This database is an open access archive where authors have deposited their research for wider dissemination and preservation. It includes resources across a variety of disciplines, including the sciences, medicine, and the humanities and social sciences.
This handbook is a collection of materials dealing with technological literacy at the K-12 Level.
HathiTrust is a partnership
of academic & research institutions, offering a collection of millions of titles digitized from libraries around the world.
Athabasca University no longer subscribes to this database. We suggest that you use Health Reference Center Academic for your research or other resources in the Nursing and Health Studies area. The link will take you to the listing of the resources in this area.
This is a portal for Statistics Canada health information. There are links to various surveys, statistical tools, and information about the health of Canadians. Some of the actual data is only be available to AU students, faculty and staff. The descriptions and general information is available to anyone.
This profile features health region data from a number of sources including Statistics Canada's health surveys, administrative data, and the census of population. The application is designed to give quick access to the latest health-related data available for a selected health region, providing the corresponding provincial data by default, but users can easily select any region of choice for comparison.
Search for journal articles covering topics such as fitness, pregnancy, medicine, nutrition, diseases, public health, occupational health & safety, alcohol and drug abuse, HMOs, prescription drugs, etc.
This full-text database offers a trusted source of nursing and allied health literature. Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition covers an array of relevant topics, including pediatric nursing, critical care, mental health, nursing management, medical law and many more.
This product presents comparable time-series data for a range of health indicators from a number of sources including the Canadian Community Health Survey, Vital Statistics, and Canadian Cancer Registry. The application is designed to give quick access to recent trends that can be customized by indicator or by geography.
HeinOnline contains a vast amount of information covering England and the United States. The legal classic section covers legal history on a variety of topics from ancient to modern times. A large number of law journals from Canada and other countries can also be accessed from this site. Legal researchers will find information on international treaties as well as information on patents. This database now includes the new Slavery in America and the World: History, Culture & Law collection.
Access more than two million freely available articles in the sciences from this site.
Hindawi is a rapidly growing academic publisher with 436 peer-reviewed, open access journals covering a wide range of academic disciplines.
Access a collection of American and world historical maps from the University of Alabama.
Use this database to locate brief information on 40,000 companies. Includes company location, summary financials, top competitors, top officers, etc. Use the title or company field to search company names.
Search this full text database to find articles on advertising, business and industry, media relations, and economics, as they pertain to tourism, hospitality and leisure activities.
This database provides access to British parliamentary papers published from as far back as 1801. These papers provide a detailed history of Britain and British colonies and are available in full text.
Note: This databases is now called ProQuest U.K. Parliamentary Papers.
This databases provides citations and abstracts for materials related to the human resources field, including human resources management, employee assistance and organizational behavior.
This database provides access to scholarly peer reviewed materials in the Humanities, including music, literature, art, history and criticism.
The Humanities Text Initiative, a unit of the University of Michigan's Digital Library Production Service, collaborates with other U of M units and partners with other institutions to convert, create and deliver online texts and resources. You can access a number of freely available collections on the site.