A bibliographic essay which reviews important sources for the history, literature, political life, and other aspects of Canadian studies. Includes links to a wide variety important Internet resources. Frequently updated.
The search interface for electronic journals and books from Cambridge University Press. The Hekman Library began subscribing to Cambridge electronic books in early 2011, so the number of accessible books will be small for the first few years.
Easy to use and up-to-date, "this database offers constitutions,
charters, amendments, and other related documents. Nations of the world
are linked to their constitutional text posted somewhere on the
The Community Research Institute gathers, analyzes, interprets, and shares national
and local West Michigan data through partnerships with nonprofit and
neighborhood groups in an effort to assist local and
regional nonprofit leaders with decision making, grant
writing, and program evaluation.
A biographical guide featuring performers, directors, writers, producers, designers, managers, choreographers, technicians, composers, executives, dancers, and critics in the United States and Great Britain.
Provides access to evaluations, tests, alerts, warnings, and recalls of specific products, services, and facilities as well as abstracts of articles on all aspects of consumerism and consumer protection.
A multi-volume work divided into regions of the world. Volume VI, for example, is devoted to Africa and the Middle East. Each volume is organized by country, and the history of music-making within that country is described and famous musicians profiled. Articles are followed by bibliographies and discographies.
CONELRAD is the creation of writers who grew up in the shadow of the BOMB and all its attendant pop culture fallout. The website offers numerous short subject educational motion pictures dealing with the Cold War that were produced for civilian and government audiences.
The Chicago Manual of Style Online 16th continues the Manual’s tradition as an authority for generations of readers seeking answers to all things related not only to the written word, but also to the myriad and evolving ways in which words and ideas are shared and published.
This accessible one-volume encyclopedia is organized into eleven sections, representing major themes in language study, such as popular ideas about language, the structure of language, and child language acquisition.
Volume 1 contains 40 selections from texts written between the fifth century B.C. and the first century A.D., during which the classical Chinese language was fully developed and standardized. Volume 2 contains a detailed glossary of unfamiliar terms and names found in Volume 1, and Volume 3 features detailed grammatical analyses.
Authoritative multi-volume history of the political, economic, social, intellectual, and cultural history of Latin America, with an emphasis on the period since the establishment of independent states. Each chapter has a bibliographic essay (found at the end of each volume).
A comprehensive guide explains the origins and development of U.S. elections at the federal and state levels, covering: Elections in America, Political Parties, Presidential Elections, Congressional Elections, and Gubernatorial Elections. Includes six candidate indexes and a general index.
A resource with terms integral to the profession, practice, and science of audiology. Concise, current, and accessible, it contains useful illustrations and tables to enrich the definitions. Written by Brad A. Stach.
A 4-volume encyclopedia with 189 interpretive essays organized thematically. One can readily find specific topics through the cross-referencing and indexing, and find further resources through the bibliographies in each article.