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Resources Guide for Liberal Studies

Multi-disciplinary academic database including full-text for more than 2,000 journals. Covers virtually every area of study.

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Covers the history and culture of the United States and Canada from prehistoric times to the present, including topics in the social sciences and humanities. Materials indexed include journals articles, book reviews, media reviews, and dissertations. No full text in this database, although there are links to some articles in other Ebscohost resources.

Need something special? One of the electronic resources available through the University of Oklahoma Libraries may help. A list of full-text journal titles included in each one is also provided. You may need to log in to access the list.

Full-text online access to back issues (no content newer than 3-5 years old) of selected scholarly journals in history, economics, political science, demography, mathematics and other fields of the humanities and social sciences. Consult the online tables of contents for holdings, as coverage varies for each title.

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Link to OU-Tulsa's online catalog of locally-held books, journals, maps, and visual materials. Links to electronic materials available through the University Libraries in Norman.

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Access the world’s leading scholarly literature in the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities and examine proceedings of international conferences, symposia, seminars, colloquia, workshops, and conventions. No full text, but comprehensive coverage.

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An international, multi-disciplinary catalog of books, Internet resources, audio visual materials, manuscripts, maps, sound recordings and other materials held by over 20,000 OCLC libraries. It contains materials representing 400 languages.

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Vogt, 2nd ed. (1999) Gives readers of research in the social and behavioral sciences an easy-to-use reference work for statistical concepts and methodological terms. also enables people to be informed consumers and critical readers of research works that otherwise might be inaccessible to them. As always, every definition is “nontechnical.” This means that definitions are written in ordinary English whenever possible, and they contain no formulas.

Aims to make grammar accessible and comprehensible. Intended for those users whose exposure to English grammar has been primarily limited to prescriptive rules of what speakers should say and write with little or no consideration of the concerns and problems ESL/EFL learners face in learning and using English

Anderson (2005) Guides students in becoming their own critics, who look to punctuation and grammar to make their messages clear and interesting. When editing, correcting, and revising activities becomes as regular as breathing, writers become more independent.

An international daily newspaper covering general interest, politics, government, news, opinion and commentary

MIT's monthly general science magazine. Examines the human & social dimensions of science and technology. Topics on energy & environment, computers & biotech.