This multi-media database has 25 online textbooks which can be searched or browsed by curricular topic or organ system. Drug monographs treat names, generics, classes, and patient information. Case studies, lab tests, calculators, videos, and effectiveness statements are also available. NOTE: The "Print Chapter” option has been removed from AccessPharmacy. The "Print Section" option remains.
Credo contains 410 reference dictionaries and handbooks in all subject areas. You’ll find entries for words, concepts, phenomena, quotes, figures, formulae, or historical or cultural events. Subjects range broadly over the arts, humanities, sciences, social sciences, and foreign languages.
This is a great place to begin for research in humanities, social sciences, health, education, religion, business, biography, art, or law. GVRL has the multi-volume Dictionary of American History, Business Plans Handbook, and complete encyclopedias of Education, Sociology, Mental Health, Philosophy, Religion, Judaism and Catholicism.
This combines consumer health tools such as a drug finder, medical encyclopedia, dictionary, pamphlets, and information on alternative medicine with an article index. The articles come from both scholarly periodicals and consumer health magazines, 1,168 titles in all.
This encyclopedia presents a wide scope of articles on chemical substances—including their properties, manufacturing, and uses. It also focuses on industrial processes and unit operations in chemical engineering, as well as covering fundamentals and scientific subjects related to the field. Additionally, environmental and health issues concerning chemical technology are also addressed. In appreciation of a gift from the estate of Frances Amelia Josephine Laner, in memory of her parents John Daniel and Mary Magdalena Laner, for a collection in support of the sciences.