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Site for finding and downloading 30,000 free and inexpensive fonts. Read each license carefully before downloading and using any font.

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A British tabloid paper, the Daily Mail has been popular with the masses since it was first published in 1896. By combining a low retail price with regular competitions and prize giveaways, it was the first British newspaper to sell a million copies a day The digital archive also contains the Atlantic Editions, printed on board the transatlantic cruise liners between 1923 and 1931.

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Daily Reports of the Gestapo Headquarters in Vienna 1938-1945 is a research database containing all 741 surviving reports outlining the mood, the political environment and security measures in Vienna and the surrounding region. Published, for the first time, the individual reports are published as first time facsimiles. The photo collection is compiled from the (once confidential) records department of the Gestapo in Vienna. User Interface: English and German; Language: German.

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Online access to current and past United States Food and Drug Administration-approved labels for prescription and over-the-counter drugs.

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Contains 500 dance productions and documentaries by the most influential performers and companies of the 20th century.

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Dance Online: Dance Studies Collection presents the historical context of 20th and 21st century dance through 150,000 pages of exclusive photographs, correspondence, magazines, dance notation, and reference material supporting informed performance, pedagogy, and scholarship in dance.

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A portal to access electronic theses and dissertations from European universities.

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Several atlases are available at this site that provide descriptions and statistics for the United States health care system. The reports are compiled by the Center for the Evaluative Clinical Sciences at Dartmouth Medical School.

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The Darwin Correspondence Project was founded in 1974. To date, the project has located a total of around 14,500 letters exchanged by Darwin and nearly 2000 correspondents around the world between 1821 and his death in 1882.

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Data repository run by the University of California. Find freely-available data sets for re-use, and deposit your own data set.

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Data Citation Index

The Data Citation Index, accessed through the Web of Science, provides a single point of access to quality research data from repositories across disciplines and around the world.

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Data-Planet (formerly ProQuest Statistical DataSets) is an interactive database that allows users to create tables, maps, and figures from a variety data sources covering banking, criminal justice, education,energy, food and agriculture, government, health, housing and construction,industry and commerce, labor and employment, natural resources and environment, income, cost of living, stocks, transportation, and more.

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Data-Planet is a very large dynamic repository with the ability to ingest massive amounts of statistical data combined with descriptive content and a robust suite of visualization, search, and analysis capabilities on a single platform.

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Data from the decennial Census and the American Community Survey about households, education, income, homeownership, business, and more.

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Search data collected under the HealthyPeople2010 initiative with 427 objectives. National data with some information available at the state level.

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Local gazetteers are regarded by scholars and historians in the China field as one of the most important primary sources for the study of history of Chinese economy, politics, culture, military, and science and technology. This database includes a large collection of post-1949 local gazetteers covering all regions of mainland China and various subject areas.
For off-campus access, please connect to the database via USC VPN client program (http://software.usc.edu)

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The Database of Latin Dictionaries is a project that has been in development for many years by the Centre ‘Traditio Litterarum Occidentalium’ (CTLO).

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Provides persistent identifiers (DOIs) and metadata for research data and a searchable database of full datasets, images, films, software, etc across all research areas. Good for finding raw datasets for analysis or obtaining a DOI for your own data.

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Limited to current Marshall students, faculty and staff with a MyMarshall ID and password. Contact the Gaughan & Tiberti Library for access.

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An open source web application to share, preserve, cite, explore, and analyze research data from all different disciplines. Allows individuals to set up their own data repository. Good for satisfying funder requirements for data management.

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DBpia

Provides full-text articles in about 6,000 scholarly journals published by 1,200 Korean academic societies and research centers/institutions.

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With each image chosen for its clarity, relevance and quality, this new online project brings together approximately 60,000 images of original manuscript and printed material, including a strong core of documents from the Bodleian Library, Oxford. This resource is provided by Adam Matthew.

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A video encyclopedia of dentistry and dental technique, delivering instant online access to hundreds of high-definition videos featuring world-renowned clinicians and educators. It provides hundreds of hours of demonstrations from American Dental Association-approved content partners, together with interviews and lectures, for students and faculty in dental surgery, medicine, oral hygiene, assisting, and nursing.

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This resource facilitates rapid, precise patent searching, letting users conduct patent and citation searches of inventions in chemical, electrical, electronic, and mechanical engineering.

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DETAIL inspiration

The DETAIL inspiration online databank gives users access to more than 5,500 DETAIL project documentations from more than 55 years of DETAIL. By using professional search functions and filter options to find key terms such as building type, material, construction year or the topic of an issue, DETAIL inspiration supports architects both in their quest for solutions and in their daily work. With every new issue of DETAIL, the databank expands by the current projects in question. Furthermore, the projects can be organized and saved as needed in personal watchlists.

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Search for approved United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) medical devices. Results include links to device summary information, manufacturer, approval date, user instructions, and other consumer information.

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Diagnosaurus

Allows searching of over 1000 differential diagnoses by symptoms, diseases and organ systems. Link from Diagnosaurus directly into other books within AccessMedicine.

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This is a virtual library of Spanish academic journals, hosted by the University de la Rioja in Spain.

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The Diaries of Joseph Goebbels Online include a transcription of all handwritten entries from the years 1923 to July 1941 and the subsequent dictations up until 1945.

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The Dictionary of Irish Biography includes the lives of 9,000 Irish men and women who made a significant contribution in Ireland and abroad, as well as those born overseas who had noteworthy careers in Ireland from James Ussher to James Joyce, St Patrick to Patrick Pearse, St Brigit to Maud Gonne MacBride, Shane O'Neil to Eamon de Valera, Edward Carson to Bobby Sands. It is a collaboration of Cambridge University Press and the Royal Irish Academy.

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The Dictionary of Old English (DOE) defines the vocabulary of the first six centuries (600-1150 A.D.) of the English language, using today's most advanced technology.

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This US government-maintained resource includes labels from common-used supplements showing ingredients and amounts. Search/browse by ingredient to find products in which it is contained. Find contact information for supplement manufacturers.

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The Digital Archaeological of the Holy Land (DAAHL) is an "international project that brings together experts in information technology includingGeographic Information Systems (GIS) and the archaeology of the Holy Land."

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The DARMC makes freely accessible the best available materials for a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) approach to mapping and spatial analysis of the Roman and medieval worlds. It allows innovative spatial and temporal analyses of all aspects of the civilizations of western Eurasia in the first 1500 years of our era, as well as the generation of original maps illustrating differing aspects of ancient and medieval civilization.

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Provides access to free, full-text scholarly articles from universities worldwide across all disciplines. Good for finding open access articles.

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Contains over 1,300 digital lectures presented by well-known scholars and specialists. It covers architecture, art, literature, cinema, culture, music and philosophy of Korea. By DongBang Media.

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Digital Dictionary of Buddhism is a collaborative Internet site developed by user contributions and maintained by a professor of the University of Tokyo.

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In the 19th century, Jacques-Paul Migne dramatically advanced theological scholarship by assembling a massive collection of Greek and Latin writings from the early Christian and medieval eras. The Digital Library of Classic Protestant Texts brings together an enormous collection of Christian texts from the Reformation and post-Reformation eras.

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The Digital Library of the Caribbean was established by a committee of librarians, scholars, and archivists at a meeting held in San Juan, Puerto Rico on July 17, 2004. The goal of dLOC is to build a cooperative digital library among partners within the Caribbean and circum-Caribbean, thus providing scholars, students, and citizens around the world with open on-line access to Caribbean cultural, historical and scientific materials.

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Emerging from the crises of schism, war, and plague, the Catholic Church entered the 16th century with an intensified awareness of the need for renewal. At all levels of the Catholic hierarchy, the call for reform in capite et in membris was being issued. And like their Protestant counterparts, Catholic authors took advantage of print technology to create a vast treasury of published documents—a legacy that to this day has been but selectively sampled and appreciated. Now, the documentary riches of this era are being made more accessible than ever, as we gather them into a single, full-text, fully searchable database, The Digital Library of the Catholic Reformation.

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