly/websearching/, old 60-minute seminar and instructional material.
Selection criteria used by Kent State librarians when developing subject guides for Web resources.
Elements of print resources
A list of links to UL's social media venues
thank you page for signing up for web committee focus group
Web Site Feedback Survey
Web search engines
BASE is a free, multi-disciplinary search engine of scholarly resources. It focuses on documents contained in digital repositories, such as dissertations and other scholarly material. Mostly full-text.
Provides links to collections of web sites in the following areas: animal health and well being, biochemistry and cell biology, biotechnology, botany, developmental biology, biodiversity, genetics, microbiology, and neurobiology.
This is a list of subject specific and general search tools in the areas of chemistry, physics, and liquid crystals.
Google is a Web search engine that uses a search algorithm to return sites based on relevancy. Advanced search capabilities allow you to further customize search query.
Use to search for scholarly literature, including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts and technical reports from all broad areas of research. Includes articles from a wide variety of academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories and universities, as well as scholarly articles available across the web.
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.
This is the converted site of /websrch and /~elilly/websearching/, old 60-minute seminar and instructional material.
Elements of print resources
Web directories and indexes as information search tools.
webliographies
This page provides links to online resource pages related to fashion design and merchandising.
This page contains a list of online resources with a focus on children's fashion.
This page contains a list of online clothing and costume history resources.
This page contains links to design history and popular culture resources for students taking FDM 30013.
This page contains a list of online costume, fashion design and merchandising dictionaries and glossaries.
This page contains a list of online eco-/green fashion and ethical fashion related resources.
This page contains a list of online fabric sourcing resources.
This page provides links to online resource pages relating to the fashion and design industry.
This page contains a list of online fiber and textile resources.
This page contains a list of online resources for Kent State Fashion School students planning to spend a semester in Florence Fashion Program.
This page contains a list of online fashion design and merchandising resources focused on men and the menswear industry.
This page contains a list of online fashion and design-related museum resources and visual resource repositories.
This page contains a list of online resources for Kent State Fashion School students planning to spend a semester in New York City.
This page contains a list of useful fashion tools, charts, and tutorials including clothing sizing and measurement charts, fashion term language translators and tutorials for researching fashion topics online.
The page lists and links to websites that have been reviewed for quality data and usefullness fo Geographic research.
A selective list of sources for grants, scholarships and funding.
These are several key sources for identifying research instruments and datasets in the health sciences.
Media services available at University Libraries
This site includes links to molecular biology tools, databases, tutorials, and educational resources.
These are useful resources on multicultural health that address general issues in working with other ethnic groups and links to information on specific groups.
Student Multimedia Studio Home Page
Student Multimedia Studio Hours and Contact Information
Student Multimedia Studio Student Support
Selection criteria used by Kent State librarians when developing subject guides for Web resources.
websites
Provides a guide to Kent State University Library resources that will be useful to those doing research in the Biological Sciences. Includes some broad biological sciences web sites.
This is a list of subject specific and general search tools in the areas of chemistry, physics, and liquid crystals.
Links to children's literaature websites.
Sites that provide good starting points for information on complementary and alternative medicine.
Basic criteria for evaluating Web resources. Evaluation form based on these criteria is linked to this page.
Free web sites for Dance.
Important discussion lists and blogs related to the field of Women's Studies.
Freely accessible web sites for Economics subject guide
Selective resources to locate education related web resources.
This page lists web resources for finding information related to entrepreneurship
Resources that provide evidence-based information to support health care decision-making.
This page provides links to online resource pages related to fashion design and merchandising.
This page contains a list of online resources with a focus on children's fashion.
This page contains a list of online clothing and costume history resources.
This page contains links to design history and popular culture resources for students taking FDM 30013.
This page contains a list of online costume, fashion design and merchandising dictionaries and glossaries.
This page contains a list of online eco-/green fashion and ethical fashion related resources.
This page contains a list of online fabric sourcing resources.
This page provides links to online resource pages relating to the fashion and design industry.
This page contains a list of online fiber and textile resources.
This page contains a list of online resources for Kent State Fashion School students planning to spend a semester in Florence Fashion Program.
This page contains a list of online fashion design and merchandising resources focused on men and the menswear industry.
This page contains a list of online fashion and design-related museum resources and visual resource repositories.
This page contains a list of online resources for Kent State Fashion School students planning to spend a semester in New York City.
This page contains a list of useful fashion tools, charts, and tutorials including clothing sizing and measurement charts, fashion term language translators and tutorials for researching fashion topics online.
Research databases for students enrolled in the Master of Public Administration Program.
Web search engines and sites that bring together resources of special interest for consumer health and health professionals.
Collection of general reference and data resources of interest of chemistry, physics and liquid crystal researchers. Includes directories, dictionaries, and databases in relevant areas of study.
The page lists and links to websites that have been reviewed for quality data and usefullness fo Geographic research.
This pages lists resources that comprise our Nation's health care system.
These are several key sources for identifying research instruments and datasets in the health sciences.
Free Web sites for IAKM subject guide
Web resources for journalism
Media services available at University Libraries
These are useful resources on multicultural health that address general issues in working with other ethnic groups and links to information on specific groups.
Online resources for music education 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.
Free web resources for music information.
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.
Online resources for Score and Sheet Music Collections.
Create a website using MS Publisher
SMS WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT TUTORIALS
How to create a web page using Microsoft Word XP
Trouble shooting a web site
Student Multimedia Studio Home Page
Student Multimedia Studio Hours and Contact Information
Student Multimedia Studio Student Support
subpage of the History Subject guide -- selected print History Resources in the Main Library Collection
subpage to the History Subject guide -- listing of History Web Resources in the CMS
A selective list of web sites that might be of use to students and faculty who are researching topics in the biological sciences.
Selection criteria used by Kent State librarians when developing subject guides for Web resources.
A selective list of major societies and organizations for Women's Studies.
TechKNOW is a quarterly review of bright ideas published by the Technical Services Division of the Ohio Library Council (OLC). This electronic publication provides: professional news; information on emerging library standards and library vendor products; book product and web resource reviews; information about professional associations; OLC division news; and practical advice for technical services librarians in public libraries and academic libraries. Typical topics include cataloging, authority control, acquisitions, library physical processing, serials and continuing resource management, preservation, library management, and metadata. Library standards that are illuminated include AACR2, RDF, FRBR, MARC21 Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH), and the Dewey Decimal Classification System (DDC).
TechKNOW is a quarterly review of bright ideas published by the Technical Services Division of the Ohio Library Council (OLC). This electronic publication provides: professional news; information on emerging library standards and library vendor products; book product and web resource reviews; information about professional associations; OLC division news; and practical advice for technical services librarians in public libraries and academic libraries. Typical topics include cataloging, authority control, acquisitions, library physical processing, serials and continuing resource management, preservation, library management, and metadata. Library standards that are illuminated include AACR2, RDF, FRBR, MARC21 Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH), and the Dewey Decimal Classification System (DDC).
This library guide is a listing of resources to aid researchers and students as they pursue studies or research requiring information or access to tests, measurement tools, or assessment protocols. Call numbers indicate where items can be found in the Main Library at Kent State University. For further assistance, ask at the reference desk.
Free web sites for Theatre.
A list of links to UL's social media venues
Freely available web resources recommended as starting points for your research.
Weights and measures
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.
Wetlands
A comprehensive source for data and mapping of wetlands from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Static as well as interactive maps are available for viewing and data is available for download.
wolrdcat, worldcart see WorldCat
Women
This website provides links and citations to print and internet resources pertaining to women's history. It is aimed at meeting the needs of serious researchers, students, and professors.
Use this gateway to find resources and primary source collections available to the public through the Library of Congress.
This list is sponsored by the Association of American Colleges and Universities' Program on the Status and Education of Women and the National Initiative for Women in Higher Education.
Resources and information in support of increasing women's presence and involvement in information technology both as users and developers.
This is a database for primary source collections. Use this to find access to primary sources such as photographs, letters, diaries, and other historical artifacts concerning American women's history.
Important discussion lists and blogs related to the field of Women's Studies.
Here you will find biographies and links to resources about notable women throughout history and the present. Search or browse by women or subject.
Find digitized, archival resources from Duke University's Special Collections Library. Available resources include digitized papers, plays, art, photographs, letters, press releases and other materials that document the Women' s Liberation Movement in the United States.
Arranged in chronological order, each entry provides a one page biography, a portrait/photograph, and a link to their husband's biography. Maintained by the official White House web page.
GENPOL is a forum for discussion about feminism as it pertains to military, political, and civic issues.
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
This is a guide to news and resources concerning biology and medicine according to gender.
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.
A collection of speeches by influential, contemporary women.
H-women is an electronic forum focused on women's history.
IWPR is a public policy research organization dedicated to informing and stimulating the debate on public policy issues of critical importance to women and their families.
This site's Information Library is a compilation of tools and resources concerning women's sexual and reproductive health and rights.
The Internet Women's History Sourcebook is a collection of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts presented for educational use.
An online Encyclopedia of Jewish women, lesson plans and other educational materials are available for free. The site also contains several research tools such as a virtual archive, a book and film guide, bibliographies, and links to various resources and related sites.
Medline Plus is produced by the National Library of Medicine. It provides information about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues.
The NCRW supports, generates and facilitates collaborative feminist research and works to provide a network for the dissemination of information related to Women's research.
This site provides a variety of scholarly resources, as well as news and events concerning domestic violence, sexual violence.
The National Organization for Women (NOW) is the largest organization of feminist activists in the United States. Founded in 1966, NOW works to bring about equality for all women.
This site contains health information, statistics, links, tools, and women's health related resources.
The NWHP's Resource Center provides information, biographies, educational material, and links to related material about multicultural women's history.
The National Women's Political Caucus's website provides information, statistics, links, and other resources related to women and politics.
NWSA is committed to support and promote feminist teaching, research, and professional and community service at the pre-K through post-secondary levels.
Arranged in chronological order, each entry provides a one page biography, a portrait/photograph, and a link to their husband's biography. Maintained by the official White House web page.
A selective list of major societies and organizations for Women's Studies.
Sociologists for Women in Society is an international organization of social scientists--students, faculty, practitioners, and researchers--working together to improve the position of women within sociology and society in general.
Produced by the International Institute of Social History, ViVa is a bibliography of Women's History in historical and Women's Studies journals. The entire database contains records describing articles published from 1975 onwards. The list is divided into broad time periods and a separate section for African titles.
Sign up here to join an international email discussion about Women's Studies.
Subscribe to the email list, join discussions, and register for the bi-annual newsletter at this website for the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), Women's Studies Section.
Created by the Women's Studies Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries, this gateway site provides a comprehensive collection of web links organized by subject. Of interest to anyone seeking resources in support of women's studies.
This site serves as a virtual library that lists archival and library collections, institutions and organizations, internet resources, and journals related to women's history.
MAIN Reference Desk Collection Z1231.O7 M37
Freely available web resources recommended as starting points for your research.
MAIN Ref LA 2311.W65 1994
MAIN Reference Desk Collection HQ1412.W67
MAIN Reference Desk Collection HQ1412.W68
This website contains biographical profiles, historical essays, educational resources, and digitized artifacts, regarding women in Congress.
Recommended databases for Women's Studies research.
Recommnded resources to aid your research in the area of Women's Studies.
The University of Maryland women's studies site provides links to conferences, bibliographies, film reviews, other web sites of interest to women's studies researchers.
Women's Studies International covers the core disciplines in Women’s Studies to the latest scholarship in feminist research. Disciplines included are sociology, history, political science & economy, public policy, international relations, arts & humanities, business and education.
Here you'll find access to a vast and varied collection of women's studies resources. This includes lists of internet resources and print resources, women's organizations, magazines, newsletters, and multi-media resources.
Here are over 900 links to web recourses related to the field of Women's Studies.
Compiles web sites addressing women and information technology.
Women -- United States -- Statistics
Ref Index Table HQ1421 .S486 2002
Women consumers -- United States -- Statistics
Ref Index Table HQ1421 .S486 2002
World history
Contains references about the history of the world from 1450 to the present (excluding the United States and Canada, which are covered in America: History and Life).
Collection of links, screened for content, for a broad range of historical subjects. Also available from the site are high quality articles, books, essays, documents and historical photos.
MAIN D410.K4
D410.K4, in MAIN Reference Collection and Circulating Collection.
Full-text, searchable versions of many Oxford reference dictionaries and encyclopedias in history.
World 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.
World politics
Includes the full-text of each of the annual volumes of the CQ Historic Documents set. The volume for each year includes approximately one hundred documents covering the most significant events of that year. These documents range from presidential speeches, international agreements, and Supreme Court decisions to U.S. governmental reports, scientific findings, and cultural discussions.
Contains peer reviewed essays on topics in the fields of international studies and international relations. Includes links to external resources, such as archives, datasets, cases, and pedagogical aids.
Political Handbook of the World provides thorough and accurate information on the major aspects of each country's government and political party system. Users can quickly access content from the Handbook by navigating a virtual table of contents, performing a keyword search, or browsing for country profiles.
World Wide Web
Best of History Web Sites is an award-winning portal created for history teachers, students, and general history enthusiasts. BOHWS contains annotated links to over 1000 history web sites.
Web site of the Department of Chemistry, Cambridge University.
Chemistry portal covering numerous topics, including most disciplines within chemistry, communication, compounds and molecules, societies, government agencies worldwide, jobs, and much more.
Links to major publishers of chemistry information, as well as patent offices world wide. Includes major society and commerical presses.
A collections of general chemistry resources, compiled by the Chemistry Librarian at Kent State University.
This is a digital collection of four historic costume books from the Special Collections and Rare Books Room of Waldo Library at Western Michigan University. "Each of these books illustrates aspects of dress from the mid-18th century to the mid-19th century." Two focus on popular Parisian fashion and two provide information on the peoples and clothing of Persia.
Basic criteria for evaluating Web resources. Evaluation form based on these criteria is linked to this page.
The online home of Details magazine. Viewers can view read a number of short style articles and view brief cover shoot videos and interviews.
A list of web sites containing directories of the faculty and departments in Chemistry and Physics.
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.
This is a digital collection of over 400 fashion plates dating 1806-1914. The collection is organized into seven periods from Empire to Edwardian.
Directory of chemistry web sites on dozens of topics, compiled by the Galaxy search engine site.
Collection of general reference and data resources of interest of chemistry, physics and liquid crystal researchers. Includes directories, dictionaries, and databases in relevant areas of study.
Contains links to reference resources on chemical data sources, material safety, chemistry departments, chemical suppliers, all aspects of chemistry and more. Maintained by the library at University of California at Santa Barbara.
Librarians' Index to the Internet provides a well-organized point of access for reliable, trustworthy, librarian-selected Internet resources. Covers a broad range of subjects. Has both a topical directory arrangement and search capabilities.
List of the institutes that comprise the National Institutes of Health, along with links to their web sites and additional information.
Provides health information and resources, including the library catalog, online exhibitions, human genome, resources and databases, biomedical research and much more.
Collection of reviewed web sites on all aspects of physics, compiled by the staff of the Librarian's Index to the Internet.
Various resources, including databases, preprints, proceedings, societies, and much more.
A comprehensive list of web sites across the disciplines within astronomy and physics.
Compilation of Internet resources, including databases, online journals, patents, societies, books, software, jobs, reactions, and much more.
Introduction to types of Web search engines and tips for searching for and evaluating Web resources. Created by Erica Lilly.
This is the converted site of /websrch and /~elilly/websearching/, old 60-minute seminar and instructional material.
The "online home of Vogue and W," this website makes available thousands of runway photographs from current and past ready-to-wear and couture shows as well as current articles, forums and blog-links to topics in fashion, beauty and shopping. From the homepage, click on the Search tab in order to conduct a Runway photo search (by designer, season and trend) or a Designers, Models and Celebrities photo search (by name). In order to access the forums, viewers must subscribe, but subscription is free.
The Museum at FIT supports the educational programs of the Fashion Institute of Technology and "celebrates fashion and textiles as. . .expressions of creativity, knowledge, and identity." Follow the Exhibits link to find information on future, past and current exhibits, some of which are also available as online exhibits. Explore the Online Collections link, which features photographs and information about a number of objects in the museum. Online collections can be searched by keyword or by browsing a topical gallery.
Elements of print resources
Provides information about diseases and conditions, aging, wellness, drugs, reference materials and much more.
Provides access to government resources in most topic areas.
Corporate research laboratory for the Navy and Marine Corps that conducts a broad program of scientific research, technology and advanced development.
Provides access to a 3-D structures database as well as to a database of chemical distributors
WorldCat
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.
Writing
Based on the American Medical Association Manual of Style, 9th edition. Prepared by Long Island University Libraries.
Guide to the most frequently used entries in the American Medical Association Manual of Style, 9th edition. Prepared by the University of Washington Health Sciences Libraries.
A useful summary of rules for using APA style based on the 5th edition. Provides APA citation guidelines, including rules, formatting, in-text citations and references.
Includes guidelines suggested by the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 5th edition and a sample works cited page. Prepared by the Kent State University Writing Center.
Provides APA citation guidelines, including text citations and references, based on the 6th edition. Prepared by faculty from Vanguard University of Southern California.
Tutorial introducing APA style from the University of Southern Mississippi Libraries. Includes information on formatting your paper, doing parenthetical or in-text references and creating a reference list.
Excerpted from the new 5th edition of the Publication Manual.
Primarily used in the medical field. A consecutive number is given to each source as it is referred to for the first time. This number becomes the unique identifier of that source if it is referred to again and the same number is repeated.
Provided by UMI, resources are grouped by the categories of author, graduate schools and libraries, and researchers
APA citation guide prepared by British Columbia University Library. Includes examples for both works cited page and parenthetical references (citations used with the text). Also includes information on how to cite online and other electronic media in APA style.
A KSU resource page of helpful style manuals and writing guides
Provides a variety of online services and information to Kent campus students.
This site connects the Writing Centers across the eight campus system and offers links to various external resources.
Provides links to a variety of writing resources, reference tools, grammar guides, etc.
MLA citation guide from the Bowling Green University. Includes parenthetical reference examples.
Includes guidelines suggested by the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, Fifth Edition and a sample works cited page. Prepared by the Kent State University Writing Center.
Style manuals and writing guide websites selected by KSU librarians.
Basic guidelines for Turabian or Chicago citation formats prepared by the Western Carolina University Writing Center. Includes footnote and bibliography citation examples.
A Turabian tip sheet prepared by the University of Southern Mississippi Libraries.
The Writing Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison produced this handbook consisting of five sections, each of which addresses a different aspect of college-level writing.
Links to writing help at Kent State and online.
Use writing and self reflection to get the most out of a study abroad/cross cultural experience.
Writing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc
Annals of the Association of American Geographers style manual for publication. The style guide is available as guidelines for authors and is often used by Geographers as the preferred citation style. It uses many elements from the Chicago Manual of Style.
Gives examples of Bluebook citations for various types of legal materials. Maintained by the New England School of Law.
Provides examples of the most common government documents citations. Examples are based on Chicago/Turabian style. From the University of Memphis University Libraries.
Part of the Chicago Manual of Style Online site. Gives common examples of materials cited in both the Chicago humanities style and the Chicago author-date system. Includes citations for electronic formats.
Citation Machine is a free interactive web tool designed to assist in generating APA, MLA and Chicago style citations (Turabian Style is under development.) The primary goal of this tool is to make is so easy to credit information sources, there is virtually no reason not to. Part of the Landmarks for Schools Web site.
Provided by UMI, resources are grouped by the categories of author, graduate schools and libraries, and researchers
A step-by-step guide to putting government publication citations into proper APA or MLA format. From the Arizona State University Libraries.
Part of Cornell's Legal Information Institute, this site is maintained by Peter W. Martin. Revised to reflect changes in the most recent editions of the Bluebook and the ALWD Citation Manual.
A KSU resource page of helpful style manuals and writing guides
A project of Heckman Library, Calvin College - KnightCite is a free resource that can be used to create citations in MLA, APA and Chicago formats for many types of print and electronic resources .
Style manuals and writing guide websites selected by KSU librarians.
The Writing Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison produced this handbook consisting of five sections, each of which addresses a different aspect of college-level writing.
Links to writing help at Kent State and online.