Find biographical information on people throughout history, from around the world, and across all disciplines and subject areas. Information comes from a number of reference resources and journals. (Gale)
Biological Abstracts indexes the life sciences and biomedical research information. It provides "abstracts," not full-text. Any full-text that appears is because that article was available through another library database. Note: Indexed content is limited to 1998 through June 2019. (EBSCO)
This is the free version of BioOne, a database of biological, ecological, and environmental sciences. It is set to search ONLY the "open access" articles. Under "Refine By," use the "Search within" box to add your search terms. This will find FREE articles.
The premier business database. Covers: management, economics, finance, accounting, international business, etc. Provides full-text articles and ebooks. (EBSCO) Alternate Access: Instead of using the Enhanced Business Searching Interface, you can also search Business Source Complete using the Standard EBSCOhost Interface.
Citing legal resources can be difficult. Although not identical to The Bluebook, this resource will help you understand how to cite legal citations correctly. From the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis provides a wide range of economic information under the headings: National, Industry, International, and Regional (state and local); plus access to the monthly journal Survey of Current Business.
Go to: Survey of Current Business. You can browse each issue, or look for major articles grouped under the headings: National, Industry, International, and Regional (state and local).