Available from the library’s list of Music and Theatre and Dance databases, use Musical Theater Songs to identify songs searching by characters age, voice type, tempo, composer, lyricist and more.
Find Tumble Book Library, a collection of children’s ebooks, most with narration from the library’s list of K-12 databases. Includes some non-English titles. This is a Discus resource, so it is also available through public libraries and school libraries across the state.
The Abridged version of the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae is open access and contains close to 1,000 works from 70 authors and uses the same search engine as the full TLG version. It provides access to the most important classical authors and a large number of patristic texts.
You must register in order to search.
Bookmark it or you can find it in the Classical Studies list of databases
Our subscription is now for the first, second, and third editions. Includes articles on all aspects of the Islamic World.
We now have access to the classic reference source, Europa World Year Book, online as Europa World. It is an authoritative source about countries and organizations worldwide.
Each country profile includes a statistical section and an overview of the country’s political history; government, politics, and diplomatic representation; economics, industry, and trade; languages; religions; education; press and broadcasting; transportation; and tourism. Also contains information on international organizations. Comparative Statistics, allows you to generate tables and charts comparing countries.
We have access to a database from Hein Online.
• Slavery in America and the World: History, Culture & Law
Essential legal materials on slavery in the United States and the English-speaking world. Includes every statute passed by every colony and state on slavery, every federal statute dealing with slavery, and all reported state and federal cases on slavery.
Besides alphabetically, from the Libraries’ Articles and Databases page it can be found from:
African American Studies
Primary Sources (History) which is linked from the History subject page
Another streaming video collection has been added. You can find it alphabetically or in the Audio and Visual databases listing. Note the platform requirements. You cannot use Google Chrome and you must have the Silverlight plug-in.