The Graduate Center has a trial through December 30 to Conference Proceedings Citation Index, indexing conference proceedings in the humanities, sciences, and social sciences from 1990 to the present. The humanities-social sciences component and the sciences component may be searched separately, together, or in conjuction with the arts and humanities, science, and social science citation . . . → Read More: Conference Proceedings Citation Index
As of November 4, the Graduate Center subscribes to Oxford Journals Online, providing the text of more than 200 Oxford University Press journals from 1996 to the present. Use the database’s advanced search function to search by author, article titles, or journal or by year. Although content prior to 1996 may be searched, the Graduate . . . → Read More: Oxford Journals Online
The Graduate Center has a trial of SAGE Research Methods Online through December 31. This resource for exploring methods of social science research includes books, articles, and videos.
As of July 14, the Graduate Center subscribes to the online versions of the 2010 editions of Gale’s Research Centers Directory and Statistics Sources. Each entry in Research Centers Directory includes address, phone number, e-mail address, URL, description, size of staff, publications, scholarships, awards, etc. Statistics Sources is a guide to current sources of factual . . . → Read More: Research Centers Directory and Statistics Sources
COS Funding Opportunities contains internships, grants, and fellowships offered in all subject areas. Browse or search in basic and advanced mode by topic, funding source, deadline, and location. Set up alerts about new opportunities; view brief online tutorials.
Effective August 16, 2008, the Eighteenth-Century Reading Room will be closed to the public and the collection will be returned to its owner, Charles Tanenbaum, shortly thereafter. The Eighteenth-Century Reading Room blog (http://18thcenturyreadingroom.wordpress.com/) will remain accessible but there are no plans to update it at this time. Information about the Speaker Series will be posted . . . → Read More: 18th Century Reading Room Closing
As of April 16, the Graduate Center subscribes to 19th Century Masterfile, offering citations to over eight million articles, books, and other documents published before 1925. Also known as Poole’s Plus, after the nineteenth-century periodical index, the database includes links to text from JSTOR, when available.
The Graduate Center subscribes to Humanities Interational Complete, which includes the full text of 814 journals and indexes over 2,000 periodicals, books, and reference sources.
The Mina Rees Library is pleased to announce that we now have a full subscription to the ISI Web of Science database. Previously we had only subscribed to the Social Sciences Citation Index portion of the database. Now we have a full subscription that includes the Arts and Humanities Citation Index and the Science Citation . . . → Read More: Expanded Web of Science Subscription
All of CUNY subscribes to Infoshare, a demographic database created at Queens College and providing New York City data from city, state, and federal sources, as well as some national statistics. Planning to improve this resource, its developers have made a brief online survey available. They are especially interested in hearing from those seeking health-related . . . → Read More: Infoshare Online User Survey