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Description:

Multi-disciplinary full-text database with more than 8,500 full-text periodicals, including more than 7,300 peer-reviewed journals. Indexes and abstracts more than 12,500 journals and a total of more than 13,200 publications including monographs, reports, and conference proceedings. Searchable cited references are provided for more than 1,400 journals.

Part of the KY Virtual Library database collection.

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Mobile Website Click here for mobile access

Mobile App Click here for the mobile app

You will need to use your UK linkblue email to receive the code required for this app.

Click the EBSCOhost iPhone and Android Applications link at the bottom of the page and enter an email address which you can access from your device. An email with an authentication key will be sent to you.

Access Information Resource is available on-campus or off-campus via EZProxy; Click the resource name to access it or here for off-campus instructions.

Vendor Name EBSCOhost

Coverage 1887 - present

Update Frquency daily

Special Usage Notes

Some of your search results will provide links to the full-text of the article cited (html and/or pdf). For citations that do not provide direct links, use UK Full-Text Options (more information). To see if we own a paper copy of the item, search the title via our online catalog, InfoKat; use the InfoKat link on the Get Text UK menu to have the item searched automatically by its ISSN. If we do not own the item in any format, and you are a UK-affiliate, you may request the item through ILLiad; use the Get Text @ UK menu and have the requested item's bibliographic information automatically entered into the ILLiad form.


Mac users please note: If you have trouble reading full-text PDFs, you can install a plug-in that will allow you to read the full-text. This resource, however, does NOT support Safari. The plug-in does work with FireFox, however.

Instructions for Installing the Schubert PDF Browser Plug-in on a Macintosh Computer:
1. Direct your web browser to <http://www.schubert-it.com/>.
2. Click on the Downloads Link at the top of the page.
3. Choose the appropriate PDF Browser Plug-in.
4. Install the plug-in in the Library/Internet Plug-ins Folder.
5. Restart your browser.

Research Guides Engineering, Family and Consumer Sciences, Political Science, Psychiatry, Public Health, Social Work, Telecommunications, Theatre, Transportation, Women's and Gender Studies

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Description:

Provides diagnostic and treatment information for a broad range of emergency cases; includes videos. Covers a broad spectrum of complaints encountered in the ED, ranging from obstetrical emergencies to orthopedic emergencies to poisoning to trauma. A library of images that includes common and uncommon clinical presentations and imaging studies of children and adults can be used to assist in diagnosis.

Please note: Restricted to two simultaneous users.

mobile phone image This resource is mobile-enabled

Mobile Website Click here for mobile access

In order to access this mobile version of the site, you must log in using a personal account name and password created at My AccessMedicine. If you have not created such an account, please visit the site on a non-mobile browser, select the "My AccessEM" tab, and follow the directions for the creation of a personal profile. Once complete, you may return to the mobile view and use that user name and password to access the site.

The AccessEmergency Medicine mobile view features a portion of the site’s content optimized for the size and speed constraints of mobile browsers. To that end, the following content is available in this view:

  • "Quick Topics" from Ma's Emergency Medicine Manual
  • Searchable topic cards for all textbook resources currently on the AEM site
  • Drug monographs.

Access Information Resource is available on-campus or off-campus via EZProxy; Click the resource name to access it or here for off-campus instructions.

Vendor Name McGraw-Hill Companies

Update Frquency Continuously

Special Usage Notes

Research Guides Family and Community Medicine, Internal Medicine, Mobile Device Resources--Med. Center Lib.,

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Description:

Archival collections from Library of Congress.  Browse and search.  Topics:  Advertising, African American History, Architecture/Landscape, Cities/Towns, Culture/Folklife, Environment/Conservation, Government/Law, Immigration/American Expansion, Literature, Maps, Native American History, Performing Arts/Music, Presidents, Religion, Sports/Recreation, Technology/Industry, War/Military, and Women's History.

Access Information Free resource - available to everyone on the Internet

Vendor Name Library of Congress

Special Usage Notes

Research Guides American Literature, 20th Century, History, U.S. Federal Government Research,

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Description:

Speech media resource that includes:

  • Online Speech Bank, an index to and growing database of 5000+ full-text, audio and video (streaming) versions of public speeches, sermons, legal proceedings, lectures, debates, interviews, other recorded media events, and a declaration or two. Several hundred links are arranged alphabetically by first name.
  • Rhetorical Figures in Sound, a compendium of 200+ brief audio (mp3) clips illustrating 37 different figures of speech. For each rhetorical device, definitions and examples, written and audio, are provided. Audio examples are taken from public speeches and sermons, movies, songs, lectures, oral interpretations of literature, and other media events. Some artifacts have been edited further to make the devices easier to detect.
  • Top 100 Speeches, index to and partial database of full-text transcriptions of the "100 most significant American political speeches of the 20th century," according to a list compiled by Professors Stephen E. Lucas and Martin J. Medhurst.

and a number of other resources of value and interest to students and scholars of rhetoric.

Access Information Free resource - available to everyone on the Internet

Vendor Name Michael E. Eidenmuller, University of Texas, Tyler

Special Usage Notes

Research Guides American Literature, 20th Century, Communication,

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Description:

Provides curated collections of art images and associated data for noncommercial and scholarly, non-profit educational use. Currently contains approximately 300,000 digital images and associated catalog data; the tools to make active use of those images; and a restricted environment that seeks to balance the interests and needs of users with those of content providers. Images can be used for teaching and research in art history, as well as - more broadly - in the humanities and other disciplines.

mobile phone image This resource is mobile-enabled

Mobile Website Click here for mobile access

ARTstor is now accessible to registered users and users who are on-site at their licensed institution on compatible mobile operating systems. The mobile site allows users to search, browse, and view previously created image groups.

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Enabled for these devices....

Access Information Resource is available on-campus or off-campus via EZProxy; Click the resource name to access it or here for off-campus instructions.

Vendor Name Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Special Usage Notes

Please note: For some users, mainly those on PCs, it will be necessary to install software such as 7Zip to unzip ARTstor downloads.

ARTstor offers tools that enable users to create personal folders and then share contents of those folders with other University users in a password-protected environment. The Offline Image Viewer, which is downloadable to the user's desktop, allows the import of ARTstor images as well as images from other sources to create a slideshow comparable to, but more functional than, a PowerPoint presentation.

ARTstor will interoperate with learning management systems like WebCT and Blackboard by allowing users to create stable URLs that permit linking from a learning management system or course website to ARTstor images or image groups.

To obtain full access to ARTstor, users should register and create individual logons by clicking in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. Instructors who want to create shared image folders should contact the Fine Arts Library (257-2800) or Design Library (257-4305) to receive the necessary authorization codes.

Please note: Pop-ups must be ENABLED when using ARTstor.

Research Guides Architecture and Design, Art, Interior Design,

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Description:

Provides curated collections of art images and associated data for noncommercial and scholarly, non-profit educational use. Currently contains approximately 300,000 digital images and associated catalog data; the tools to make active use of those images; and a restricted environment that seeks to balance the interests and needs of users with those of content providers. Images can be used for teaching and research in art history, as well as - more broadly - in the humanities and other disciplines.

mobile phone image This resource is mobile-enabled

Mobile Website Click here for mobile access

ARTstor is now accessible to registered users and users who are on-site at their licensed institution on compatible mobile operating systems. The mobile site allows users to search, browse, and view previously created image groups.

More information...

Enabled for these devices....

Access Information Resource is available on-campus or off-campus via EZProxy; Click the resource name to access it or here for off-campus instructions.

Vendor Name Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Special Usage Notes

Please note: For some users, mainly those on PCs, it will be necessary to install software such as 7Zip to unzip ARTstor downloads.

ARTstor offers tools that enable users to create personal folders and then share contents of those folders with other University users in a password-protected environment. The Offline Image Viewer, which is downloadable to the user's desktop, allows the import of ARTstor images as well as images from other sources to create a slideshow comparable to, but more functional than, a PowerPoint presentation.

ARTstor will interoperate with learning management systems like WebCT and Blackboard by allowing users to create stable URLs that permit linking from a learning management system or course website to ARTstor images or image groups.

To obtain full access to ARTstor, users should register and create individual logons by clicking in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. Instructors who want to create shared image folders should contact the Fine Arts Library (257-2800) or Design Library (257-4305) to receive the necessary authorization codes.

Please note: Pop-ups must be ENABLED when using ARTstor.

Research Guides Architecture and Design, Art, Interior Design,

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