Harvard University library
HOLLIS database system. Tn3270. Access to ERIC database (1989-), PAIS International database, PsycInfo database and the union catalogue of all Harvard University libraries. Login as HOLLIS. Access restrictions on some other databases/catalogues.
Haworth Press. Publishing and electronic document delivery
service. Other services listed in Info Connect are BLDSC,
Adonis, UMI, CIS, Doc Deliver, Faxon, CatchWord, The Genuine Article, EMDOCS, OCLC Electronic journals Collection, EBSCO online, Infotrieve,
CISTI, Swets, Information Express and Uncover. See also Electronic Journals.
History resources. Internet Modern History Sourcebook.
A collection of public domain and
copyright-permitted texts for introductory level classes in modern European and World history. See also World history, and Project Gutenberg.
History Online. A service of the London University Institute for Historical Research offering over 30,000 records on all aspects of world history.
Human Genome Database. Access to data from the multi-million dollar global Human Genome Project, HGP. In early 1998, while the genome maps (physical and genetic maps) of over 11 microbes, including Escherichia coli, bacteriophages such as lambda and T7, numerous viruses and yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) have been completely mapped, the human genome is only 9 percent finished, but the target date for HGP completion is 2005, (revised as 2003 in September 1998). The project is at present being carried out in labs in the US, UK, Italy, Russia , Japan, France, and Holland. A draft map will be available in 2001. The final map will cover all 3 billion bases of the human genome, representing 50,000 to 100,000 genes. See also molecular biology databases
HW Wilson. Publisher of full
text, abstracts, indexes, and reference materials.
over 35 quality HW Wilson databases via the web. Free 60 day trial.
Journal Access to numerous electronic journals. See also Super journal,
journals online, electronic libraries and journals/magazines on LIS.
Hytelnet resource from Peter
Scott. Mr Scott, from Canada, is the developer of Hytelnet, the easy
way of giving access to all global telnet/tn3270-accessible library catalogues
on the Internet. See also world libraries.