E-resources by subject

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$subunit GEOBASE features international literature covering human and physical geography, ecology, geology, oceanography, geomechanics, and development studies. It includes references to journal articles, books, conference proceedings, and reports.

$subunit GeoRef and GeoScience World combines access to GeoRef, a database from the American Geosciences Institute that covers geoscience journal articles, books, maps, conference papers, reports and theses, as well as GeoScience World, a full text journal archive for earth science researchers and the geosciences industry.

$subunit$subunit Globe and Mail : Canada's Heritage from 1844 is a full-page archive of the Globe and Mail newspaper with coverage from 1844 - 2012

$subunit$subunit$subunit Google is an Internet search engine.

$subunit$subunit$subunit Google Book Search features previews and information about books. Click on "Find in a library" to check availability. Includes full-text access to some public domain E-Books.

$subunit$subunit Google Scholar uses the Google search engine to locate articles. By clicking on Scholar Preferences you can customize your searches. Under Library Links search for and select Education Centre Library to enable full-text linking via Get It! Your Bibliography Manager can be set to RefWorks to manage your citations. Off campus login is required to access Library subscriptions, but the general public may access Google Scholar as well.

$subunit$subunit GreenFILE includes scholarly, government and general interest content on climate change examining connections between a variety of disciplines and what can be done to minimize negative impacts.

$subunit$subunit GREENR (Global Reference on the Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources) provides access to environmental and sustainability studies from academic journals, news, video, statistics, primary source documents and case studies focused on the study of sustainability and the environment.

$subunit$subunit Health & Wellness Resource Center provides access to health and medical journals, videos, newsletters, newspapers, general interest magazines, and reference sources.

$subunit Health and Physical Education Curriculum Resources: Grades 1-12 (OPHEA) provides lesson plans, planning schedules, writable assessment tools and links to supplemental resources to support the Ontario Health and Physical Education Curriculum expectations.

$subunit$subunit Health Source - Consumer Edition provides full text access to consumer health magazines and reference sources. Includes access to Merriam-Webster's Medical Desk Dictionary.

$subunit$subunit Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition provides access to full text and abstracts of journals covering medicine, nursing, and allied health.

$subunit$subunit$subunit HighWire Press is a division of Stanford University Libraries that provides journal articles covering medicine, science, and technology.

$subunit Historical Abstracts provides coverage of world history (excluding Canada and the United States) from the 15th century to the present.

$subunit$subunit$subunit Hudson Bay Archives Microfilm Selected microfilm reels (digitized) from the Hudson Bay Archives

$subunit$subunit Humanities International Index provides cover-to-cover indexing and abstracts for journals, books and other important reference sources in the humanities from around the world.

$subunit IEEE Xplore includes full text published in IEEE journals, transactions, and magazines from 2005 to the present.

$subunit$subunit Infotrac Newsstand provides full text of national, international, and local newspapers, including the Toronto Star and Torstar newspapers.

$subunit Intelex Past Masters features full-text works of seminal figures in humanities and social sciences. It includes texts in their original language and English language translation.

$subunit Iter General link to Iter resources examining the Renaissance and Medieval periods in Europe (400 to 1700 AD).

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