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Academic Onefile is a comprehensive database that allows you to find peer-reviewed, full-text articles in many subject areas, including physical sciences, technology, medicine, social sciences, arts, theology, literature and more.
It contains thousands of academic journals, the majority in full text HTML and PDF formats, and hundreds of podcasts and transcripts from NPR, CNN, and and CBC.
Includes topical articles, maps, photos, illustrations, videos, multimedia clips, and yearbooks from 1993 onward. Many entries also list suggested websites and related resources for additional reading on the subject.
The Library of Congress has resources from libraries, museums and archives.
Over 18 million digitized items from the Library Congress Collections, including manuscripts, photographs, maps, sound recordings and more.
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You can use natural (semantic) language to search for information and Talk to Books will give you highlighted sections in books that cover your query. To read more about semantic searching, read this article in the Google Research Blog
ProQuest Science Journals includes over 1,145 titles—with more than 965 available in full text. This database includes articles, charts, diagrams, graphs, tables, photos, and other graphical elements for applied and general sciences.