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NewsBank provides access to tens of millions of articles and video clips from local (Orlando Sentinel, El Sentinel), state, regional, national and international newspapers and other news sources. NewsBank's full-text, fully searchable databases are consistently updated with the current content you require to research issues and events. NewsBank resources also include years of archives, enabling you to research subjects from the past and track trends or developments from their origins.
This award-winning database examines the iconic personalities and moments that marked each ten-year period and defined each decade in North America during the twentieth century. It covers events, movements, people, and trends in popular culture, literature, art, sports, science, technology, economics, and politics in both the United States and Canada. Database search features quick and advanced levels with search limiters; and browse categories including subject, geographical locations, and an alphabetical list of notable men and women. Users may create an account that allows saving searches, articles and citations.
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Gale in Context: Biography has more than 600,000 biographies of notable people from yesterday to today. Get authoritative at-a-glance or in-depth information. Come face-to-face with your subject through video, audio clips, podcasts, images and other multimedia resources. This database includes tools to download, print and share content online; and citation help. All content is effectively organized by type –reference, news, primary sources, magazines, academic journals, multimedia and more-with easy search and browse options. If you “need a life” Biography in Context is the research tool to use!
Books & Authors brings ease, authority and fun to the question of "what do I read next?" This resource can also be used to enhance the experience of the book you are reading; dig deeper into its themes and origins; or learn how the author's life and times contributed to the work.
The Christian Science Monitor is a highly regarded and award-winning independent international news organization that delivers thoughtful global and U.S. news. Known for its nonpartisan views and analytical reporting style, the publication provides in-depth coverage of key issues and events across the nation, and around the world. In most cases, full text articles from 1980 to current.
This series focuses on an author's entire body of work, providing literary criticism and biographical information. Authors included are: William Faulkner, Zora Neale Hurston, Barbara Kingsolver, Cormac McCarthy, Alice Walker, and Tennessee Williams.
Essays covering themes and concepts of graphic novels, including genres, time periods, foreign language traditions, social relevance, and craftsmanship such as penciling and inking.
In-depth insight for over 215 of the most popular and studied graphic novels. Researchers will be familiar with the characters and stories included in this collection, yet will gain a deeper understanding, as the literary nature of the stories is presented in critical format by leading writers in the field.
In-depth insight for over 55 of the most popular manga graphic novels, ranging from metaseries to stand-alone books; focusing on translated works that have been particularly influential in the development of the manga tradition.
Gain access to an unprecedented wealth of current and comprehensive information on grant makers and their grants. This database searches: 100,000+ foundations, corporate giving programs, and grant making public U.S. charities; more than 4,000 sponsoring companies, offering a quick pathway to corporate funders; over 2.4 million recently awarded grants; 700,000+ recently filed IRS Forms 990 and 990-PF.
This database contains a complete listing (nearly 10,000) of foundations that give grants to individuals. It describes giving for a variety of purposes, including arts and cultural projects, general welfare, scholarships, student loans, fellowships, program development, internships, professorships, research, as well as awards and grants by nomination only. It may be used as both a grant seeker’s guide and a reference tool for those interested in foundation giving.
Perfect for students and literary researchers, Gale Literary Sources allows you to discover literary connections with a traditional search as well as a visual search, bringing new insights to literature study.
Find Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech or poetry by Issa Kobayashi of Japan. Spanning history and geography, LitFinder delivers an extensive, ever-growing selection of full-text online poems, short stories, essays, speeches and plays. These works represent more than 80,000 authors, 660 nationalities and virtually every time period. Extra features include a glossary of poetry terms, dictionary search, hundreds of explanations on the most-studied contemporary poems and stories, and author biographies and illustrations. This research tool is suitable for students, book clubs and general readers.
ProQuest’s National Newspapers Core offers the most read and respected papers in the United States including associated magazines. Search all the newspapers to quickly find local, regional, and national news. Choose a tab to search only obituaries or to search a specific newspaper. Advanced search capabilities are available. Use the “Narrow results by” menu to further tailor your search results. Articles can be printed or e-mailed. Citation information is provided and can be exported or saved as a file. The newspapers include:
The Christian Science Monitor (1980-present) gives balanced, objective reporting from the most respected field journalists in the industry.
Los Angeles Times (1985-present) offers a perspective of the American West, lauded for its coverage of immigration, entertainment, and environmental issues.
New York Times (June 1, 1980-present) is the paper of record in the U.S., best known for its analysis of news, issues, and social changes.
New York Times Book Review (Jan 19, 1997-present) is a weekly magazine that provides reviews of newly released titles, author interviews and news of the book world. Best seller lists for fiction, non-fiction and paperbacks are available.
New York Times Magazine (Jan 5, 1997-present) a Sunday magazine featuring a wide range of articles on politics, arts, popular culture, science and other topics.
Wall Street Journal, Eastern edition (1984-present) is the single most authoritative source of global and national business and economic reporting.
Wall Street Journal (Online) (Jan 8, 2010 – present) is the electronic version of the most trusted source of business and financial news.
The Washington Post (1987-present) offers ‘Inside the Beltway’ coverage of politics and highly respected investigative journalism.
WSJ: the Magazine from the Wall Street Journal (June 2011-Apr 2013) is the Wall Street Journal’s monthly luxury lifestyle publication. Find coverage of the latest in fashion, design, travel, food and culture.