An index to nearly 300 alternative, radical, and left publications, which report and analyze the practices and theories of cultural, economic, political, and social change. Most of these publications are not indexed elsewhere.
Reports on national environmental, energy and natural resources issues as they are addressed by the White House, federal agencies, courts, states and major media across the country. Users can sign up for daily email alerts of important news stories.
Subject index and abstract of journals and books, dissertations, and working papers. Topics include economic theory and history, monetary theory and financial institutions, labor economics, international, regional and urban economics. An expanded version of the Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) indexes of journals, books and dissertations, EconLit covers both economic theory and application.
The ERIC (Educational Resources Information Center) database is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education to provide extensive access to educational-related literature. This version of ERIC allows you to limit results to peer-reviewed journal articles. The ERIC database corresponds to two printed journals: Resources in Education (RIE) and Current Index to Journals in Education (CIJE). Both journals provide access to some 14,000 documents and over 20,000 journal articles per year.
Indexes and abstracts federal statistical publications since 1974, business and state government publications since 1980, and international agency publications since 1983. Provides links to full text of 15% of federal publications.
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Indexes reports on government sponsored R&D from selected federal agencies (e.g. Department of Energy, EPA), their contractors, and their grantees (e.g. U of M).
Combined access to Chemical Abstracts CAPlus, Registry, CASREACT, CHEMLIST, CHEMCAT databases and Medline. Search by chemical structure or substructure, reaction, name, formula, etc., or by natural language query. Database use requires the creation of an individual user account for current U-M affiliates (see instructions in guide). For general public walk-in use, contact the Chemistry Librarian.