Art and Architecture
(1984-present; much full-text; RefWorks
), formerly Art Abstracts, indexes and abstracts over 600 art journals, over 13,000 art dissertations, over 200,000 art reproductions, as well as yearbooks and museum bulletins. It covers
fine, decorative, commercial, and folk art, as well as photography, film, architecture, art history, emerging artists, art styles, and art movements. To find art images limit your search to Full Text and the Document Type, Art Reproduction.
It is produced by H.W. Wilson Company and the user interface
is provided by EBSCO.
Index Retrospective (1929-1984; some full-text; RefWorks
help; tutorials; XLinks), compliments Art Full Text and indexes over 600 art journals and over 25,000 book reviews. It covers
fine, decorative, and commercial art. It is produced by H.W. Wilson Company and the user interface
is provided by EBSCO.
and Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI)
(1980-present; updated weekly;
some full-text; RefWorks help
; citation alerts
; saving searches & creating alerts
; journal titles
) is one of the citation databases included in Web of Knowledge. Click Web of Science
and then change Current Limits
to search this database separately. It provides
current and retrospective bibliographic information and cited references for over 1,130 arts and humanities journals plus individually
selected, relevant items from about 7,000 science and social sciences journals.
It covers archaeology, architecture, art, asian studies, classics, dance, film,
folklore, history, language, linguistics, literary reviews, literature, music,
philosophy, poetry, radio, religion, television and theater. Click Sign In
to save searches and receive search history and citation alerts. It is produced by
and the user interface is provided by Thomson Reuters.
of the History of Art
(1990-2007) includes the Bibliography of the History of Art/Bibliographie d'histoire de l'art with abstracts and subject terms in French or English, as well as the International Bibliography of the History of Art (limited to 2008-2009). Forthcoming is the Repertoire de la litterature de l'art (1975-1989). These databases are freely provided by the Getty Research Institute.
(Using this resource
; all full-text; XLinks
) is a cross-searchable database of more than
125 quick reference dictionaries and 189 in-depth encyclopedias. It covers general reference
as well as specific subject categories: archaeology, art and architecture, bilingual dictionaries, classical studies, encyclopedias, English dictionaries and thesauri, history, language reference, law, linguistics, literature, media studies, medicine and health, music, names studies, performing arts, philosophy, quotations,
religion, science and technology, social sciences, and society and culture. All subject categories can be searched separately. Reference types include overview pages, subject reference, timelines, quotations, English dictionaries, and bilingual dictionaries. It is published by and the user interface
is provided by Oxford University Press. This subscription is limited to 5 simultaneous users.
No reader is required to use these electronic books. The best way to find ebooks is in the XPLORE Library Catalog
. Just look for the ebook icon:
Medieval Bibliography (IMB)
indexes articles on medieval subjects in journals, Festschriften,
conference proceedings, and collected essays. It covers all aspects of
medieval studies within the period 450 to 1500 for Europe, the Middle
East and North Africa. Users can search by date, subject and
location. It is produced by the International Medieval Institute (University of Leeds, UK) and the user interface in provided by Breoplis.
Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages
(Covers 400-1700; Updated daily) is a bibliography of approximately 230,000 articles and reviews drawn from over 400 medieval and renaissance journal titles of great use to scholars interested in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. More than 60,000 new records are added annually. Iter is compiled by Arizona State University, University of Toronto, Renaissance Society of America, Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, Institute for Research in Classical Philosophy and Science, International Society of Anglo-Saxonists, Medieval Academy of America, and International Society for the Study of Greek and Roman Music and its Cultural Heritage (MOISA). The user interface is provided by the University of Toronto Libraries.
Electronic Journal Collections
(about 1995-present; updates dependent upon publisher;
all full-text; RefWorks help
; saving searches
) is a multidisciplinary
collection of about 5,000 journals published by Academic Press, American Chemical
Society, American Institute of Physics, American Physical Society, American Psychological
Association (PsycARTICLES), Association of Computing Machinery, Berkeley Electronic
Press, BioOne, Blackwell, Cambridge University Press, Elsevier, Emerald (MCB University
Press), Ingenta, Institute of Physics, Kluwer, Lawrence Erlbaum, Optical Society
of America, Oxford University Press, Project MUSE, Royal Society of Chemistry,
Springer-Verlag, Thieme and Wiley. Scholars can be notified
about new relevant articles according to subject, author or journal
title. It is compiled by and the user interface is provided by OhioLINK.
(1st issue of 1st volume to 3 years from present; all full-text; Video tutorial
; Handout tutorial
; RefWorks help
) provides online
access to back issues of selected scholarly journals in a variety of academic
disciplines including the arts, business, demographic studies, humanities, social sciences,
and science. The multidisciplinary arts & sciences collection was updated in June 2009 with an additional 120 titles
, bringing the total number of journals in this collection to 749. JSTOR also includes 8,200 19th Century British pamphlets. It is produced by and the user interface is provided by JSTOR, a not-for-profit organization that serves
and is supported by the scholarly community. NOTE:
journal content published prior to 1923 in the US and prior to 1870 elsewhere is freely available to the public for reading and downloading (nearly 500.000 articles from more than 200 journals).