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IBISWorld provides reports for all of the 700+ industries in the United States as categorized by the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). IBISWorld research reports contain trends, statistics and analysis on market size, market share of competitors, and industry growth rates. Performance analysis includes emerging industry trends as well as recent production performance and 5-year forecasts.
Concurrent user limit: 15
Material cited in the Index Islamicus includes not only work written about the Middle East, but also about the other main Muslim areas of Asia and Africa, plus Muslim minorities elsewhere. Over 3,000 journals are monitored for inclusion in the database, together with conference proceedings, monographs, multi-authored works and book reviews. Journals and books are indexed down to the article and chapter level. (Updated annualy)
Concurrent user limit: 5
Note: New interface released July 2012. Details available here.
(Physics, Computing, Electronics, 1884-present). Covers all aspects of these subjects, in approximately 4,200 journals and 1,000 conferences as well as books, reports and dissertations. (Updated weekly)
Update (5/8/06): Now includes the Inspec Archive. Including over 800,000 records, the backfile covers the literature of physics, electrical engineering, and computing from 1884-1968. Corresponds to the print General Science Abstracts.
--European art from late antiquity to the present, American art from the colonial era to the present, and global art since 1945
--Visual arts in all media, plus decorative and applied arts, museum studies and conservation, archaeology and classical studies, antiques and architectural history, and related fields
--Scholarship from at least 500 core journals, plus detailed coverage of monographs, essay collections, conference proceedings and exhibition catalogues
--Very international coverage, with at least 60of records from non-English-language publications (principally German, French, Italian and Spanish)
Concurrent user limit: 3
Concurrent user limit: 3
The "International Medieval Institute", based at the University of Leeds, is responsible for producing the bibliography. A unique network of over 50 specialist contributors and teams throughout the world ensures regular coverage of periodicals and miscellanies published worldwide. They are supported by a distinguished international Editorial Board.
* 300,000 records of articles, review articles, scholarly notes and similar literature on all aspects of medieval studies
* a comprehensive cataloguing and indexing system, using familiar, multilingual terminology defined by professional medievalists for medievalists
* 120,000 index terms, classified into six types (subjects, persons, texts, places, manuscripts, etc.)
* worldwide network of fifty teams to ensure regular coverage of 4,500 periodicals and a total of over 5,000 miscellany volumes
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Online since 2003, IPA Source is the web's largest library of International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) transcriptions and literal translations of opera arias and art song texts. Now with over 7468 texts including 1311 aria texts!
IPA Source was developed to benefit singers, teachers, and all those interested in the correct and knowledgeable performance of vocal literature. What started in 2003 as a support site for students in a university diction class has grown into the largest collection of literal translations and International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) transcriptions on the web. The goal of IPA Source is to promote the comprehension and accurate pronunciation of foreign language texts in art song and opera in order that the singer may imbue each syllable with the appropriate emotional content.
iPOLL is the most comprehensive, up-to-date source for US nationwide public opinion available today. A full-text retrieval system, the iPOLL online database is organized at the question-level, providing the tools to sift through nearly a half million questions asked on national public opinion surveys since 1935 and updated daily. (Description taken from the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research)
The Roper Center requires users to provide an email address as part of a free registration process in order to access the database.
More than 1 million citations for secondary source material about the European Middle Ages and Renaissance, 400-1700.
The most comprehensive finding list available of previously uncatalogued or incompletely catalogued Renaissance humanistic manuscripts in libraries and collections all over the world.