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Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids   (U.S. Government Printing Office)
Learning tools for K-12 students, parents, and teachers to teach how our government works, our civic responsibilities and how to use primary source materials available from the United States government departments, research institutes and agencies.
Note: Unrestricted access
Budget of the United States government   (U.S. Office of Management and Budget )
Issued by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), the Budget of the United States Government is a collection of documents that contains the budget message of the President, information about the President's budget proposals for a given fiscal year, and other budgetary publications that have been issued throughout the fiscal year.
Note: Unrestricted access
Catalog of U.S. Government Publications   (U.S. Government Printing Office)
Cataloging records of U.S. government publications are updated daily.
Coverage: 1976-
Note: Unrestricted access
Government Agencies and Elected Officials   (
Find contact information for federal, state, and local government agencies and elected officials.
Note: Unrestricted access
American Association for Cancer Research journals   (American Association for Cancer Research)
Access to five cancer research journals published by the American Association for Cancer Research.
Note: Indexed in PubMed.
ASCE Civil Engineering Research Library   (American Society of Civil Engineers)
The ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers) Research Library is a comprehensive online tool for locating articles of interest across all disciplines of civil engineering. The Research Library provides you with full text access to all ASCE journals and proceedings.
Coverage: journals 1995- ; proceedings 1998-
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CCH Tax Research Network   (Commerce Clearing House)
Full text federal and state tax information including cases, regulations, and rulings.
* Currently available only from Auraria Campus computers.
Note: Users must register for personal access - create a personal ID - the first visit and then log in to use the database each time thereafter.
Congressional Research Service Reports Collection at UNT   (University of North Texas Digital Library)
American taxpayers fund the Congressional Research Service ($100 million/yr) yet only a portion of these reports are released to the public and there is no systematic collection of them that is publically accessible. Through the cooperation of unofficial collectors CRS reports at UNTprovides citizen access to CRS Reports already released into the public domain.
Note: Unrestricted access
F1000 Research   (F1000 Research Ltd.)
F1000Research is a publishing platform offering immediate publication of posters, slides and articles and associated source data and transparent peer-review. The site allows registered users to add comments to evaluate articles/posters. Part of Faculty of 1000 which is not open access.
FAMSI Research Materials: Explore Mesoamerica   (Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies, Inc.)
This database covers Mesoamerica, a cradle of early civilization and a geographical area covering parts of Mexico, Belize, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. It was occupied by ancient cultures with shared religious beliefs, art, architecture and technology from about 1500 B.C. to A.D. 1519.--the time of European contact. The FAMSI bibliographic and image collections include the Bibliografia Mesoamericana; the Bibliography of Prehistoric and Early Historic Maya Human Osteology; the Catalogue of Zapotec Effigy Vessels; the Mayavase Database; the Schele drawing and photo collections, the Tikal Digital Access Project and more.
Note: Unrestricted access
Hartford Institute for Religion Research   (Hartford Seminary)
The Hartford Institute for Religion Research (HIRR) at the Hartford Seminary in Hartford, MA has extensive online resources for the social/scientific study of religion, including articles, religious statistics, research resources, and links to the web pages of scholars working in the fields of sociology of religion and religion research.  Includes the Encyclopedia of Religion and Society,  William H. Swatos, Jr. Editor.
Note: Unrestricted access
IBISWorld Industry Market Research   (IBISWorld)
IBIS World Industry Research Reports provides current reports on U.S. industries. Each report consists of 30 to 40 pages of key statistics and analysis on market characteristics, operating conditions, current and forecast performance, major industry participants and more.  The Library subscribes only to this section of IBISWorld.
Note: The subscription to Industry Market Research is paid for jointly by Metropolitan State University of Denver and the Auraria Library.
Market Research Library: International Market Research    (U.S. Commercial Service, U.S. Department of Commerce)
Industry and country-specific market reports, authored U.S. Commercial Service operatives working overseas. The Library includes Country Commercial Guides, Industry Overviews, Market Updates, Multilateral Development Bank Reports, Best Markets, and Industry/Regional Reports.
Note: The Market Research Library is temporarily closed. New launch scheduled for March 2016. See the Country Commercial Guides (“Doing Business In” guides) for detailed market information.
Military Education and Research Library Network (MERLN)   (U.S. Department of Defense)
MERLN provides public access to the library holdings and electronic information resources of many U.S. Defense agencies. It also includes the Military Policy Awareness Links - MiPALs - which provide direct access to defense-related U.S. policy statements on selected key topics.
Note: Unrestricted access
Morningstar Investment Research Center   (Morningstar, Inc.)
Offers access to comprehensive data and independent analysis on thousands of investments, including stocks, mutual funds, closed-end funds, and exchange-traded funds.
Pew Research Center for People and the Press   (Pew Research Center)
An independent opinion research group with polls on political topics often cited in the newspapers. Formerly, the Times Mirror Center for the People & the Press.
Note: Unrestricted access
PhilPapers: Philosophical Research Online   (The PhilPapers Foundation)
PhilPapers aims to be a comprehensive index and bibliography for philosophical works. In addition to indexing books and journal articles, it monitors open access archives and personal pages for articles by academic and professional philosophers. Many, though not all, resources are full-text.
Note: For more information and guidance on PhilPapers, including details on how to submit writings, consult the PhilPapers Frequently Asked Questions section.
Research Companion   (ProQuest)
A self-paced information literacy course focusing on scholarly electronic resources and writing research papers. Going through the nine modules (Where do I start? How do I choose a topic? Where do I find information? How do I evaluate sources? What counts as evidence? How do I write a thesis statement? How do I organize my argument? How do I avoid plagiarism and find my own voice?and What do I look for when I revise?) and the research tools (Topic Aid, Search Aid, Source Evaluation Aid, Citation Builder and Revision Aid) will provide an invaluable foundation for writing research papers.
Note: Begin by creating your own account!
Research Without Borders   (Columbia University)
Complete video of Research without Borders, the 2008-09 speaker series on hot topics in scholarly communication.
Note: Unrestricted access
Social Science Research Network   (Social Science Electronic Publishing Inc. (SSEP))
Social Science Research Network (SSRN) is a world wide collaborative of over 800 leading scholars that is devoted to the rapid worldwide dissemination of social science research. It is composed of a number of specialized research networks in each of the social sciences.
Note: Unrestricted access with registration
SORA - The Searchable Ornithological Research Archives   (University of New Mexico)
The SORA project is a collaborative open access electronic journal archive.This archive provides access to international Ornithological literature and detailed material documenting the history of Ornithology in North America over the last 120 years. The content of this site includes the following titles: The Auk (1884-1999), The Condor (1899-2000), The Journal of Field Ornithology (1930-1999), The North American Bird Bander (1976-2000), Pacific Coast Avifauna (1900-1974), Studies in Avian Biology (1978-1999), and The Wilson Bulletin (1889-1999).
Note: Unrestricted access
TRID (Transportation Research Information Database)   (U.S. Department of Transportation)
TRID is an integrated article index that combines the records from Transportation Research Board’s (TRB) Transportation Research Information Services (TRIS) Database and the OECD’s Joint Transport Research Centre’s International Transport Research Documentation (ITRD) Database. TRID provides access to more than one million records of transportation research worldwide.
Note: Unrestricted access
Note: The links to full text content will link to Auraria Library holdings while you are on campus.
Environmental Health Databases   (U.S. National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences)
List of databases for researchers in the environment, toxicity, and cancer. A password is required for some data and publications in the database. As a depository library Auraria Library has free access. Request password from the Research Help Desk.
Note: Unrestricted access
EPA databases   (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)
A gateway to the resources of EPA that are of particular use to researchers. It includes plans, data, usable datasets, reports and funding programs.
Coverage: current
Note: Unrestricted access
Fedworld Databases   (U.S. Department of Commerce, National Technical Information Service (NTIS))
Provides access to information within the NTIS and acts as an electronic gateway to government databases.
Coverage: current
Note: Unrestricted access
Hunt Institute Databases   (Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation)
Eight databases created by the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documention from their own collection beyond making searching nomenclature (Linnean and modern), botanical art and artists from Redout to current artists.
Note: Unrestricted access
NCBI Databases   (U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information)
NCBI Databases provides a global search (GQuery) of key NCBI databases in medical literarture (PubMed, PubMed Central), and health, genome, genes, proteins and chemical data.
Note: Unrestricted access
Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical Databases   (Agricultural Research Service)
Compiled "rather randomly from the literature on economic plants" this database is nonetheless extensive and informative. Dr. Jim Duke has devoted a lifetime to studying botanical medicines. Check out his books.
Note: Unrestricted access
GAO   (U.S. Government Accountability Office)
This is the audit, evaluation and investigative arm of the United States Congress. GAO examines the use of public funds, evaluates federal programs and activities, and provides analyses, options, recommendations and other assistance to help the Congress make effective oversight, policy and funding decisions through financial audits, program reviews and evaluations, analyses, legal opinions and investigations.
Note: Unrestricted access
ERIC (Educational Resources Information Center)   (Multiple sources)
Abstracts and full text of journal articles and non-journal literature (aka ERIC documents or ED documents) selected by the Educational Resources Information Center. Future additions to the collection may include audio and video materials.
  ERIC (Ebsco) Access to the ERIC database with links to full-text when available.
  ERIC (ProQuest) Access to the ERIC database with links to full-text when available.
  ERIC (U.S. Department of Education) Direct access to the ERIC database from the U.S. Department of Education.
Coverage: Abstracts:1966- ; Full text 1993-
FDSys   (U.S. Government Printing Office)
The U.S. Government Printing Office's Federal Digital System (FDsys) provides public access to Government information submitted by Congress and Federal agencies. The previous system, GPO Access, has been shut down.
CRS Reports 1993-2003   (Thurgood Marshall Law Library, University of Maryland)
The Congressional Research Service (CRS), an arm of the Library of Congress, serves the legislative process by providing Congress with non-partisan and in-depth legislative research and analysis on a variety of topics. CRS produces or updates more than 3,000 studies and other publications each year, none of which are distributed to the public. Because CRS reports are created using public money and are not readily accessible to the research community, the Thurgood Marshall Law Library has created an online collection in the subject areas of Homeland Security/Terrorism and Health Law and Policy. Other sources of these documents are also listed.
Coverage: 1993 – 2013
Note: Unrestricted access
MetaLib   (U.S. Government Printing Office)
MetaLib is a federated search engine from the U.S. Government Printing Office that searches multiple U.S. Federal government databases, such as EPA, ERIC, Library of Congress, PubMed, and, retrieving reports, articles, and citations while providing direct links to selected resources available online.
Note: Unrestricted access
Emerald Full Text   (Emerald)
Provides full text access (click on 'Fulltext' icon to search) to journals in management, human resources, information management, library and information services, marketing, operations management, production management, and training and education. Also includes engineering journals. Check the Journal List for specific journal titles availability.
Coverage: varies widely ~1995-
Note: If an article fails to display please copy the title of the article into the Start My Research link on the Library homepage and search. The links from this database will work better.
National Academies Press   (The National Academies)
Fulltext access to books (ebooks) in science, engineering, and health from the National Academy of Sciences.
Note: Unrestricted access
Course Reserves   (Auraria Library)
Faculty at Auraria sometimes place documents, videos and books on reserve (in paper or electronic formats) for their courses. Search this database for a specific course by instructor, department or course number. Faculty can find information on placing materials on reserve at the reserves department page.
Natural Hazards Center Publications   (University of Colorado at Boulder)
Links to descriptions of individual publication series which are produced at the Hazards Center.
Note: Unrestricted access
Getty Geography Thesaurus   (Getty Research Institute)
The TGN contains worldwide place names. Each place has attributes, including names, place types, descriptive data, and coordinates. The places are arranged in hierarchies representing the current political and physical world.
Note: Unrestricted access
Federal and State Cases   (Lexis Nexis)
Federal and State case law.
FRASER (Federal Reserve Archival System for Economic Research)   (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Center for Economic Documents Digitization)
An open archive of economic statistical publications and data, including an image library of economic statistical publications and the data extracted from those publications. Each data point is linked to its source publication. Use in connection with data contained in FRED (Federal Reserve Economic Data) and ALFRED (Archival Federal Reserve Data). The ability to retrieve series presented in preliminary, revised, and final releases provides a powerful tool in recreating and evaluating previous economic research and policy. Research Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Note: Unrestricted access
eHRAF World Cultures   (Human Relations Area Files)
The eHRAF World Cultures is a cross-cultural database that contains information on all aspects of cultural and social life. The annually-growing eHRAF database is unique in that the information is organized by cultures and ethnic groups and the full-text documents are subject-indexed at the paragraph level.
Momento Project   (Research Library, Los Alamos National Laboratory and the Computer Science Department, Old Dominion University)
This experimental project attempts to search directly for and display archived versions of a website from a variety of sources including the websites archive, and the Wayback Machine.
Note: Unrestricted access
Natural Medicines   (Therapeutic Research Center)
A database of evidence-based, clinical information on natural medicines. Access to two seats provided by the UC Denver Health Sciences Library, Florence G. Strauss-Leonard A. Wisneski Indigenous Medicine Collection Fund.
Note: Please log out when finished.
TRAIL: Technical Reports Archive and Image Library   (Center for Research Libraries (CRL))
The Technical Report Archive & Image Library (TRAIL) is a cooperatively developed searchable archive of digitized federal technical reports issued prior to 1975. The repository documents are housed at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, in the HathiTrust Digital Repository and in the University of North Texas Digital Library.
Note: Unrestricted access
Air University Library Index to Military Periodicals   (U.S. Department of Defense)
Air University Library is a Department of Defense (DOD) library housing collections in the fields of war fighting, aeronautics, Air Force and DOD operations, military sciences, international relations, education, leadership, and management. The Index to Military Periodicals has significant articles, news items, and editorials appearing in military and aeronautical periodicals.
Coverage: index 1990-
Note: Unrestricted access
National Cancer Institute   (U.S. National Cancer Institute)
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is a key resource on cancer including information on the various types of cancer including papers, studies and patient handouts covering: treatment options, screening and detection tests, prevention, coping with cancer, complementary and alternative medicine, and cancer genetics, and cancer statistics. Also available is a chat, email and phone service to help patients and their families.
Coverage: 1963-
Note: Unrestricted access
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance   (U.S. General Services Administration)
This is a government-wide compendium of Federal programs, projects, services, and activities which provide assistance or benefits to the American public. Updated bi-weekly.
Note: Unrestricted access
Colorado Grants Guide   (Community Resource Center)
The Colorado Grants Guide (CGG) contains hundreds of profiles on local foundations and trusts, corporations, national funders, government agencies, and religious organizations. The My Favorite Funders feature is not available.
Note: The first/logon page is a license agreement that users must scroll down to see and confirm agreement.
Health Information   (U.S. National Institutes of Health)
Consumer health resources from the health related agencies of the United States government. To link to scholarly medical resources owned by Auraria Library use the Auraria Library link to PubMed.
Note: Unrestricted access
Congressional   (ProQuest)
Comprehensive access to U.S. legislative information, including laws, proposed bills and statutes, hearings, legislative histories, congressional committee information, campaign contributions and PAC activities, the "Congressional Record", the historical "Congressional Index", and the "Serial Set", as well as articles from the "National Journal".
Coverage: 1789-
Note: Right-hand column has tips on how to use the Congressional interface.
Note: Email yourself a copy of the article instead of a link.
Wage Determination Online   (U.S. Department of Commerce, National Technical Information Service)
A single location for federal contracting officers to use in obtaining appropriate Service Contract Act (SCA) and Davis-Bacon Act (DBA) wage determinations (WDs) for each official contract action from the U.S. Department of Labor, the Office of Management and Budget, Department of Defense, General Services Administration, Department of Energy, and Department of Commerce.
Note: Unrestricted access
Defense Technical Information Center   (U.S. Department of Defense)
Indexing and full text documents in scientific and technical information over a wide range of DoD, federal, commercial and international sources. Access includes DTIC collections,, the Library of Congress, and World Wide
Note: Unrestricted access
Dictionary of American History   (Gale Cengage)
Written by academic specialists, the signed and original articles in this resource range from 100-word definitions to 7,000-word essays. Topics range from specific places, incidents and institu-tions to broadly sweeping concepts, covering all aspects of American history and daily life including: sports, diplomacy, labor, art, economics, wars, institutions, legends, places, scandals, Acts of Congress, cultural icons, government agencies and much more. Illustrations and maps are also included.
Note: Email yourself a copy of the article instead of a link.
SciTech Connect   (U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Scientific and Technical Information)
Free access to full text and bibliographic records of Department of Energy (DOE) research and development reports in physics, chemistry, materials, biology, environmental sciences, energy technologies, engineering, computer and information science, renewable energy, and other topics.
Coverage: 1995-
Note: Unrestricted access
Education Full Text   (Ebsco)
Leading publications in the field of education (over 700 journals). Not all of the journals covered in this database are available online in full-text.
Coverage: Updated monthly. abstracts 1983-, full text 1996-
Note: Formerly known as Education Abstracts Full Text and as Education Index.
Envirofacts   (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)
Envirofacts allows you to retrieve environmental information from EPA databases on air, chemicals, facility information, hazardous waste, risk management plans, Superfund, toxic releases, and water permits. You may retrieve information from several databases at once, or from one database at a time. Note: expert searchers "technical users" may want to register to have access through the Direct Connect Option, see
Note: Unrestricted access
ETDE Web   (International Energy Agency)
The world's largest collection of energy literature, with more than 3.8 million abstracted and indexed records. Access is free but you must register and be a citizen of a member country. For the U.S. they promise a response to your registration in 3 - 5 days.
Coverage: Updated twice monthly
Note: Unrestricted access
Federal Bulletin Board   (U.S. Government Printing Office)
The Federal Bulletin Board (FBB) is an electronic bulletin board service of the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO). Federal agencies use the FBB as a means to distribute electronic files to the public and to provide to the public free, immediate, and self-service access to federal information in electronic form. Users can access information from the White House and Executive Branch agencies (includes independent agencies).
Note: Unrestricted access
US Federal Statutes, Codes and Regulations   (LexisNexis)
US code, U.S. Constitution & court rules at Lexis-Nexis. To search a specific search use the Advanced Options.
Coverage: current
Internet Library of Early Journals   (ILEJ)
A joint project by the Universities of Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and Oxford, the Internet Library has digitized selected twenty-year runs of three eighteenth-and three nineteenth-century journals and placed the images online. Journals include: Annual Register (1758-78), Gentleman's Magazine (1731-50), Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (1757-77), Blackwood's EdinburghMagazine (1843-52), Notes and Queries (1849-69), and The Builder (1843-9). The project finished in 1999, and no additional material will be added.
Note: Unrestricted access
LegalTrac   (Gale Cengage)
Article citations and summaries for law-related topics from law reviews and journals. Some documents available online. Alternate access from on campus.
Coverage: 1980-
Note: Email yourself a copy of the article instead of a link.
Making of America   (Cornell University & University of Michigan)
Primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction, focusing on education, psychology, American history, sociology, religion, and science and technology. Housed at two sites, Cornell University and the University of Michigan.
Coverage: Cornell - 1840-1900; Michigan - 1870-1877
Note: Unrestricted access
NASA Technical Reports Server   (U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Searches NASA technical report servers and non-NASA sites. Some reports are available online.
National Service Center for Environmental Publications (NSCEP)   (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)
NSCEP / NEPIS offers full text, on line EPA documents.
Coverage: 1997-
Note: Unrestricted access
National Resources Inventory   (U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service)
The National Resources Inventory (NRI) is a statistically based sample of land use and natural resource conditions and trends on U.S. nonfederal lands. It is the most comprehensive database of its kind ever attempted anywhere in the world.
Note: Unrestricted access
National Technical Information Service   (U.S. Department of Commerce)
Technical and government contractor reports which are usually the result of U.S. government sponsored research grants and produced by universities or research centers. Abstracts of reports, many of which are available from the University of Colorado at Boulder Government Publications Library, which has an extensive, comprehensive, historical collection in microfiche of technical reports from various federal agencies such as NTIS, NASA, Atomic Energy Agency (AEC), and Dept. of Energy (DOE). An interlibrary loan request will produce a microfiche copy of the report which you may keep or donate back to the Auraria Library. Be sure to indicate clearly on your request that it is a U.S. government technical report to be requested from UC Boulder.
Coverage: 1964-
Note: Unrestricted access
PAIS Index   (ProQuest)
Index to public policy, social policy, and social science documents from journals, books, government publications and other resources.
Coverage: 1914-
Note: Email yourself a copy of the article instead of a link.   ( alliance) ( for the Spanish language version)provides a gateway to information resources at the U.S. government science agencies. contains reliable information resources selected by the respective agencies as their best science information. Two major types of information are included selected authoritative science Web sites and databases of technical reports, journal articles, conference proceedings, and other published materials. (The specific content varies by database.) The selected Web sites can be explored from the homepage. The Web pages and the databases can be searched individually or simultaneously from the search page.
Note: Unrestricted access
Publications of the U.S. Geological Survey   (U.S. Geological Survey)
A catalog of USGS Publications (current and historic maps, aerial photos, satellite images, datasets, reports) and other products (screensavers, earth science image sets for teaching) available for purchase or for free download. see also How to obtain publications of the USGS and USGS publications warehouse.
Note: Unrestricted access
THOMAS Legislative Server   (U.S. Library of Congress)
Find the status of bills, roll call votes, Congressional Record, committee information and historical documents. This interface version will be replaced by
Note: Unrestricted access
Opposing Viewpoints   (Gale Cengage)
Opposing Viewpoints In Context (OVIC) presents both sides of difficult "hot topic" issues using articles, essays, primary documents, biographies of social activists and reformers, statistics, court case overviews, profiles of government and special interest groups, web-sites, and podcasts.
Note: Email yourself a copy of the article instead of a link.
CIA World Factbook   (U.S. Central Intelligence Agency)
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) supplies dozens of facts for each country including data on geography, people, government, economy, transportation, communication, and defense forces.
Note: Unrestricted access
Community Facts   (The Piton Foundation)
Community Facts (The Piton Foundation) provides detailed and current information about Denver's 77 neighborhoods and the 7-County Denver Metro Region. It includes data, maps and graphs about each neighborhood's population, housing, economic and education characteristics, and the health and safety of its residents.
Note: Unrestricted access
CyberCemetery   (University of North Texas Libraries and the U.S. Government Printing Office)
The University of North Texas Libraries and the U.S. Government Printing Office, as part of the Federal Depository Library Program, created a partnership to provide permanent public access to the Web sites and publications of defunct U.S. government agencies and commissions (e.g. National Bioethics Advisory Commission).
Coverage: 1995-
Note: Unrestricted access
USAGov   (U.S. General Services Administration)
A new address and a new name for is now the official U.S. gateway to all current government information. FirstGov en Espanol.
Coverage: Current websites only. For government sites that are no longer live try the Wayback Machine or the CyberCemetary
Note: Unrestricted access
Library Literature and Information Science Full Text   (Ebsco)
Indexes articles and book reviews of library and information science periodicals. Books, chapters in collected works such as conference proceedings, theses, and pamphlets are also indexed.
Coverage: Indexing 1984 - ; selected full text 1994 -
Note: Limited to one simultaneous user, please close your browser when finished.
ODS: Official documents of the United Nations   (United Nations)
The ODS comprises the full text of United Nations parliamentary documents (including resolutions and decisions) issued at United Nations Headquarters in New York and the United Nations Office in Geneva since 1993 as well as at the United Nations Office in Vienna since 1997. The official record version of older United Nations resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Economic and Social Council and the Trusteeship Council from 1946 onwards are stored separately on ODS in the “Resolutions” database, accessible only from the advanced search screen.
Note: Unrestricted access
ICPSR   (University of Michigan Institute for Social Research)
The Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) maintains and provides access to an archive of social science data for research and instruction, and offers training in quantitative methods to facilitate effective data use. Some data sets are available without subscription.
Note: You must register for a personal account from an on-campus computer (or a VPN connection) before you can download data.
Note: List of ICPSR this year's summer courses offered in Ann Arbor, MI and at other locations, including the University of Colorado Boulder.
Homeland Security Digital Library   (U.S. Department of Homeland Security)
Policy, strategy, and presidential documents; theses and other reports from the U.S. Department on Homeland Security.
Medicare   (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services)
The official website of the medicare program provides a formulary (a list of drugs that are available through a prescription drug plan) and a new link -- "Compare Health Plans and Medigap Policies in Your Area" -- which allows users to weigh the benefits of original Medicare against plans from private insurers. Other new links connect users to tips for lowering costs during the coverage gap and to a digital version of "Medicare & You 2007" information booklet.
Note: Unrestricted access
Public Papers   (U.S. Government Printing Office)
The Public Papers of the Presidents, which is compiled and published by the Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Administration, began in 1957 in response to a recommendation of the National Historical Publications Commission. Noting the lack of uniform compilations of messages and papers of the Presidents before this time, the Commission recommended the establishment of an official series in which Presidential writings, addresses, and remarks of a public nature could be made available.
Note: Unrestricted access
Confidential print: Middle East   (Adam Matthew Digital)
Confidential Print: Middle East, a full-text searchable collection of historical documents from the UK National Archives, covers such important events as the Egyptian reforms of Muhammad Ali Pasha in the nineteenth century, the Middle East Conference of 1921, the Mandates for Palestine and Mesopotamia and the Suez Crisis in 1956, the partition of Palestine, post-Suez Western foreign policy and the Arab-Israeli conflict. The Confidential Print series originated out of a need for the British Government to preserve important papers generated by the Foreign and Colonial Offices. Some of these were one-page letters or telegrams; others were dispatches describing important personalities or economic analysis; and others were large volumes or texts of treaties. All items marked ‘Confidential Print’ were printed and circulated immediately to leading officials in the Foreign Office, to the Cabinet and to heads of British missions abroad.
Coverage: 1839-1969
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UNBISnet   (United Nations)
The UNBISnet (UN bibliographic information system) is the catalogue of United Nations (U.N.) documents and publications indexed by the U.N. Dag Hammarskjold Library and the Library of the U.N. Office at Geneva.
Coverage: 1979 -
Note: Unrestricted access
Electronic Code of Federal Regulations   (U.S. Government Printing Office)
The Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (e-CFR) is a currently updated version of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). It is not an official legal edition of the CFR. The e-CFR is an editorial compilation of CFR material and Federal Register amendments produced by the National Archives and Records Administration's Office of the Federal Register (OFR) and the Government Printing Office. The OFR updates the material in the e-CFR on a daily basis. The current update status appears at the top of all e-CFR web pages.
The CFR contains the permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the U.S. Federal Government. Divided into 50 titles (broad regulatory areas), it is officially updated annually and issued quarterly.
Note: Unrestricted access
FERC elibrary   (U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission)
A records information system that contains documents submitted to and issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Continuation of print Reports and Statutes.
Coverage: index: 1981- ;
Note: Unrestricted access
Empire Online   (Adam Matthew Digital)
The original documents in this collection related to Empire Studies span five centuries and chart the rise and fall of empires, including the history of British imperialism and colonization. Topics range from the explorations of Columbus, Captain Cook, and others through decolonization in the second half of the twentieth century and debates over American imperialism. Materials include a broad range of document types including manuscripts, rare printed materials, periodicals, diaries, letters, and photographs with writings by both women and men from European and non-European perspectives. These primary resources are supplemented by useful secondary materials, including essays from leading academics in the field, interactive maps, chronologies detailing cultural, economic, and political aspects of numerous empires, and an image gallery.
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National Historical Geographic Information System   (Minnesota Population Center, University of Minnesota)
The National Historical Geographic Information System (NHGIS) provides, free of charge, aggregate census data and GIS-compatible boundary files for the United States between 1790 and 2000.
Note: Unrestricted access   (WorldWideScience Alliance)
Developed and maintained by the Office of Scientific and Technical Information in partnership with the British Library, is a global science gateway enablling federated searching of national and international scientific databases. Users get the most current findings in fields such as energy, medicine, agriculture, environment, and basic sciences, published by contributing nations.
Note: Unrestricted access   (U.S. National Institutes of Health) is a registry of federally and privately supported clinical trials conducted in the United States and around the world. gives information about a trial's purpose, who may participate, locations, and phone numbers for more details.
Note: Unrestricted access
US Code / Law (2006 ed.)   (U.S. Government Printing Office)
The United States Code is the codification by subject matter of the general and permanent laws of the United States. It is divided by broad subjects into 50 titles and published by the Office of the Law Revision Counsel of the U.S. House of Representatives. Since 1926, the United States Code has been published every six years. The U.S. Code does not include regulations issued by executive branch agencies, decisions of the Federal courts, treaties, or laws enacted by State or local governments.
Note: Unrestricted access
Bibliography of Scientific and Industrial Reports   (Robert L. Bolin, University of Nebraska Lincoln)
A catalog of formerly secret government research reports made available by the Federal Government after World War II.
Note: Unrestricted access
Copies of most of the documents listed in this index are available from the Library of Congress Duplication Service.
OpenSky   (National Science Foundation, National Center for Atmospheric Research)
OpenSky is the open access institutional repository supporting the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) which manages the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Colorado and the UCAR Community Programs (UCP), extending free and open access for the benefit of research and education.
Note: Unrestricted access
DOE Data Explorer   (U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Scientific and Technical Information)
Scientific research data - such as computer simulations, numeric data files, figures and plots, interactive maps, multimedia, and scientific images - generated in the course of DOE-sponsored research by discipline.
Note: Unrestricted access
Social Explorer Professional   (Oxford University Press)
Create and save demographic maps and reports down to the U.S. neighborhood and street level using U.S. census data, the American Community Survey, and the Religious Congregations and Membership Study. Visually analyze and understand demography and social change throughout U.S. history.
Coverage: 1790-
Note: Also useful in developing an understanding of the census data is an e-book on the history of the census, Measuring America : the decennial censuses from 1790 to 2000.
Tip: Start with the maps and tables.
Federal Websites - Native Americans   (Oklahoma Department of Libraries)
A guide to United States federal agency websites that feature information for or about Native Americans. Most of these websites focus on tribal matters, though a few general websites are included for their importance. There are many more general websites important to tribes listed in the website at the end of this guide.
Note: Unrestricted access
Points of View Reference Center   (Ebsco)
This collection presents full-text essays that present an overview, and both affirmative and opposing arguments for hundreds of controversial issues. Also included are Critical Thinking Guides created to enhance user skills in determining fact versus opinion. Additionally, information is culled from magazines, newspapers, radio and TV news transcripts, video clips, primary source documents, and reference books.
Learning & Teaching Library   (Global U)
Includes peer-reviewed international journal articles, dissertations, talks, presentations, and conference papers on the latest research, developments, and applications related to educational technology and e-learning. Previously named EdITLib.
Legal Information Reference Center   (Ebsco)
The LIRC offers tools and detailed “how-to” instructions to independently address a wide-range of legal issues. It contains hundreds of full-text legal publications and thousands of legal forms (searchable by various subject areas, such as Adoption, Bankruptcy, Name Changes, etc.).
Digital National Security Archive Collection (DNSA)   (ProQuest)
DNSA contains more than a 100,000 U.S.government documents containing information on critical world events, foreign relations, and U.S. policy writings from post-World War II through the 21st century. DNSA's diverse contents include presidential directives, memos, briefing papers, White House communications, email, confidential letters and more. There are also glossaries, chronologies, bibliographies, overviews, and photographs in the database. Most of these documents were previously classified and unavailable.
Note: Email yourself a copy of the article instead of a link.
USGS National Geologic Map Database (NGMD)   (U.S. Geological Survey)
The National Geologic Map Database contains digital copies of recent and historic geologic maps of the United States and its territories. Features include an advanced search, an index of geologic terms, information about current geologic mapping projects, and MapView, a map-based visual browsing interface.
Note: Unrestricted access
Statistical Abstract of the U.S. (online edition)   (ProQuest)
ProQuest Statistical Abstract of the United States is an authoritative and comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic conditions of the United States. It is also searchable within the Statistical Insight.
Note: Email yourself a copy of the article instead of a link.
Sunlight Foundation Projects   (Sunlight Foundation)
The Sunlight Foundation is a nonprofit organization focusing on making information about lobbying, campaign funding, regulations, and legislation publicly accessible and understandable. Highlighted projects include: Scout, a tool that allows users to search and create updates on topics of interest being discussed in government at the state and national levels; Influence Explorer, a tool for tracking political contributions from individuals and organizations; and OpenCongress/OpenStates, which provide access to public information on legislation and lobbying at the state and national levels. The Sunlight Academy site offers online tutorials for using these and other resources related to public policy and data visualization. Data sources are cited and linked to.
Note: Unrestricted access
Note: Some sites have limited functionality with Internet Explorer. Chrome or Firefox are recommended.
Law Commons   (Digital Commons)
The Law Commons provides open access to peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, dissertations, working papers, conference proceedings, and other original scholarly work, on Law and Criminal Justice from colleges and universities worldwide. It is curated by university librarians and their supporting institutions.
Note: Unrestricted access
International Historical Statistics   (Palgrave)
Use International Historical Statistics to find economic, financial, and social statistics for worldwide countries and territories, often spanning centuries and beginning as early as 1750. Find data for Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania including countries whose borders have changed. Within each region are chapters on population demographics, vital statistics, labor force, agriculture, industry, external trade, transport & communications, finance, prices, education, and national accounts. Statistical tables can be downloaded as PDF or Excel files with the ability to merge tables and edit text.
Coverage: Extends from 1750 to 2010, but frequency and completeness of coverage varies among topics and countries.   (U.S. Library of Congress)
The official website for U.S. federal legislative information. It provides access to accurate, timely, and complete legislative information for Members of Congress, legislative agencies, and the public. It is presented by the Library of Congress (LOC) using data from the Office of the Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives, the Office of the Secretary of the Senate, the Government Publishing Office, Congressional Budget Office, and the LOC's Congressional Research Service.
English Historical Documents   (Taylor and Francis)
English Historical Documents (EHD) is an annotated collection of full-text primary source documents on British history covering the years 500 -1914, plus American history to 1776, all selected by historians. The widely varying sources include personal and official letters and diaries, statutes, government and cabinet proceedings, military dispatches, newspaper articles, pamphlets, sermons, and more. Each section of the documents and many of the documents themselves are accompanied by editorial commentary to supply context. Topics range from political and constitutional issues to social, economic, religious, and cultural history.
Statistical Abstracts of the World   (ProQuest)
ProQuest Statistical Abstract of the World is an authoritative and comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic conditions of many countries and regions across the globe.
Note: Email yourself a copy of the article instead of a link.
Sage Stats   (Sage)
Statistical data series created from more than 200,000 government and non-government datasets. Covers a wide range of business, societal and scientific topics including crime, employment and labor, economy, households and housing, transportation, environment and agriculture.
Checkpoint   (RIA)
Provides primary tax documents and secondary analysis for federal, state and local taxation, estate planning, pensions and benefits, international taxation and payroll deduction from RIA and WG&L publications.
Note: You must register for a personal account from an on-campus computer (or a VPN connection) before you can access folders or receive email alerts of news and journals.
Education Development Center   (EDC)
An international non-profit which manages 335 projects in 50 countries that address challenges in education, health, technology and human rights. The efforts are based on the "conviction that learning is the liberating force in human development." Projects include the Digital Divide Network, The Initiative for Pediatric Palliative Care at the Center for Applied Ethics and Professional Practice and Resources for Educators at the Center for Science Education.
Note: Unrestricted access
Sociological Abstracts   (ProQuest)
Citations and abstracts for journal articles, books, book chapters, dissertations, association papers and reviews in theoretical and applied sociology, social science and policy science.
Coverage: 1963-
Note: Email yourself a copy of the article instead of a link.
TOPICsearch   (Ebsco)
A multidisciplinary, full text, current events database covering social, political and economic issues, scientific discoveries and other popular topics. Over 1,100 magazines, 150 newspapers, 400 pamphlets, 1,500 popular biographies, 800 book reviews, numerous government reports, and 15,000 public opinion polls are included. An excellent place to start if you need help choosing a topic.
Coverage: 1990 -
FedStats   (U.S. Federal Agencies with Statistical Programs)
FedStats shows the full range of official statistical information available to the public from the Federal Government. Track economic and population trends, education, health care costs, aviation safety, foreign trade, energy use, farm production, and more. Access official statistics collected and published by Federal agencies.
Note: Unrestricted access
Environmental Health News   (Environmental Health Sciences)
Worldwide news about a variety of subjects related to the environment and health of humans, wildlife and ecosystems.
Note: Unrestricted access
Bureau of Labor Statistics   (U.S. Department of Labor)
Statistics related to U.S. and foreign labor, employment, wages, earnings and benefits, inflation and consumer spending including the Consumer Price Index. see also the agencies listed at FedStats - Labor. Use Economy at a Glance for state economic statistics.
Note: Unrestricted access
Google Guide   (Nancy Blachman)
An online tutorial on searching with Google. Not sponsored by Google.
Note: Unrestricted access
Library of Congress Classification Outline   (U.S. Library of Congress)
A description of the filing system for most books and other materials in Auraria Library and in most academic or research libraries. Detailed description.
Note: Unrestricted access
Using Primary Sources on the Web    (RUSA, ALA)
Primary sources are original records created at the time historical events occurred or well after events in the form of memoirs and oral histories. These sources serve as the raw material to interpret the past. When used with previous interpretations by historians, they provide the resources necessary for historical research.
Note: Unrestricted access
Industry Information Resources   (Integra Information)
Provides links to lists of industry resources for over 250 industries. Students have access, coutesy of Auraria Library, to many of these commercial databases. Check the Auraria Library catalog Skyline or the Industries databases.
Note: Unrestricted access
Smarthinking - Online Writing Assistance   (CCD Students Only)
Connect to Smarthinking and Brainfuse from your D2L View in CCD Connect where free online tutoring is available to CCD students in Math, all writing assignments, and Spanish. Check out the CCD Tutoring Center on the 4th floor of Confluence for free face-to-face tutoring! Call 303-556-2497 for more information.
Note: CCD students log in to the CCD Portal to use the writing center.
Writing Center    (UCD)
Offers workshops on Argument, Grammar, Citation, CVs, and more to all of the UCD community - faculty, staff, students and alumni, in-person. Location map. Students may also make a 50-minute appointment for daytime and evening online sessions every hour that the Denver Campus Center is open.
Note: Unrestricted access
Writing Center.   (Metro State Univeristy of Denver)
Available to any Metro student, the composition instructors and trained writing tutors at the lab work with you to develop your writing abilities. The Lab offers 40 minute consultations and 10 minute "speed tutoring" sessions. Speed tutoring sessions are designed for students to ask one or two simple questions, such as "how should I cite this source?" For all other situations, the Lab recommends a 40 minute consultation. Online help, also known as Smart Thinking, is available.
Note: Unrestricted access
SPARC   (Association of Research Libraries)
Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) is an alliance of academic and research libraries and organizations working through advocacy, education, and incubation of alternatives to correct market dysfunctions in the scholarly publishing system.
Note: Unrestricted access
Reference Books on Architecture   (Auraria Library)
Key sources you can find in the reference stacks.
Note: Unrestricted access
Cabell’s Directories of Publishing Opportunities   (Cabell Publishing, Inc.)
Cabell's is a resource for researchers seeking to publish their manuscripts in academic journals. Cabell's contains current contact information, publisher websites, publication guidelines and review information for journals in the following disciplines: accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing, education, curriculum, educational psychology, educational administration, educational technology, library science, psychology, psychiatry, computer science, business information systems, health administration, nursing.
Publisher Copyright Policies (SHERPA RoMEO)   (University of Nottingham)
Use this site to find a summary of permissions that are normally given as part of each publisher's rights transfer agreement. Find your publisher and compare contracts of different publishers.
Note: Unrestricted access
SPIN   (InfoEd)
SPIN (the Sponsored Programs Information Network) is a database of federal, non-federal and corporate funding opportunities designed to assist faculty and staff in the identification of external sources of support for research, education and development projects. Access available through the UCD Health Science Campus Office of Sponsored Programs.
Note: In Library use only.
Pew Global Attitudes Project   (Pew Research Center)
The Pew Global Attitudes Project is a unique, comprehensive, internationally comparable series of surveys available to journalists, academics, policymakers and the public. It aims to gauge attitudes in every region toward globalization, trade and an increasingly connected world; to measure changes in attitudes toward democracy and other key issues among some of the European populations surveyed in the 13-nation 1991 benchmark survey, the Pulse of Europe (also directed by Dr. Albright and Mr. Kohut); to measure attitudes about terrorism; to examine the intersection between the Islamic faith and public policy in countries with significant Muslim populations; and to more deeply probe attitudes toward the United States in all countries.
Note: Unrestricted access
Science and Engineering Statistics   (National Science Foundation)
Publications, data, and analyses about the nation's science and engineering resources.
Note: Unrestricted access
ScienceWatch   (Thomson ISI)
Thomson Reuters ScienceWatch is an open Web resource for science metrics and research performance analysis. Includes data and commentary on the people, places and topics in science. ScienceWatch also works with reporters to support their stories by exploring and quantifying key trends in research, funding, and policy, as well as patent and drug pipeline information
Note: Unrestricted access
Chronicling America   (U.S. Library of Congress)
View a variety of full-text newspapers from 1836 to 1922 from a number of states in the U.S. including Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and West Virginia. Full-text coverage will continue to expand. Chronicling America also includes a directory of newspapers published in the United States since 1690. This directory can help identify what titles exist for a specific place and time, and how to access them.
Coverage: 1690-
Note: Unrestricted access
Library Assignments   (Auraria Library)
These assignments have been created or collected by librarians at Auraria Library. Download and revise these to fit your needs. At this website faculty may also suggest an assignment or have librarians review an existing assignment.
Note: Unrestricted access
Agricola   (U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library)
Search this database to find articles, chapters & book citations on agriculture-related topics. Includes the National Agricultural Library Digital Collections.
Note: Unrestricted access
Chicago Manual of Style Online   (The University of Chicago)
The Chicago Manual of Style Online offers the complete searchable text of the traditional print version of The Chicago Manual of Style. CMOS Online also includes the Chicago Style Q&A, a searchable file of frequently asked question and the Tools, showing examples of forms, letters, and style sheets.
American Geophysical Union Earth and Space Index (EASI)   (American Geophysical Union)
Searchable online access to the American Geophysical Union (AGU) EASI journals in the Wiley Online Library.
Annual Reviews   (Annual Reviews)
Compilations of critical review articles in the Biomedical, Life, Physical, and Social Sciences fields.
Coverage: 1996-
Note: Mobile enabled. Automatically detects mobile phones.
National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)   (U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) is the consolidation of three existing National Data Centers: the National Climatic Data Center, the National Geophysical Data Center, and the National Oceanographic Data Center into the National Centers for Environmental Information. The data sets and their sources are listed by category and the data sets are commonly available through registration.
Note: Unrestricted access
Kinsey Institute    (The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, Inc., Indiana University )
Research Institute investigating and informing about critical issues in sex, gender and reproduction. Has a library and many web resources.
Note: Unrestricted access to website. Library is by subscription.
SAMHSA Data   (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration)
Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration provides access to substance abuse and mental health research data to study substance abuse and mental health problems. SAMHSA has the following five data collections: Emergency Department Data, Substance Abuse Facilities Data / NSSATS, Mental Health Facilities Data / NMHSS, Client Level Data / TEDS, and Population Data / NSDUH.
Note: Unrestricted access
PANGAEA   (Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research AND The Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (MARUM), University of Bremen )
An Open Access library aimed at archiving, publishing and distributing georeferenced data from earth system research. The system guarantees long-term availability of its content through a commitment of the operating institutions.
Note: Unrestricted access. Some data sets may require registration prior to download.
ELDIS Gateway to Development Information   (IDS Knowledge Services)
Gateway to global development information on international development issues, policy, practice and research. Editorially selected content from over 7,500 development organizations, the focus is on materials which are of strategic, policy or practical interest for development practitioners. The database includes country profiles as well as subject-focused guides.
Note: Unrestricted access
Bureau of Justice Statistics   (U.S. Department of Justice)
Statistics related to U.S. crime, criminology, policing and punishment.
Note: Unrestricted access
DASH   (DataONE and the UC Curation Center (UC3))
DataONE Dash is a self-service tool for researchers to describe, upload, and share their research data via ONEShare, member repository of the DataONE network. It makes it easier to document , manage, archive and share tabular data.
Note: Unrestricted access
Digital Commons Network   (Bepress: Berkeley Electronic Press)
The Digital Commons Network presents scholarship from hundreds of universities and colleges, providing immediate full-text/open access to peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, dissertations, working papers, conference proceedings, and other original scholarly work. This constantly growing collection represents thousands of disciplines and subject areas.
Note: Unrestricted access
Rocky Mountain PBS News   (Rocky Mountain PBS)
News and features stories for and about Coloradans from Rocky Mountain PBS.
Coverage: 2010 - present
Note: Unrestricted access
Access for All: Providing a Window to the Legislative Process for Colorado’s Citizens   (Westminster Law Library, University of Denver)
This site provides searchable access to all Colorado Legislative Council Research Publications, legislation related to each publication, and information on performing legislative history research at the state and federal level. To search the collection scroll down below the very large webpage header to see this link: Search Colorado Legislative Council Research Publications.
Coverage: 1954-
Note: Unrestricted access
HCUPnet   (U.S. Department of Health & Human Services)
Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP) provides information and health statistics related to hospital inpatient and emergency department utilization.
Note: Unrestricted access
Gold Rush   (Alliance)
Gold Rush is a journal finding tool to help you find the best databases to search for articles on a specific topic or from a specific journal. Gold Rush will also help to determine whether or not you have access to a particular database.
Note: Unrestricted access
Note: Defaults to Alliance holdings. Choose a library in the left column for that library's holdings.
Scitation   (American Institute of Physics)
Scitation is the re-launch of the Online Journal Publishing Service (OJPS), a leader in online sci-tech publishing and journal hosting since 1996.
Coverage: 1975-
Rock's Backpages: The Online Library of Music Journalism   (Rock's Backpages)
RBP is a monster database of rock journalism online. It is an archive of legendary interviews, classic features, and groundbreaking reviews by the best rock writers of all time on thousands of artists from Elvis Presley to Eminem, the Rolling Stones to the Stone Roses, and the White Stripes to Amy Winehouse. Enjoy!
Colorado State Publications   (Colorado State Library and the Colorado Department of Education)
The State Publications Library provides Colorado residents with convenient access to information produced by state government through a system of acquiring and loaning publications as well as answering questions related to state information. State publications are valuable sources of information published by state agencies that include annual reports, budgets, planning reports, newsletters, consumer information, legislative reports, and directories. They cover a wide variety of topics including health, business, education, crime, agriculture, mining, employment, taxes, water quality, wildlife, and the environment.
Note: Unrestricted access
Criminal Justice Abstracts with Full Text   (Ebsco)
Citations, summaries and/or full text of U.S. & international journal articles, books, dissertations, papers, and government and other reports, on many criminal justice topics; including crime trends, crime prevention and deterrence, juvenile delinquency, juvenile justice, police, courts, punishment and sentencing.
Coverage: 1968-
Note: Email yourself a copy of the article instead of a link.
Health and Wellness Resource Center   (Gale Cengage)
Index to medical reference materials, magazines, journals, newspapers, definitions, a drug finder, directories, and government information. Includes Gale Encyclopedia of Alternative Medicine, and health videos from Healthology, Inc., pamphlets and health-related articles from general interest publications.
Coverage: 1980-
Note: Email yourself a copy of the article instead of a link.
DttP: Documents to the People   (Stanford University)
Digital archive for the journal DttP: Documents to the People. DttP is the official publication of the American Library Association, Government Documents Round Table (ALA/GODORT).
Coverage: 1972-1998
Note: Unrestricted access
The Hill : The Newspaper for and about the U.S. Congress   (The Hill)
A commericial newspaper for and about Congress. Includes political news and a government guides section.
Note: Unrestricted access
NCJRS Abstracts Database (National Criminal Justice Reference Service)   (U.S. Department of Justice)
Database containing summaries of more than 150,000 criminal justice publications, including Federal, State, and Local government reports, books, research reports, journal articles, and unpublished research. This site ONLY searches the Abstracts database. There are some articles online. For the online collection, go to the advanced website search of the NCJRS Virtual Library.
Note: Unrestricted access
Bibliography of Native North Americans   (Ebsco)
Bibliography of Native North Americans (BNNA) is a bibliographic database covering all aspects of native North American culture, history, and life. Includes citations to books, essays, journal articles, and government documents of the United States and Canada. Dates of coverage for included content range from the sixteenth century to the present.
Prospector   (Alliance)
The unified catalog (index) of Auraria, Colorado College, Colorado State University, Denver Public Library, Fort Lewis College, Jefferson County Public Library, Regis University, University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, University of Colorado Law Library, University of Denver, University of Denver Law Library, University of Northern Colorado, including government publications not in the Auraria Library.. Online requests can be made for documents to be sent to the Auraria Library in 2 business days.
Note: Unrestricted access
Mobile interface
Reference USA   (infoUSA)
A directory of 12 million businesses and 120 million households. The business directory includes non-profit and government organizations searchable by a variety of criteria, including industry type, location, and sales volume.
Statistical Insight   (ProQuest)
This collection covers a multitude of topics, supplying either direct access to statistical tables or the information needed to find them. The data comes from U.S., state, and international intergovernmental organizations as well as government agencies; professional, trade, and research organizations; universities; and commercial publishers. Proquest’s Statistical Abstract of the United States and Statistical Abstract of the World, both statistic-rich collections, are searchable within Statistical Insight.
Coverage: 1973- ; full text 1997-
Note: A quick overview to help you get started using Statistical Insight
Avalon Project   (Yale Law School)
Text versions of historical documents in law, history, economics, politics, government and diplomacy with source information and links. Includes Project Diana an online human rights archive.
Coverage: 4000 bce -
Note: Unrestricted access
National Center for Education Statistics   (U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences)
Statistics and facts from the federal government on education.
Note: Unrestricted access
Agricultural and Environmental Sciences   (ProQuest)
A multidisciplinary database that provides comprehensive coverage of the environmental sciences. Abstracts and citations from scientific journals, conference proceedings, reports, monographs, books and government publications. Includes TOXLINE and Conference Papers Index. Previously known as Environmental Sciences and Pollution Management.
Coverage: 1967-
Note: Email yourself a copy of the article instead of a link.
Macmillan Cabinet Papers   (Adam Matthew Digital)
Macmillan Online provides direct access to documents from the highest level of U.K. government during the administration of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan.
Coverage: 1957-1963
Note: Security certificate warnings may appear. It is safe to continue.
GenderWatch   (ProQuest)
Full text database that focuses on how gender impacts a broad spectrum of subject areas providing perspectives on the evolution of the women's movement, men's studies, the transgender community, and the changes in gender roles over the years. Publications include scholarly journals, magazines, newspapers, newsletters, regional publications, books, and NGO, government and special reports.
Coverage: 1970-
Note: Email yourself a copy of the article instead of a link.
Cyber Bullying Searchable Information Center   (ebrary)
A searchable collection of ebooks on cyberbullying from a variety of publishers and government agencies.
Note: Unrestricted access
Policy Basics   (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities)
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) is an organization that works at the federal and state levels on fiscal policy and public programs affecting low- and moderate-income families and individuals. The center conducts research and analysis on proposed budget and tax policies, develops policy options to reduce poverty, and examines the impact of proposed policies on the economy and on federal and state budgets. It publishes research reports under the Research tab, on issues related to budgets, taxes, and government assistance programs.
Coverage: 1996-
Note: Unrestricted access
Resources on Japanese American internment camps in World War II   (Auraria Library)
This is an example boolean search of Auraria Library resources from the search box on the Library home page for information on Japanese American internment camps created by the US government in WWII. The search is for "Japanese Americans and (evacuation OR relocation OR internment)".
American Indian Histories and Cultures   (Adam Matthew Digital)
The full-text materials in this collection cover 11 broad areas related to Native Americans from the time prior to North American colonization to the 20th century Rights Movement. Areas covered, related to indigenous peoples of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, include culture, history, education, religion, government relations, treaties, wars, trade, and 20th century political activism, among others. The primary source documents in this collection includes maps, atlases, visual images, art, photographs, linguistic and ethnographic accounts, 20th century American Indian newspapers, and more drawn from the Ayers Collection at the Newberry Library. Cross-searchable with the Library’s subscription to The American West collection.
Note: Security certificate warnings may appear. It is safe to continue.
Access Science   (McGraw-Hill)
Provides access to all the articles, fully illustrated, from the latest edition of The Encyclopedia of Science & Technology, including dictionary terms, hundreds of Research updates in all areas of science and technology, and thousands of biographies of leading scientists. Updated weekly.
Note: Security certificate warnings may appear. It is safe to continue.
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences   (New York Academy of Sciences)
The Annals series (approximately 30 volumes per year) provides multi-disciplinary perspectives on research in fields of current scientific interest.
Coverage: table of contents 1964- , abstracts 1975- , full text 1997-
eLS, Encyclopedia of life sciences   (Encyclopedia of life sciences)
A fully searchable database of specially commissioned, peer-reviewed and citable articles in the life sciences. It is similar to PQ Researcher and Opposing Viewpoints but consists of discussions of research in topics such as Biochemistry, Bioethics & Philosophy, Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Ecology, Evolution & Diversity of Life, Genetics & Disease, Immunology, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, Plant Science, Science & Society, Structural Biology, and Virology.
SHERPA   (University of Nottingham)
SHERPA is investigating issues in the future of scholarly communication. It is developing open-access institutional repositories in a number of research universities to facilitate the rapid and efficient worldwide dissemination of research. Use this site to find information, advice and materials relating to building and using repositories. There is also a summary of open access and guidance for authors.
Note: Unrestricted access
Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts with full text (LISTA)   (Ebsco)
Indexes periodicals, books, research reports and proceedings in online information retrieval, information management, librarianship, classification, cataloging, bibliometrics, and related fields.
Business Collection    (Gale Cengage)
Use the Gale Business Collection to research companies, the products and technologies they produce, and the markets in which they compete. Includes summaries and full text from business and trade journals, industry newsletters, newspapers, market research studies, news releases, and investment and brokerage firm reports. This collection replaces PROMT, Business Index ASAP, Business & Company ASAP, and General Business File.
Coverage: 1999-
Note: Email yourself a copy of the article instead of a link.
SBRNet   (Sports Business Research Network)
This site covers all aspects of the sports industry, linking to market research reports, industry news, and thousands of Web sites related to sports and recreation businesses, activities and products.
Encyclopedia Smithsonian   (Smithsonian Institution)
Exhibits, collections, artifacts, art and research from the nations' attic listed in an online encyclopedia format.
Note: Unrestricted access
BioMed Central   (BioMed Central)
BioMed Central Ltd., an independent publisher in London, England, provides free access to biomedical research publications. These publications include biology and medicine journal articles, current reports, and meeting abstracts. BioMed Central offers information about current controlled trials, as well as topics in modern biology.
Note: Unrestricted access
CAM on PubMed   (U.S. National Library of Medicine)
National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) and the NLM partnered to index articles on complementary medicine.  This research data has been added to the larger PubMed database.  CAM on PubMed is a subset of PubMed and is searched through restricting PubMed searches to those items indexed as "related to complementary and alternative medicine".  Access CAM on PubMed through this link to be automatically directed to the full text resources available only to students, faculty and staff at the Auraria Campus.
Note: Non-Auraria patrons use this access point to search the public version of the CAM on PubMed index.
Tropical Plant Database   (Raintree Nutrition, Inc.)
Each plant database file contains taxonomy data, phytochemical information, ethnobotanical data, uses in traditional medicine systems, and clinical research (including links to clinical abstracts). Click on one of the tabs to navigate.
Note: Unrestricted access
Wikipedia   (Wikimedia Foundation)
A free encyclopedia that anyone can, and does, contribute to with varying levels of accuracy. Students: Best practice is to use this for general info and terms to formulate searches in further research and to check your facts.
Note: Unrestricted access
Forum Historiae Iuris   (Forum Historiae Iuris)
A European online magazine with articles, reviews, announcements of new literature, research reports and materials for studies and research in legal history. The Forum Historiae Iuris is an international project promoting integration and networking between educators and legal historians.
Note: Unrestricted access
BioOne   (BioOne)
Provides full-text of high-impact bioscience research journals published by small societies and non-commercial publishers. Journals focus on the biological, ecological and environmental sciences.
Passport   (Euromonitor)
Euromonitor’s online market research tool, formerly called GMID or Global Market Information Database, monitors economic trends and gives strategic analysis, market size, and market share for numerous products across key countries. Passport includes demographic, psychographic, economic and marketing reports, and statistics, which are comparable across countries. It provides country profiles that include economic news and emerging sectors, and integrated data sets that provide historical trends and forecasting numbers. See: Getting Started with Passport.
Note: Restricted to Auraria students, faculty, and staff only; login required. Datasets may be downloaded to Excel.
Art Retrospective   (Ebsco)
An in-depth record of contemporary art history. Art Index Retrospective allows users to search 55 years of art journalism at a keystroke. Users can research leading English-language sources, plus others published in French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Dutch. Besides periodicals, users have access to data from important yearbooks and select museum bulletins.
Note: Search Art Full Text and Art Index Retrospective at the same time.
Create Change   (SPARC)
In the age of the Internet, the ways you share and use academic research results are changing rapidly, fundamentally, irreversibly. There's great potential in change. After all, faster and wider sharing of journal articles, research data, simulations, syntheses, analyses, and other findings fuels the advance of knowledge. It's a two-way street, sharing research benefits you and others. From the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition.
Note: Unrestricted access
Mergent Online - International and Industrial Data   (Mergent)
A suite of information resources that enables in-depth business and financial research on foreign companies, and on U.S. and foreign industries. The information resources included are: foreign company data and annual reports, foreign company archives, and industry reports for North America, Asia, the Pacific, Europe, and Latin America.
Annual Review of Psychology   (Annual Reviews)
A journal of critical reviews by invited qualified authors. They review significant developments in the discipline (i.e. all areas of psychology research and practice).
Note: Mobile enabled. Automatically detects mobile phones.
Annual Review of Clinical Psychology   (Annual Reviews)
A journal of critical reviews by invited qualified authors. They review significant developments in the discipline (i.e. all areas of clinical psychology research and practice).
Note: Mobile enabled. Automatically detects mobile phones.
Technology Transfer Office   (CU System)
The mission of the CU Technology Transfer Office is to aggressively pursue, protect, package, and license to business the intellectual property generated from the research enterprise and to serve faculty, staff, and students seeking to create such intellectual property.
Note: Unrestricted access
Art History Resources on the Web   (Christopher L. C. E. Witcombe)
This extensive collection covers art history from prehistory to the 20th century. Includes links to research resources, art departments, museums and galleries.
Note: Unrestricted access
American National Election Studies   (Stanford University and University of Michigan)
Data on voting, public opinion, and political participation to serve the research needs of social scientists, teachers, students, policy makers and journalists who want to better understand the theoretical and empirical foundations of national election outcomes.
Note: Unrestricted access
Antarctic Bibliography   (American Geological Institute)
Covers all disciplines related to the region including biological and geological sciences, meteorology, oceanography, atmospheric and terrestrial physics, expeditions, logistics equipment and supplies, and tourism. Produced with support from the National Science Foundation with contributions from the Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge.
Coverage: 1950-
Synthesis Digital Library of Engineering and Computer Science   (Morgan & Claypool)
This online library consists of ebooks (lectures or short books) that summarize/synthesize important research or development topics in computer science or engineering, authored by an expert in the field. Synthesis is organized by series, each managed by a consulting editor who is also a prominent researcher in the field. The fields are primarily related to electrical engineering, computer science, and bioengineering.
Biodiversity Heritage Library   (Biodiversity Heritage Library Project)
Ten major natural history museum libraries, botanical libraries, and research institutions have joined to form the Biodiversity Heritage Library Project. The group is developing a strategy and operational plan to digitize the published literature of biodiversity held in their respective collections. This literature will be available through a global “biodiversity commons.”
Note: Unrestricted access
Colloquium Digital Library of Life Sciences   (Morgan & Claypool)
The Digital Library is organized into twelve different Lecture Series, each containing 75 to 125-page electronic books, lectures, each covering a different research area in the biomedical & life sciences.
International Bibliography of Art    (ProQuest)
The International Bibliography of Art (IBA) is the successor to the Bibliography of the History of Art (BHA) from the Getty Research Institute and includes the content of the BHA.
Coverage: 2008-
Note: Email yourself a copy of the article instead of a link.
Arago: People, Postage & the Past   (Smithsonian National Postal Museum)
Research history through stamps and create you own collection using this extensive website from the Smithsonian National Postal Museum.
Note: Unrestricted access
Encyclopedia of Life   (EOL Council)
Open access collaborative encyclopedia of life on Earth. Searchable data and studies contributed by research institutions worldwide including the Field Museum of Natural History, Harvard University, and the Smithsonian Institution.
Note: Unrestricted access.
Note: Translations into Spanish and Arabic available.
International Directory of Philosophy   (Philosophy Documentation Center)
The International Directory of Philosophy is an online database containing information on university philosophy departments and programs, philosophical societies, associations, research centers and institutes, journals, and philosophy publishers around the world. It is the successor to the Directory of American Philosophers and the International Directory of Philosophy and Philosophers, standard reference works published by the Philosophy Documentation Center since 1970.
Open Access Thesis and Dissertations (OATD)   (OATD Steering Committee)
Use OATD to find full-text/open access graduate theses and dissertations from colleges, universities, and research institutions worldwide.
Note: Unrestricted access
Music Industry Data   (Academic Charts Online)
Music Industry Data provides statistics and commentary on the impact of music across countries and cultures. It enables evidence based research across all genres from pop to classical, jazz and world music.
Business Decision Academic   (CIVIC Technologies)
Business Decision Academic (BDA) provides data and graphic reports to support various types of research projects, such as business, marketing and strategic plans, and also provides demographic analysis in various fields, including Public Administration, Sociology, Public Health, and Urban Planning. This resource can be used to evaluate potential sites for new stores, service centers or clinics; evaluate market penetration; analyze trade areas; perform competitive analyses, and more.
Coverage: Uses Census 2010 data and geographies, updated annually.
Note: Occasional problems with graphics may occur in IE 9. If they do switch to Chrome or Firefox.
Note: Help using the BDA and links to the Tapestry data manual.
As many exceptions as rules   (Mark Lasbury)
A free online resource, learning object, that tells the stories of organisms that break biological rules or norms in order to survive and thrive. Posted weekly, each story includes pertinent vocabulary with etymology, interesting questions to spark discussion, links to the reports from the latest research on the subject being discussed, and a list of online resources for more information and classroom activities.
Note: Unrestricted access
The Arabidopsis Information Resource (TAIR)   (Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, The Ohio State University)
The Arabidopsis Information Resource (TAIR) is the model organism database for the fully sequenced and intensively studied model plant Arabidopsis thaliana. Data in TAIR is derived in large part from manual curation of the Arabidopsis research literature and direct submissions from the research community.
Explora Elementary School   (Ebsco)
Explora is a search engine designed for the unique research needs of students in elementary schools. An Explora search retrieves appropriate and reliable grade level articles from leading magazines and reference works. Since this resource is available in many Colorado schools, it will also be helpful to teachers and preservice teachers in the state. Explora Elementary School replaces the interfaces previously known as Searchasaurus. Explora also has databases tailored to Middle School and to High School. This interface also includes a Curriculum Standards module which can help teachers correlate content quickly and easily to Common Core, state- or Canadian province-specific curriculum standards.
Explora Middle School   (Ebsco)
Explora Middle School is a search engine designed for the unique research needs of students in middle schools. An Explora search retrieves appropriate and reliable grade level articles from leading magazines and reference works. Since this resource is available in many Colorado schools, it will also be helpful to teachers and preservice teachers in the state. Explora Middle School replaces the interfaces previously known as Kids Search. Explora also has databases tailored to Elementary School and to High School. This interface also includes a Curriculum Standards module which can help teachers correlate content quickly and easily to Common Core, state- or Canadian province-specific curriculum standards.
Explora High School   (Ebsco)
Explora is a search engine designed for the unique research needs of students in high school. An Explora search retrieves appropriate and reliable grade level articles from leading magazines and reference works. Since this resource is available in many Colorado schools, it will also be helpful to teachers and preservice teachers in the state. Explora High School replaces the interfaces previously known as Student Research Center. Explora also has databases tailored to Middle School and to Elementary School. This interface also includes a Curriculum Standards module which can help teachers correlate content quickly and easily to Common Core, state- or Canadian province-specific curriculum standards.
bioRxiv   (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory)
bioRxiv (pronounced "bio-archive") is a free online archive and distribution service for unpublished preprints in the life sciences. It is operated by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, a not-for-profit research and educational institution. By posting preprints on bioRxiv, authors are able to make their findings immediately available to the scientific community and receive feedback on draft manuscripts before they are submitted to journals.
Note: Unrestricted access
Census Business Builder: Small Business Edition   (U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau)
A U.S. Census Bureau resource that allows a user to navigate and use key demographic and economic data to guide research into opening a new busines or expanding an existing one. This data can be found on the county, city/town, zip code and census tract level.
Note: Unrestricted access
EthOs: e-theses online service   (British Library Board)
EthOs is the UK’s national thesis service which aims to maximize the visibility and availability of doctoral research theses awarded by UK higher education institutions. Over a third of the theses in EthOs are free online. Others are available for purchase.
Note: Unrestricted access
Redalyc   (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México)
Red de Revistas Científicas de América Latina y el Caribe, España y Portugal (Redalyc) indexes peer-reviewed open access research journals, published by more than 500 institutions from twenty two Ibero-American countries. Searchable in Spanish and English.
Note: Unrestricted access
Business Insights: Global   (Gale Cengage)
Business Insights Global contains full case studies, analytical tools, and in-depth statistical data in global industry research reports for specific industries within specific countries. Use it to compare global economies, and companies and industries and personalize interactive live charts of economic and business indicators.
North American Plant Atlas (NAPA)   (Biota of North America Program (BONAP))
The North American Plant Atlas from BONAP displays in one location over 40 years of research from both individual and institutional researchers. The maps can be viewed by family and genera. There are also a photo gallery and specialty maps including density gradient, largest North American genera and families, floristic tension zones, floristic similarity maps, vicariad maps, and soil and climate types.
Note: Unrestricted access.
Human Rights Studies Online   (Alexander Street)
Human Rights Studies Online is a research database providing comparative documentation, analysis, and interpretation of major human rights violations and atrocity crimes worldwide from 1900 to 2010. The collection includes primary and secondary materials across multiple media formats and content types for each selected event, including Armenia, the Holocaust, Cambodia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Rwanda, Darfur, and more than thirty additional subjects.
Search for Scholarships   (Back to College)
Includes multiple web-based scholarship databases. Though originally intended as a resource for adults returning to college, this information is applicable to all population groups looking for internet databases on funding opportunities.
Note: Unrestricted access
Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages and Renaissance   (Iter)
This collection databases includes a bibliography of articles from some 500 journals literature pertaining to the Middle Ages and Renaissance (400-1700 AD). Search by author, title, keyword, etc. Citations only. There are also searchable databases of scholars, extant manuscripts, early theatre, and architectural details. Some of the databases are difficult to access from off campus.
SciELO   (Scientific Electronic Library Online)
The Scientific Electronic Library Online - SciELO is a refereed multidisciplinary index which covers scholarly journals from Latin America, Spain, Portugal, the Caribbean and South Africa. Most of the SciELO journals are open-access, so you can link directly to the content in Portuguese, Spanish and English. SciELO is also searched through Auraria Library's access to Web of Science through the default All databases search and as a stand-alone database titled SciELO Citation Index.
Note: Unrestricted access
Right-to-Know Network   (Center for Effective Government)
This site is a project of the Center for Effective Government. Provides free access to numerous databases such as the Toxics Release Inventory, CERCLIS, text files, and conferences on the environment, housing, and sustainable development.
Note: Unrestricted access
Toxnet   (U.S. National Library of Medicine)
A cluster of databases on toxicology, hazardous chemicals and related areas.
Note: Unrestricted access
WilsonWeb   (Ebsco)
H.W. Wilson was purchased by Ebsco and the WilsonWeb databases are now available through the Ebsco database platform. The Wilson databases are included in this alphabetical list of resources available through Ebsco. Check the ones you wish to search and "Continue".
Intute   (Resource Discovery Network (UK))
Intute is designed to help the educator and researcher discover quality free web sites and online subscription databases in all subject disciplines. Scholars in the U.K. select and describe each site included in Intute. Formerly called Humbul Humanities Hub.
CUFTS   (Simon Fraser University Library)
The CUFTS knowledgebase includes a Journal Search to find which CUFTS electronic collection contains a journal title. Resource Comparison feature provides lists to analyse overlapping and unique journal titles and coverage dates in CUFTS electronic collections. Auraria Library has two similar databases that intergrate into our catalog Skyline to perform similar functions.
Coverage: Updated irregularly
Note: Unrestricted access
Index to Organism Names (ION)   (Thomson ISI)
ION contains all the animal, plant, and virus names data found within the BIOSIS literature databases - Zoological Record, BIOSIS Previews and Biological Abstracts. Bacteria names will be added soon.
Note: Unrestricted access
Plant Information Online   (University of Minnesota Libraries)
Plant Information Online offers a collection of databases including Plant and Seed Sources, Book and Magazine Citations to Plant Info & Images, and Selected Links to Plant Info & Images.
Coverage: 1982-
Note: Unrestricted access
Women Writers Online (WWO)   (Women Writers Project)
Online editions of texts by English and American women published between 1500 and 1830. It also includes introductory essays by contemporary scholars about Renaissance women writers, their texts, and related topics and supplies links to other textual databases and a collection of syllabi.
Rand State Statistics   (Rand Corporation)
Rand State Statistics contains numerous statistical databases covering a large number of subject areas: population & demographics; health & health care; business & economics; crimes, prisons & courts; labor force, employment & earnings; energy; environment, resources & weather; k-12 education; higher education; income, expenditure, wealth & poverty; social insurance & human services; transportation & travel; federal government; and state & local government. This data is updated on a regular basis, and much of it is available at the national, state, county, and city levels.
Note: Browse to each data section.
ARTFL Project   (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique and the University of Chicago, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures)
The ARTFL project databases include FRANTEXT, which provides over 3500 texts ranging from 12th to the 20th century, French Women Writers from the 16th-19th centuries, Provencal Poetry, Textes de Français Ancien, Journal de Trevoux, Dictionnaire historique and critoqie and Opera del Vocabolario Italiano. The Reference Collection includes numerous historical French dictionaries, verb conjugators, the great Encyclopedia of Diederot and D'Alembert and many other works.
JoVE Science Education Database   (Journal of Visualized Experiments)
A collection of video databases dedicated to teaching laboratory fundamentals using video demonstrations. Auraria Library has access to six of the collections: General Laboratory Techniques, Basic Methods in Cellular and Molecular Biology, Essentials of Neuroscience, Essentials of Developmental Biology, Essentials of Genetics, and Essentials of Cell Biology.
Note: JoVE, the video journal, is indexed in PubMed. Some videos are available in full.
Economic Report of the President   (U.S. Government Printing Office)
Annual Economic Reports of the President transmitted to the Congress of the United States. Also in print at GOVPUB REF Pr 42.9
Coverage: 1995-
Note: Unrestricted access
Buildings of Ireland   (Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government)
Website of the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage (NIAH). The NIAH is a section within the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government.The NIAH identifies and records the architectural heritage of Ireland, from 1700 to the present day. The ongoing surveys are presented by county, and consist of a database record and images of each building/structure surveyed.
Note: Unrestricted access
Internal Revenue Code   (U.S. Government Printing Office)
Title 26 (the Tax Code of the United States) from GPO. Or search the code from GPOAccess.
Note: Unrestricted access
Know Your Copy Rights   (Association of Research Libraries)
A website for librarians who are developing positive educational programs for academic users of copyrighted materials in US not-for-profit institutions.
Note: Unrestricted access
ArchiveGrid   (OCLC Research)
Primary resources may reside in any number of different special collections or archives worldwide. ArchiveGrid is a discovery service that provides information about the holdings of those special collections, helping to unearth historical documents, personal papers, family histories and more owned by libraries, museums, and historical societies around the globe. ArchiveGrid can be searched by keyword, topic, or archive location. Though resources may not be full-text online, ArchiveGrid supplies a link to contact information for each collection to help researchers quickly discover essential information about the archive/special collection related to obtaining access, visiting, etc.
Note: Unrestricted access