Provides full-text access to primary source documents in American social history. Contains over 1 million pages of text and images, as well as a large collection of digitized books and journals written from 1850 to 1877.
Provides FTP access to shareware and public domain software for teaching math on the college level. Also provides information and software for people interested in math as well as links to secondary school software. Includes considerable information on software.
Covers journal articles, book reviews, and essays in books about women, sexuality, and gender during the Middle Ages. Over 300 journals are indexed and, over 1800 records and primary sources are identified.
The purpose of the MuSICA database is to foster interdisciplinary knowledge. The MuSICA database includes thousands of citations/abstracts of research publications concerning research on music as related to behavior, the brain and allied fields. Topics included: the auditory system; human and animal behavior; creativity; the human brain and theneuropsychology of music; the effects of music on behavior and physiology; music education; medicine, performance, and therapy; neurobiology; perception; and psychophysics.