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Provides information on virtually every licensed physician in the United States and its possessions, including doctors of medicine (MD) and doctors of osteopathy or osteopathic medicine (DO).
A searchable collection of data collected by the United States Census Bureau. View data by geographic location, or use the Guided Search, Advanced Search, or Download Center to find data tables for a particular topic, geographic location, population group, industry, or occupation.
A rich collection of primary source material relating to U.S. history and culture, compiled by the Library of Congress National Digital Library Program.
Provides full text of many of the human rights organization's recent publications, including annual reports back to 1993, country reports, and thematic reports.
A resource to find and preserve the papers and archives of the visual arts in America.
A comprehensive index of artists represented at hundreds of museum sites, image archives, and other online resources.
Provides biographical information on the more than 13,000 persons who have served in the United States Congress, including those who served in the Continental Congress.
Timeline of fashion history from the 18th to the 20th century, from Kent State University Museum.
Searches several online bookstores at once. Search for new, used, and/or out of print books, then connect to an individual online bookstores.
A free service that enables users to search across the valuable and diverse digital collections of Canada’s libraries, museums and archives.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is a federal agency that conducts and supports health promotion, prevention and preparedness activities in the United States, with the goal of improving overall public health.
Official directory of the U.S. Congress, includes short biographies of each member of the Senate and House, committee memberships, and terms of service.
Searchable collection of texts including the Italian text of the Divine Comedy and commentaries.
Database of Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) ancestors. Includes an index of unpublished genealogical materials collected by DAR members, such as bible and cemetery transcriptions.
A project by the MIT Media Lab that uses U.S. public data to visualize information and trends in demographics, economics, education, labor, health, and other areas.
This website is an extensive directory of links to online death indexes, listed by state and county. Included are death records, death certificate indexes, death notices and registers, obituaries, probate indexes, and cemetery and burial records.
Learn how to use the Dewey Decimal System. With simple step by step instructions and pictures.
The DPLA is a platform that brings together many collections of America’s libraries, archives, and museums, and makes them freely available to the world.
Offers free, full text, quality controlled, open-access scientific and scholarly journals in a variety of subjects and languages.
Or PAGES provides access to journal articles and peer-reviewed manuscripts that resulted from Department of Energy research funding.
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Energy statistics from the U.S. Government.
Find a Grave contains listings, images and some additional burial and biographical information from cemeteries in the United States and other countries.
Includes legal information, lawyer profiles, and overviews of legal topics.
Search the full-text of scanned books and read selections of digitized texts. Full-text and downloads available for items with no copyright restrictions.
Search for scholarly articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites.
The world's most popular and authoritative source for Movie, TV, and celebrity content.
Access to electronic resources in medieval studies worldwide.
The catalog of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Allows users to search about specific conditions using dictionaries, MEDLINE, PUBMED and other resources.
NASA is a US government agency that is responsible for science and technology related to air and space.
It contains an online map maker, dynamic maps, printable maps, articles, free GIS data, and additional resources for geographic information about the United States.
Through Humanities to Go, nonprofit organizations and community groups can offer free, high-quality cultural programs to the public at minimal cost to the host.
Search the Nobel e-Museum for information about the prize and past winners.
Information on hundreds of different types of jobs and training or education needed.
Open Access Peer Reviewed Online Scientific journals.
Searchable full text and bibliographic patent databases from the US Patent and Trademark Office, which covers the period from 1 January 1976 to the most recent weekly issue date.
Online version of the PDR® (The Physicians Desk Reference), the most recognized drug information reference available in the U.S.
Search a collection of open access dissertations and theses by title, author, institution, and keyword.
PubMed comprises more than 19 million citations for biomedical articles from MEDLINE and life science journals.
A gateway to government science information and research results.
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy organizes scholars from around the world in philosophy and related disciplines to create and maintain an up-to-date reference work.
Access the IRS website for access to tax forms and instructions.
Data tools, maps, publications, and news relating to the United States Census. Topics include education, employment, health, housing, income and poverty, population statistics, and others.
Links to general information and publications about copyright and the copyrighting process.
The website for the museum includes the online Holocaust encyclopedia, resources for educators and scholars, and online exhibitions.
Covers the following for countries around the world: maps, current issues, history, geography, people, government, economy, communications, transportation, military, and transnational issues.
Free access to the OCLC WorldCat catalog, which searches many libraries at once. Look for books, music, videos and more and then locate it in a library nearby.
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Learn about American History, Physics, Business, Literature, and much more with down to earth and (mostly) funny Youtubers!
Healthcare Triage is a series about healthcare hosted by Dr. Aaron Carroll who explains healthcare policy, medical research, and answers a lot of other questions you may have about medicine, health, and healthcare.
Space Time explores the outer reaches of space, the craziness of astrophysics, the possibilities of sci-fi, and anything else you can think of beyond Planet Earth with our astrophysicist host: Matthew O’Dowd.
Seven days a week, Hank Green, Michael Aranda, and Olivia Gordon delve into the scientific subjects that defy our expectations and make us even more curious!
Twice a week, SciShow Psych digs into the science of...us! SciShow Psych is all about the human brain and how we humans interact with the world.
Every Tuesday and Friday, SciShow Space explores the universe a few minutes at a time.