Each edition supersedes the previous one. For various nationalities data is provided in the following categories: Geography; People; Government; Economy; Communications; Transportation; Military and Transnational Issues.
Search or browse for data, create tables and download. Areas of coverage include agriculture, education, energy, industry, labor, national accounts, population, tourism and trade. Includes Millennium Development Goals indicators, and UN Key Global Indicators. Sources include UN Statistics Division, UN Population Division, Food and Agriculture Organization, International Labour Organization, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, World Tourism Organization, UNESCO.
The data from WDI Online cover national economies, population, natural resources, financial matters, environmental variables, and much more, from 1960 to date. You can also export the data in formats such as Excel, and while in the database, perform such functions as view by percentage change and even chart the figures.
OECDiLibrary eBooks cover a variety of economic and social issues including: agriculture and food; development; education and skills; emerging economies; employment; energy; environment and sustainable development; finance and investment; general economics and future studies; governance; industry services and trade; national accounts; nuclear energy; science and information technology; social issues, migration, health; statistics sources and methods; taxation; transition economies; transport; urban, rural and regional development. Statistical databases cover: Agriculture and Food, Bank Profitability; Economic Outlook; Education Statistics; Employment; Globalization; Health Data; ITCS International Trade by Commodity; Indicators for Industry and Services; Institutional Investors; Insurance; International Development; International Direct Investment; International Migration; International Trade and Competitiveness; Main Economic Indicators; Monthly International Trade; National Accounts; Revenue; STAN Industry Structural Analysis; Science and Technology; Services; Social Expenditure; Statistical Compendium; Structural and Demographic Business Statistics; Taxing Wages; Telecommunications.
The HSDL collection provides quick access to important U.S. policy documents, presidential directives, and national strategy documents as well as specialized resources such as theses and reports from various universities, organizations and local and state agencies.
The resources are reviewed and selected by a team of homeland security researchers and organized in a unique homeland security taxonomy. The HSDL collection is accessible using full-text searching and browsing with Advanced Search and Browse by topics based on a unique homeland security taxonomy. In addition, one can filter results by topic, geographic region or event.
ProQuest Congressional is a web-based service that provides indexing, abstracts, and some full-text of publications from and about the United States Congress.
The United States Congressional Serial Set, simply called the Serial Set, is labeled Historical Full-Text in ProQuest Congressional. Historical Full-Text will include the American State Papers, House and Senate Reports, House and Senate Documents, selected Executive Branch documents, other documents that Congress ordered printed, as well as all maps, illustrations, photos, and lithographs found within the printed Serial Set. Monthly updates are provided and full coverage from 1789-1969 will be available by the end of December 2005.
The CIS Index, 1970 to present, indexes congressional information including committee hearings, reports and prints, legislative histories, and other material. Congressional Indexes, 1789-1969, does the same for earlier material.
ProQuest Congressional also offers full-text of congressional bills, testimony, reports, documents, selected prints, and the Congressional Record for recent years, as well as the U.S. Code, the Federal Register, and the Code of Federal Regulations. It also covers a wide variety of additional congressional information, including member biographical and committee assignment information, voting records, and financial data.
Full-text items not available online, as well as other government information, can normally be found by coming to the Reference Desk in Davis Library, which is a regional Depository for United States Government Documents.
The resource now includes 40 collections consisting of over 94,000 meticulously indexed documents of important primary source materials relative to U.S. foreign policy since 1945. The collections cover a variety of countries including but not limited to Afghanistan, Chile, China, Columbia, Iraq, Japan, Korea, Peru, and South Africa as well as material on special topics such as the Berlin crisis, the Iran-Contra Affair, Terrorism and U.S. Policy, military weapons, United States intelligence, and military use of space. The material varies from presidential memos to secret letters and from diplomatic dispatches to email, accompanied by reference and secondary material. (taken in part from vendor website)
Designed to offer current news pertaining to all branches of the military, the Military & Government Collection offers a thorough assortment of periodicals, academic journals, and other content pertinent to the increasing needs of those sites. The Military & Government Collection provides cover-to-cover full text for nearly 300 journals and periodicals. The database also includes full text for 245 pamphlets and offers indexing and abstracts for nearly 400 titles. Some publications covered in this database include Air Force Controller, Army Reserve Magazine, Defense Studies, Global Security Review, Joint Force Quarterly, Military Technology, National Review, Defense, Combat Edge, FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, Foreign Affairs, Military Technology, Naval Forces, and many more. Many full text titles are available in native (searchable) PDF, or scanned-in-color.
Articles from topics across all government and military branches, including international relations, political science, criminology, defense, aeronautics and space flight, communications, civil engineering, and more.