The Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) is the world's largest archive of computerized social science data. Searchable by broad subject category or keyword. Most files are freely available to download and is an itegral part of the infrastructure of social science research. In order to download data, first-time UAlbany users must create a MyData account from a UAlbany computer. Once you have created an account that identifies you with UAlbany, you may access ICPSR data from off-campus and social media accounts.
Covering Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Physics, and related subjects, IEL is an extensive collection containing 179 IEEE journals, magazines, and transactions; 26 Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) journals and magazines; 1,400+ IEEE conference titles; 20+ IET conference and seminar digests; and over 2,800 IEEE approved standards. IEL replaces IEEE Computer Society Digital Library and IEEE All-Society Periodicals Package.
Articles from legal journals, yearbooks, institutes, bar association organs, law reviews, and government publications originating in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. Includes book reviews.
Published by UNESCO, it is a bibliography of books translated and published in about 100 UNESCO nations. There are over 1,300,000 records covering nearly all subjects including natural and exact sciences, social and human sciences, literature, art, and history.
InfoTrac Newsstand provides access to major U.S. regional, national and local newspapers as well as leading titles from around the world. This database is available through NOVELNY. Provided by the New York State Library, NOVELNY is a Statewide Internet Library connecting New Yorkers to 21st century information. NOVELNY is supported with temporary federal Library Services and Technology Act funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).
The University Libraries offers two services through IngentaConnect:
The full text of articles for journals to which the Libraries subscribe through IngentaConnect
Free New Issue Alerts for thousands of journals. Users may select journals and receive notification of new issues via e-mail, or create saved searches for periodic notification of new articles. See How to Set Up an IngentaConnect Account for instructions.
INSPEC is the world's largest bibliographic database in the field of physics, electrical engineering and electronics, computers and control engineering, and information technology. Over 330,000 new records from 4,000 journals and 2,000 conference proceedings are added each year.
Compiled by the labs at CERN, DESY, Fermilab and SLAC, this database covers high-energy physics including journal articles, preprints, e-prints, technical reports, conference papers, and theses. It is based on SPIRES, and contains records from 1974 forward.
From CCH, the IntelliConnect database contains the entire library of tax center resources, including federal and state tax reporters for all 50 states, tax guides, supporting documentation and in-depth coverage of tax issues.
The International African Bibliography Online (IABO) is a specialist bibliography of African Studies and contains 140,000 entries of the International African Bibliography published in the years 1971 to 2015 and about 4,000 new publications will be added per year. The IABO can be browsed by categories and offers detailed search options
This database indexes both core and specialized journals (2,600) and books in the social sciences. Core disciplines covered are anthropology, economics, political science and sociology, with additional coverage in other social science fields. Thirty percent of the records are in languages other than English.
ICT contains the best (critical) data derived from the literature up to 1924. It includes data on physical, thermodynamic, mechanical, and other important properties for chemistry, physics, and engineering. The data is presented as text, equations, tables, graphs, and charts. ICT is fully searchable and the index is hyperlinked to the data. The Science Library owns the original print version; it can be found at SCIENCE REF Q 199 N32.
Effective January 1st 2015, the IMF online statistics databases will be made available for free through the new eLibrary Data online portal. The databases are International Financial Statistics, Balance of Payment Statistics, Government Finance Statistics, and Direction of Trade Statistics. You will need to set-up a personal account on IMF Data before January 1 at the URL http://elibrary-data.imf.org/DataExplorer.aspx .On January 1, IP access will no longer work. Any users who currently have personal accounts or ID/PW access will be able to use those credentials to access the full range of IMF data.
International Historical Statistics is a collection of statistical data from around the world, covering a wide range of socio-economic topics. The collection includes data on the Americas and Europe, but also hard to find data on Africa, Asia, and Oceania.
Includes current and retrospective bibliographic citations and abstracts from over 150 scholarly and popular journals, newspapers and newsletters from the U.S., Africa and the Caribbean and full-text coverage of 31 core Black Studies periodicals. Coverage is international in scope and multidisciplinary spanning cultural, economic, historical, religious, social and political issues of importance to Black Studies.
This service provides access to all published articles for the current 10 years, in the Institute of Physics journals that the Libraries subscribes to. A complete list of journals can be found at http://www.iop.org/EJ/librarians/.
This service provides access to all published articles in all of the Institute of Physics journals from 1874 forward (except for the last 10 years). A complete list of journals and years of coverate can be found at http://www.iop.org/EJ/archive/-full=archive.
Bibliography of more than 600,000 records from scholarly journals and books pertaining to the Middle Ages and the Renaissance (400 – 1700 AD). Provides subject access to information about persons, theories, history, and criticism.