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BUBL LINK Updates 16-31 January 2000

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BUBL LINK / 5:15 Updates 

Recent Additions to the Catalogue of Internet Resources 

16 - 31 January 2000 

For live links to all these resources, see 
http://bubl.ac.uk/link/updates/current.html

 004 Computing and the Internet

 Windows NT FAQ
      Answers a range of frequently asked questions about the
      Windows NT operating system. Questions and answers are
      arranged by topic, are keyword searchable, and are updated
      and distributed weekly via an electronic mailing list.
 MediaBuilder Icon Library
      Collection of icons suitable for use on Web pages. Includes
      letters of the alphabet, arrows, birds, books, buttons,
      cards, joysticks, keyboards, flags, food, music, people,
      smiles, and weapons. Also features a set of tutorials to
      help achieve desired effects.

       ----------------------------------------------------

 020 Library and Information Science

 Libraries and the Regions
      Paper discussing the potential for UK libraries to lead the
      cultural sector in areas such as new technology, lifelong
      learning, and the provision of information services. Argues
      that libraries need to build a strong regional presence in
      order to take full advantage of these opportunities.
      Presented as a PDF file.
 Power Reporting
      Collection of US and international news sources aimed at
      those in the journalism profession. Offers access to
      government information, company and non-profit research,
      training materials, and resources which facilitate 'people
      finding' such as email and telephone directories.
 RTE Online
      National broadcasting service for the Republic of Ireland.
      Provides links to daily news bulletins, TV schedules, radio
      news, Aertel - RTE's teletext service, and music groups
      such as the National Symphony Orchestra and Cor na nOg.
 Taiwan Headlines
      Daily English-language newspaper covering Taiwan's
      politics, business, and society. Includes government
      publications, translations of articles written in Chinese,
      photographs, and book reviews.

       ----------------------------------------------------

 100 Philosophy and psychology

 Hegel Society of Great Britain
      Society commemorating the work of the German philosopher
      Hegel. Provides access to the biannual Bulletin of the
      Hegel Society of Great Britain, details of the society's
      annual conference, and membership information.

       ----------------------------------------------------

 200 Religion

 All-in-One Biblical Resources Search
      Collection of fully searchable Bible versions and
      translations, biblical Web resources, email discussion
      lists, and material on the ancient world.
 Saint George in English History
      Articles relating to St George, the patron saint of
      England. Addresses topics such as George's role in English
      history and culture, with information about the banner of
      St George, his presence on English coinage, and the George
      Cross. Also discusses popular legends such as St George and
      the Dragon, and modern day commemoration of the saint.
 All About Mormons
      Information about the basic beliefs, daily living, and
      practices of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
      Saints. Provides answers to FAQs and offers reflections,
      testimonies, conference details, and responses to
      criticism. In addition, resources aimed at young men and
      women are included such as suggestions for activities,
      dating, and camp themes, and a free monthly email
      newsletter is available.

       ----------------------------------------------------

 300 Social sciences

 Propaganda Analysis
      Describes common propaganda techniques including word games
      such as name calling, generalisation, and euphemisms, false
      connections such as transfer of authority and the
      testimonial device, and special appeals which may convince
      people an idea is held by the masses, persuade them to join
      a 'band wagon', or instil fear of disaster as a result of
      non-compliance. Also describes logical fallacies, wartime
      propaganda, and gives examples of propagandists at work.
 Electronic Journal of Oriental Studies
      Journal devoted to Arabic, Persian, and Turkic studies with
      PDF articles covering Empires, religion, and politics.
      Issues are offered free of charge, and an outline of the
      journal's editorial policy is available.
 WWW Hmong Homepage
      Collection of resources relating to Hmong people, a
      minority group living in China and throughout the world.
      Covers history, publications, culture, news, and current
      events. Bibliographic references to ongoing research
      projects, and material addressing Hmong resettlement and
      repatriation are provided.
 Red Book of the Peoples of the Russian Empire
      Full text publication detailing groups of endangered
      peoples throughout Russia including the Abazians, Asiatic
      Eskimos, Central Asian Jews, Dolgans, Hinukhs, Kereks,
      Nanais, Shors, Udis, and Wakhs. Information is given on the
      peoples' habitat, self-designation, population,
      anthropology, religion, ethnological development, history,
      and economy, and is accessible via an alphabetical listing
      of groups, by language spoken, or by tribes and dialects.
 Reform of the European Commission
      Documents describing the strategic and administrative
      reform of the European Commission. Comprises a statement of
      purpose, codes of conduct for Commissioners, and the DECODE
      screening exercise report. Documents are presented as PDF
      files.
 Year in Civil Liberties 1999
      Report from the American Civil Liberties Union highlighting
      perceived positive and negative developments in civil
      liberties in the USA during 1999. Covers topics such as
      crime and punishment, education, health and medicine, law
      and order, privacy, and religion.
 UK Company Researcher
      Set of annotated links to sources of information on UK
      companies. Material is grouped according to type of
      industry, and geographically. Specific listings for
      Scotland, England, and Wales are provided.
 GraduateBase
      Online recruitment system for graduates and employers,
      featuring a database of vacancies and a listing of
      forthcoming recruitment events. Enables graduates to enter
      a personal profile free of charge which is searchable by
      potential employers subject to a standard fee.
 Informing Regional Development: How Library and Information
 Services can Help Regional Development Agencies
      Paper setting out ways in which UK library and information
      services can support the work of Regional Development
      Agencies. Covers topics such as support for industry and
      commerce, meeting social information needs, strengthening
      cultural identity, and supporting lifelong learning.
 DevWeb
      Documents the process of governmental devolution in the UK,
      with sections on Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, and
      proposals for regional government in England. Also covers
      the governance of British Dependencies.
 Building Poverty Reduction Strategies
      Set of documents outlining the process of strategy
      development for tackling poverty worldwide, and principles
      underlying such strategies. Features a collection of
      information and data on poverty, such as household surveys,
      estimates of inequality, and social indicators. Papers are
      available in English, French, and Spanish.
 Hunger Site
      Offers the opportunity to donate food to hungry people
      around the world, paid for by sponsors. Documents donation
      totals since June 1999, and a breakdown of totals donated
      by each country. General facts about hunger are available
      in over 50 languages, and an index of hunger and relief
      organisations is provided.
 Indoor Air Quality
      Considers the health risks of indoor air pollution, which
      are often considerably greater than those outside, due to
      tightly sealed buildings, reduced ventilation rates to save
      energy, the use of synthetic building materials and
      furnishings, and the use of chemically formulated
      pesticides and household cleaners. Assesses air quality in
      offices, schools, and the home, and provides access to
      publications dealing with a number of pollutants such as
      carbon monoxide, radon, and tobacco smoke. Information is
      also available in Spanish.
 Report of the University of Illinois Teaching at an Internet
 Distance Seminar
      Examines the origin and objectives of the seminar, the
      present status of online instruction, an overview of online
      teaching and learning, elements of good teaching, and
      teaching evaluation. Conclusions form two sets of practical
      guidelines, one for faculty members interested in
      developing online coursework, and one for administrators
      interested in formulating policy.
 Exploit Interactive
      Pan-European magazine designed to promote the results of EU
      library projects, including articles from the Telematics
      for Libraries programme. A keyword searchable archive of
      past issues is available.
 College Scholarships and Financial Aid
      Information for potential students at colleges and
      universities in the USA. Includes a directory of contact
      details for admissions services, and advice on obtaining
      scholarships and financial aid.
 UK Postcode Finder
      Searchable directory of postcodes and addresses in the UK.
      Service is free but limited to 50 successful searches per
      day.
 Every Mail: Free Web-Based Email in Your Language
      Free service enabling Internet users to compose and receive
      email messages in 35 different languages. Once
      multilingual-supporting software has been downloaded,
      messages can be constructed in any combination of languages
      selected. Guidelines on how to access emails, compose
      messages, create folders, and set up an address book are
      given.
 National Transportation Library
      Fully searchable and browsable collection of materials
      relating to public and private transportation. Documents
      cover aviation, waterways, pedestrians, bicycles, energy
      and environment, freight, rail, and road networks. Also
      includes resources on planning and policy, economics and
      finance, operations and traffic control, law and
      regulations, and safety issues.
 TRIS Online
      Collection of books, journal articles, and technical
      reports documenting transportation research dating back to
      the 1960s. Material is searchable by article title, journal
      title, abstract, keyword, organisation, and contributor.
 Costume History
      Examples of typical dress worn in the Ancient world,
      medieval times, and from the 16th through to the 20th
      centuries, throughout the world. Includes an online course
      on the history of fashion and dress, and a timeline of
      costume history.
 Tattoo History Sourcebook
      Full text publication tracing the history of tattooing
      around the world. Includes chapters describing tattoo
      history in Polynesia, Borneo, Samoa, the Marquesas, New
      Zealand, Japan, North America, South America, France,
      England, and the US. Additional chapters offer information
      about tattooed mummies, a famous tattooed individual named
      Giolo, tattooing in the circus, and views held by
      psychiatrists, Jews, and Christians.
 2000 Around the World
      Photographic coverage of millennium celebrations in twenty
      four time zones throughout the world. An interactive map
      can be used to select countries of interest.

       ----------------------------------------------------

 500 Natural sciences and mathematics

 Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics
      Set of resources covering algebra, applied mathematics,
      calculus and analysis, discrete mathematics, foundations of
      mathematics, geometry, history and terminology, number
      theory, probability and statistics, recreational
      mathematics, and topology, with an alphabetical index of
      more detailed topics.
 Statistical Computation
      Annotated collection of java applets demonstrating
      statistical computations such as basic probabilities,
      categorical frequency data, proportions, ordinal data,
      correlation and regression, normal distribution, t-tests,
      and one- and two-way analyses of variance (ANOVAs).
 Concepts and Applications of Inferential Statistics
      Interactive textbook for students of introductory
      statistics. Contains chapters on the principles of
      measurement, distributions, correlation and regression,
      statistical significance, probability, Chi-square
      procedures, t-tests, and analysis of variance.
 NASA Fact Sheets
      Collection of fact sheets outlining NASA's research
      activities in a range of disciplines such as aerospace
      technology, earth science, human exploration and
      development of space, space science, and technology
      transfer.
 NASA's Origins Programs
      Aims to further understanding of our universe, tackling
      issues like galaxy formation, planet habitability, and the
      likelihood of life beyond Earth. The program traces the 15
      billion year long chain of events since the birth of the
      Universe, investigating phenomena using observatory
      technologies, both in space and on the ground. A library of
      related materials is provided.
 Snow Crystals
      Documents the growth of snow crystals, explaining the
      formation of various shapes. Covers natural snowflakes,
      with information on classifications, snow preservation, ice
      crystal halos, unusual forms, and early observations by
      Kepler, Descartes, Hooke, Bentley, and Nakaya. A photo
      collection is also included, together with galleries of
      designer snowflakes. A section headed 'Snowflake Physics'
      contains material about snow crystal primer, diffusion,
      dendrite growth, ice surface, electric growth, and ice
      properties.
 Fossil Horse Cybermuseum
      Resource tracing the evolution of the horse. Gives details
      about the name 'horse' itself, the relationship between
      artiodactyls and perissodactyls as determined by their
      hooves, changes affecting the bones of horse feet over
      time, a stratigraphy describing the layering process of
      fossilisation, and a geological time scale of horses'
      evolution.
 Audubon Online
      Society which organises national campaigns, bird
      conservation initiatives, educational programs, and
      workshops. Includes profiles of various bird species, a
      selection of publications and special projects, news,
      details of local Audubon societies throughout America, and
      legal information. Membership details are included.

       ----------------------------------------------------

 600 Technology (applied sciences)

 Smoke Free World
      Directory of businesses including restaurants, cafes, and
      travel facilities, which operate under a strict no smoking
      policy. Addresses are given for smoke free venues in
      Africa, Asia-Pacific, Caribbean, Central America, North
      America, South America, and Europe. Resources on how to
      stop smoking are provided, and various musicians express
      their views on the habit. Businesses are offered listings
      free of charge.
 Breath of Life
      Tour of the National Library of Medicine's asthma
      exhibition. Examines the history of asthma, recounts the
      experiences of sufferers, and provides the latest research
      into the respiratory disorder. Includes images of famous
      patients, and provides historical and multicultural
      perspectives on asthma.
 Bridging the Bay: Bridging the Campus
      Exhibit detailing the design and politics of the Golden
      Gate Bridge, the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, the
      Carquinez Bridge, the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge, the
      Antioch Bridge, and the Dumbarton Bridge. Unbuilt projects
      in the Bay Area are also described.
 Roadside Architecture in 1950s America: Reflections of Society
      Discusses how billboards, diners, motels, and petrol
      stations have changed the face of the United States'
      roadside landscape.
 Workindex.com
      Directory of annotated links to personnel management
      material covering issues such as labour relations,
      benefits, training, technology, staffing, leadership,
      motivation, and legal issues.
 Advertising Quotes
      Index of quotes made in relation to a range of commercial
      fields, complete with reference information including who
      used them and when. Also provides details of undergraduate,
      graduate, and creative advertising courses available at the
      University of Texas at Austin.

       ----------------------------------------------------

 700 The arts

 Festivals.com
      Database of names, dates, locations, and contact details
      for festivals and events around the world. Categories
      include the arts, children, music, sport, and culture.
 American Society of Marine Artists
      Provides details of shows and exhibits, articles about
      marine paintings, and a listing of society members.
      Features a different artist's work each month.
 Futurism
      Manifestos, photographs, and articles exploring the
      international Futurist movement founded in Italy in 1909,
      which celebrated the aesthetic possibilities of machines,
      speed, noise, and cities, and impacted heavily on 20th
      century art and literature.
 Island of Freedom
      Brief biographies of theologians, philosophers, poets,
      composers, and artists throughout history including
      Aristotle, Bach, Chaucer, Hobbes, and Wagner.
 Short Course In Digital Photography
      Full text publication providing an insight into digital
      photography. Covers the basics of digital photography such
      as inputting, processing, and outputting images, the world
      of digital photography from the point of view of commercial
      photography, publishing, business, law enforcement,
      insurance, and science, the foundations of digital imaging,
      digital cameras, digitisation of film and prints, in-camera
      storage and download, computer storage, graphic file
      formats, the digital darkroom, photo printers, photography
      on the Web, panoramic and object photography, and stereo
      photography.
 Nick Drake
      Information about English singer-songwriter Nick Drake.
      Features a discography, lyrics, interviews, and an A-Z of
      Drake's life covering topics such as appearance, birth and
      upbringing, guitar technique, influences, live
      performances, and death.
 Belly Dancing
      Articles, book reviews, cartoons, poetry, and opinion polls
      concerning the mysterious art of the Middle Eastern dance.
 Polynesian Dance Groups Around the World
      Contact details and Web site addresses, where available, of
      Kumu Hula, Hula instructors, and Hula production companies
      in Hawaii, North America, Asia, and Europe. Also features a
      calendar of Hawaiian events.
 Bizarre Stuff You Can Make in Your Kitchen
      Index of scientific experiments which can be conducted in
      the home. Includes instructions on how to produce animation
      toys such as the thaumatrope, the phenakistiscope, and the
      zoetrope, along with guidelines for creating Cartesian
      divers, electromagnets, electric lemons, microscopes,
      pinhole cameras, and transfer ink.
 Space Place
      Space related activities to make and do. Explains how to
      make a model Saturn decoration, an El Nino pudding, a
      relief map puzzle of the world, and asteroid potatoes, and
      describes how to match infrared images, explore a black
      hole, and navigate a maze to see how small a spacecraft can
      be. Also provides information on aspects of space science,
      and offers a selection of space facts.

       ----------------------------------------------------

 800 Literature and rhetoric

 Hatrack River: Official Web Site of Orson Scott Card
      Official information about the award winning science
      fiction writer. Includes a bibliography of his works,
      reviews, a calendar of appearances, an online writing
      class, and full text versions of books, short stories,
      articles, and essays.
 Jan Brett's Home Page
      Information about children's books written by Brett
      including The Night Before Christmas, Armadillo Rodeo,
      Trouble with Trolls, The Mitten, and Goldilocks and the
      Three Bears. Also features colouring activities, printable
      animal masks for use in plays, and a selection of
      postcards.
 John Milton Reading Room
      Collection of poetry and prose written by John Milton in
      the 17th century. Texts include Upon the Circumcision, On
      Shakespear 1630, Psalm Translations, Paradise Lost,
      Paradise Regain'd, and The Doctrine and Discipline of
      Divorce. A bibliography of selected criticism is also
      featured.

       ----------------------------------------------------

 900 Geography and history

 EDINA Digimap
      Ordnance Survey map data for the UK Higher Education
      community, enabling users to view and print maps of any
      location in the UK at predefined scales. Requires
      institutional subscription and individual registration via
      an ATHENS username and password.
 Middle East Information Network
      Set of links to newspapers, magazines, treaties, maps,
      banks, colleges, and universities in the Middle East.
      Contains information on the government, politics, cultures,
      society, education, media, and industry of individual
      countries, and provides descriptions of Islam,
      Christianity, Gaha'I, Judaism, and Zoroastrianism.
 Jewish-American History on the Web
      A selection of resources providing information about Jews
      in the Civil War and in the Wild West. Also houses an
      online library, a bookstore, and a monthly book review.
 WebChron
      Regional and cross-cultural chronologies designed for use
      in history lessons. Describes ancient times, civilisations,
      kingdoms, eras, and political conditions of Africa, India,
      the Mediterranean, Western Asia and the Middle East, China
      and Eastern Asia, Western and Central Europe, Russia and
      Eastern Europe, Central, North and South America, and the
      United States. Also considers the historical sequence of
      Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Western civilisation, and
      technology.
 Archaeology Commissions
      Summaries of projects funded by the Archaeology Commission,
      grouped by financial year. Includes surveys, coastal
      audits, landscape assessments, excavation records, and a
      set of links to archaeology departments in universities
      throughout England.
 Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust
      Describes excavations and surveys conducted by the Welsh
      archaeological trust and provides news of the latest
      discoveries and forthcoming events, National Curriculum
      leaflets for teachers, and a database of sites and
      monuments.
 Heritage Council
      News, publications, and information on Ireland's
      archaeology, waterways, architecture, museums, education,
      and wildlife.
 Whitby Abbey Headland Project
      Outlines the importance of the headland lying to the south
      of the remains of Whitby's Benedictine Abbey, attempting to
      reconcile the need for a new visitor centre with the
      archaeological sensitivity of the area.
 Archaeology on the Net
      Collection of archaeology journals, directories, books, and
      research reports from Africa, North and South America,
      Turkey, Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Near East. Topics
      include anthropology, ceramics, linguistics, rock art, and
      underwater archaeology.
 Price of Age
      Describes the history of cultural property theft concerning
      jewellery, coins, and armour, examining the trade in stolen
      antiquities, the valuation of 'slices of history' both
      academically and economically, and the laws surrounding the
      looting of these objects.
 Heroic Age
      Journal of early medieval Northwestern Europe from the late
      Roman Empire to the advent of the Norman Empire. Explores
      the literature, archaeology, mythology, and legends of
      Britain, Ireland, Scandinavia, and Gaul during the Dark
      Ages, studying tales of heroes such as Cadwallon of
      Gwynedd, Alfred the Great, Columba, Boniface, Arthur,
      Guinevere, and Beowulf.
 Radiocarbon
      Contents, indexes, and back issues of the international
      journal of cosmogenic isotope research covering topics such
      as the Dead Sea Scrolls, cosmic ray exposure in rocks,
      Polynesian and European archaeology, wine ethanols,
      calibration curves, and wiggle-matching. Includes
      subscription information and details of jobs, conferences,
      and workshops.
 Daily Life in Ancient Civilizations
      Collection of information about life in Ancient Greece,
      China, Rome, India, and Egypt. Includes details of housing,
      families, entertainment, clothing and hair styles,
      religion, empires, weddings, and food.
 Satellite Remote Sensing and Archaeology
      Satellite images of archaeological features from around the
      world accompanied by a collection of software resources and
      a bibliography of works relating to the application of
      satellite remote sensing to archaeology.
 Parthian Empire
      Information about the history, geography, coins, art, and
      culture of the Parthian Empire, a period of Persian history
      from 247 BC to AD 228. Details are provided about the
      Parthians' subkingdoms, Characene, Elymais, and Persis, and
      resources such as ancient authors, texts, bibliographies,
      coin collections, and mailing lists are accessible.
 Malta Cart Ruts
      Presents research results investigating the function of
      cart-ruts at Misrah Ghar il-Kbir on Malta. The ruts reveal
      that a number of vehicles were used to transport blocks
      from quarries for the erection of buildings in the
      Phoenician, Punic, and Roman periods.
 Roman Emperors
      Encyclopaedia of rulers of the Roman Empire from Augustus
      to Constantine XI Palaeologus. Consists of a chronological
      table of emperors and their dates of rule, biographies of
      each emperor, family trees of important imperial dynasties,
      descriptions and maps of battles, an ancient and medieval
      atlas of the Empire, and a catalogue of Roman coins.
 LIBRO: Library of Iberian Resources Online
      Full texts of recent but out-of-print university press
      monographs relating to the peoples and nations of the
      Iberian Peninsula, focusing on the period 500-1500 AD.
      Author and title catalogues are provided.
 Tudor England
      Information on Kings Henry VII, Henry VIII, and Edward VI,
      and Queens Jane Grey, Mary I, and Elizabeth I. Provides
      details of Henry VIII's wives, and biographies of important
      people in Tudor history, genealogical trees, chronologies,
      and descriptions of life and architecture in Tudor England.
 Harvard Law School Forum Past Programs
      Audio recordings of selected presentations from the Harvard
      Law School Forum made since the 1950s to the present day.
      Features a wide range of speakers including Martin Luther
      King Jr, Jimmy Hoffa, Eleanor Roosevelt, Billy Graham, Dr.
      Wernher Von Braun, Henry Kissinger, and Shimon Peres.
      Recordings are presented for download in Real Audio format.
 California as I Saw it
      Full text and illustrations of works documenting
      California's history based on eyewitness accounts, covering
      the period from the gold rush to the turn of the 20th
      century. Describes the pioneer experience, encounters
      between Anglo-Americans and peoples who preceded them, land
      transformation as a result of mining, ranching,
      agriculture, and urban development, and the growth of
      communities and cities.
 Klondike Gold Rush
      Resource providing original documentation such as letters,
      personal descriptions, diary extracts, and photographs
      relating to the Klondike gold rush and its impact on
      Seattle, and a set of maps of the Pacific Northwest and
      Alaska.

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