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Scholars Portal Journals

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Scholars Portal is a digital repository of over 30 million scholarly articles drawn from journals covering every academic discipline. The content in Scholars Portal is hand-selected by subject specialists at the 21 university libraries that make up the Ontario Council of University Libraries. The content you will find in Scholars Portal comprises the most complete multi-disciplinary database of peer reviewed academic literature available anywhere. With a single-search, you can find material from the important journals in your field. You can track new issues in these journals using RSS feeds. You can follow citation links to explore different treatments of topics. You can explore historical dimensions of many topics by searching through extensive backfiles of digitized articles.

Indigenous Studies Portal

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University of Saskatchewan Library initiative that link to electronic resources: books, articles, theses, documents, photographs, archival resources, maps, etc.

America: History and Life with Full Text

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The database indexes over 1,700 journals published worldwide, including state historical society journals. In addition to articles, 6,000 citations of book and media reviews and abstracts of dissertations are included. Also included in the electronic database are CLIO Notes, a research guide that has concise overviews of 22 major historical periods designed to help identify major issues and events; detailed chronologies to give context to those issues and events; and suggestions for papers and class discussions.

Project Muse

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The Project MUSE complete collection offers a comprehensive selection of prestigious humanities, arts, and social sciences journals to support a core liberal arts curriculum at any academic institution. Every journal is heavily indexed and peer-reviewed, with critically acclaimed articles by the most respected scholars in their fields. MUSE is also the sole source of complete, full-text versions of titles from many of the world's leading university presses and scholarly societies

Lexis Nexis QuickLaw

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QUICKLAW offers: The most extensive collection of full-text court and tribunal decisions and case law summaries. A rich collection of expert commentary and legal analysis. Reliable and comprehensive legislative collections for every province and territory. Three exclusive current awareness sources for the latest legal news and developments

Canadian Electronic Library

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The Canadian Electronic Library representS over 50 leading Canadian publishers, Canadian public policy institutes, government agencies, advocacy groups, thinktanks, university research centres, NGO's and Canadian research institutes. This collection of Canadiana is unrivalled for its quality and breadth.

Early Canadiana Online

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Early Canadiana Online (ECO) is the first large-scale online collection of early Canadian print heritage. ECO contains a digitized selection of the content from the microfiche held by the Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions. ECO currently offers twelve online collections totaling over three million pages and is continually expanding its content. The collections include material published from the time of the first European settlers to the first two decades of the 20th Century.

CBCA Complete

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This database, with 600 full text titles, is the most comprehensive Canadian reference collection available today. Accessible to readers and researchers at every level, CBCA Complete features a highly-respected, diversified mix of publications, including scholarly journals, trade publications, dissertations, books, newspapers and magazines.

ERIC

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ERIC, the Educational Resource Information Center, provides access to education literature and resources. The database provides access to information from journals included in the Current Index of Journals in Education and Resources in Education Index. ERIC also contains more than 2,200 digests along with references for additional information and citations and abstracts from over 1,000 educational and education related journals.

Bibliography of Native North Americans

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The Bibliography of Native North Americans contains citations to literature about native peoples of North America published from the sixteenth century to the present. Native North Americans include Aleuts; Eskimos or Inuit of Greenland, northern Canada, Alaska, and eastern Siberia; and other native peoples (i.e. "Indians") of Alaska, Canada, the United States, and Mexico north of the northern boundary of Mesoamerica.

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