Another week and another set of specialty databases and "research" news for your review. These items have been posted to ResourceShelf during the past week or so. They have also tossed in non-searchable but useful (and fun) reference newsletter and a link to a new mobile version of Reuters for the U.S. Finally, don't forget that The World eBook Fair is now underway offering free, full text and downloadable access (PDF files) to more than 300,000 titles. Why now? This summer Project Gutenberg celebrates its 35th anniversary. The World eBook Fair lasts through August 4th.
- Imagery: NYPL Digital Gallery Featured Collection for July: Streetscape and Townscape of Metropolitan New York City, 1860-1942
- Canada?s Virtual Gramophone Continues to Grow New bios, more music (over 300 files just added, and now videos. See Also: More Classical Music Databases and Tools in this post.
- The July Issue of The World Almanac Newsletter Now Available If you're a "fact freak" this free newsletter is a must.
- Foreign Language Test Database "The Foreign Language Test Database is a searchable database of secondary and college level tests in languages other than English."
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