DART - Europe E-Theses Portal is the site of the European Working Group of the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD). The resource includes over one hundred thousand doctoral theses from fourteen European countries.
The DLI provides faculty, staff, and student associated with Canadian academic institutions with affordable access to Statistics Canada databases for teaching and research. If you need access to data that is available through the Data Liberation Intiative, please contact Doug Kariel.
Alan V. Deardorff, Professor of Economics and Public Policy at University of Michigan, is responsible for this glossary. It includes definitions, links to definitions and, where appropriate, links to additional information. Bibliographic information as well as origins of concepts and terms enhance the value of the glossary.
This database contains primary documents, the majority of which are available for the first time in digital form. Documents include ephemera, diaries, periodicals, letters, and poetry, among other things, and have been fully indexed to allow easy access to the content.
Der Neue Pauly is the original publication of Brill's New Pauly in it's German form. Brill's New Pauly is an encyclopaedia of the ancient world. It is intended as an aid for the study of Greek and Roman culture and its multifaceted presence in all periods of European and, since the Early Modern period, world history.
desLibris is a collection of digital books and public documents from Canadian publishers which are licensed for library use. desLibris contains over 20,000 books from more than one hundred publishers. Public documents in desLibris are "harvested" from the websites of Canadian public policy institutes, government agencies, advocacy groups, think-tanks, university research centres and other public interest groups. There are over 40,000 titles in the current combined collection to date, and desLibris provides 300-400 new current titles every month. New documents are added to the collection on at least a weekly basis, with key titles in the news appearing daily.
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The ARTFL Project (University of Chicago) provides access to the third edition (1552) of Dictionarium latinogallicum, a Latin-French dictionary by Robert Estienne, "the father of modern Classical Latin and French lexicography" .
The fully searchable online version of the Dictionary of Canadian Biography provides biographical sketches of significant figures in Canadian history who died between the years 1000 and 1920.
Access a comprehensive resource for terminology relating to the field of conflict resolution. Made available through xreferplus.
This dictionary has compiled entries regarding historical events and personalities from Western religion and culture dating from Late Antiquity to the present.
This dictionary provides basic vocabulary used in British, European and American law. Coverage includes criminal, civil, commercial and international law. Examples are given to show terminology used in context. Made available through xreferplus.
This dictionary and compendium of American and English jurisprudence, is based on a work originally compiled and written by William C. Anderson and published by T. H. Flood and Company in Chicago, 1893. This is an ongoing project dedicated to the idea that “in order to understand past and present Law, you must first understand the British and American definitions of words used and based in common law prior to 1900”.
The ARTFL Project (University of Chicago) provides access to Pierre Bayle's Dictionnaire Historique et Critique, a rival encyclopedia to Louis Moréri’s Le Grand dictionnaire. “The Bayle Dictionnaire has been called the ‘Arsenal of the Enlightenment’, pillaged and re-edited throughout the eighteenth century by believers and sceptics alike who gathered ammunition for philosophical argument in the work's recondite notes. In addition to the eight French editions in fifty years, the Dictionnaire was translated into English (two versions, 1709, 1734-1741) and German (1741-1744).”
This is a collection of French dictionaries compiled by the ARTFL Project (University of Chicago) which provides access to search four French dictionaries at once: Thresor de la langue françoyse, tant ancienne que moderne, Dictionaire critique de la langue française, Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française, and Dictionnaire de la langue française.
The AU Digital Thesis and Project Room (DTPR) is designed to provide researchers access to scholarly works, and to increase the availability of AU student research. Graduate student theses (2010 and earlier )and projects housed in this repository will contribute to worldwide graduate education, helping researchers--wherever they are located--to access AU resources and knowledge.
For theses and dissertations from January 2011, visit the DTheses site
A large collection of open access books in subjects from agriculture to philosophy.
This directory provides a searchable, browseable listing of freely accessible online scientific and scholarly journals in a wide range of disciplines.
OpenDOAR allows you to search for academic open access repositories, and within these repositories.
This database provides access to articles in a variety of subject areas, including literature, history, culture, geography, business, and global studies.
Note: This database was formerly named InfoTrac Diversity Studies Collection.
site is a joint initiative between the Faculty of Graduate Studies
and the AU Library
to enable graduate students to submit their thesis or dissertation electronically to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and the Library. The Dthesis repository is dedicated to collecting, storing, preserving, and making accessible digital versions of the theses and dissertations produced by AU graduate students
Canadian lawyer Lloyd Duhaime has researched and written this dictionary. The focus is on defining legal terminology in plain language.