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BUBL LINK Updates 16-29 February 2000

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BUBL LINK / 5:15 Updates 

Recent Additions to the Catalogue of Internet Resources 

16 - 29 February 2000 

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

 000 Generalities

 DoHistory
      Information on research methods used to investigate
      historical lives. A case study on the life of Martha
      Ballard is provided as an example, describing how her story
      has been pieced together based on excerpts of her diary.

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 004 Computing and the Internet

 Wired Style
      Discusses and updates the paper style manual, Principles of
      English Usage in the Digital Age, which provides advice on
      writing fluently and colloquially about the electronic
      world. Tackles the meaning and usage of buzzwords and
      acronyms, the origins of technical terms and differences
      between commonly confused words, and provides a forum for
      debate about the book's content.
 Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) Bibliography
      Searchable database providing a bibliography of resources
      relating to HCI including books, reports, journal articles,
      conference proceedings, and online publications. Highlights
      recommended readings in the field, and returns full
      bibliographic records with abstracts and links to Web pages
      where available.
 Internet and Society
      Internet user survey which attempts to analyse the impact
      of the Internet on society. Addresses issues including the
      range of activities performed by users on the Internet,
      demographic differences in Net access and use, social
      isolation, impact of usage on traditional media, and
      effects on working patterns. Presented as a PDF file.
 PhotoBooks
      Bibliographic details of books about Adobe Photoshop and
      Web graphics, together with reviews and ratings. Titles are
      separated into general publications, teaching guides, and
      speciality books addressing special effects and plug-ins.
 Visual Basic User Group
      Online community for Windows developers working in Visual
      Basic. Offers access to technical information,
      announcements of local VBUG events, an online magazine, IT
      magazine ordering facilities, CVs and job vacancies, tips
      submitted by members, a question and answer forum, and
      details of VB training courses.
 Visual Basic Web Directory
      Offers a range of information and services for Visual Basic
      programmers. Comprises source code and files, tutorials,
      tips, material for beginners, software downloads, Internet
      programming, and details of related jobs and careers.
 Linuxnewbie.org
      Help for newcomers to the Linux operating system, tackling
      basic terminology and directory structures, and providing
      instructions on how to manipulate and store files. Includes
      book reviews, articles on the open source software
      movement, the limitations of Linux documentation, and
      differences between NT and Linux. A forum for discussing
      hardware, software, and networking problems, programming,
      and Web security is available.
 Social Learning in Multimedia (SLIM)
      Final report of EC project examining the process of
      innovation in multimedia technology development. Highlights
      the importance of social learning, and argues that the
      evolution and success of multimedia depends on interaction
      between producers, users, and policy makers. Presented as a
      PDF file, or in MS Word format.

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

 020 Library and Information Science

 WebSearch
      Annotated listing of library and information science
      oriented search tools and resource evaluation material
      available on the Internet. Includes resources such as
      Ariadne, Free Pint, Internet Detective, and Notess.com.
 LIC: Improving Access for Blind and Visually Impaired People
      Lists current projects supported by the Library and
      Information Commission, intended to improve information
      services for those with visual impairments. Provides grant
      number, name of grantee, duration of grant, amount of
      award, contact details, and a description of each study.
 UC&R: University College and Research Group
      Group aiming to develop quality services for users of
      national, research, university, and other higher education
      libraries. Provides details of events, publications,
      services such as mailing lists, and information about
      regional divisions.
 Bibliographieren im Internet
      Annotated links to bibliographies, databanks, and libraries
      in Germany and around the world. Contains articles on
      German literature and links to news archives, resources on
      Goethe and Leo Perutz, libraries, subject guides, and
      directories in Japan. Available in German only.
 Compton's Encyclopedia
      Keyword searchable encyclopaedia containing articles,
      tables, pictures, flags, maps, charts, and sounds. Search
      results can be restricted to 10, 25, 50, or 100 items.
 Jane's Information Group
      Publisher of defence, aerospace, transportation,
      geopolitical, and law enforcement information. Features a
      product catalogue searchable by category and keyword,
      details of conferences, press releases, and news reports.
 Handpress
      Information about the history and process of handpress
      printing. Documents printers who employ handpresses and
      their publications, and provides details of related
      exhibitions, study opportunities, workshops, and
      conferences. Also lists museums and libraries worldwide
      which have handpresses on display, with links to Web pages
      where available.

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

 200 Religion

 Adherents.com: Religion Statistics
      Collection of statistical information about religions,
      churches, denominations, religious bodies, faith groups,
      tribes, cultures, and movements arranged alphabetically by
      name and according to geographical area. Summary data
      provides a list of the world's major religions and their
      major branches, the largest religious groups in the US, and
      the largest communities of various religions throughout the
      world.

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

 300 Social sciences

 19th Century Pamphlets
      Describes a project facilitating access to 19th century
      pamphlet collections held by the Consortium of University
      Research Libraries, and to raise awareness among humanities
      and social science researchers of their breadth and scope.
      Includes the full text of the proposal, contact details, a
      project plan, and minutes of partners' meetings.
 Resource Guide for the Social Sciences
      Directory of annotated links to bibliographic, reference,
      and research information, subject gateways, datasets, image
      collections, and software services in the field of social
      science research. Includes journals, abstracts, reports,
      books, newspaper articles, full text official publications,
      and details of training opportunities in business,
      economics, education, anthropology, geography, law,
      philosophy, politics, and statistics.
 Jane's Online
      Subscription-based access to databases holding information
      on defence, geopolitics, transportation, and law
      enforcement. Offers weekly email updates on key issues in
      these fields, online facilities for ordering Jane's
      products, and a list of acronyms used.
 History and Politics Out Loud
      Collection of audio materials relating to US politics and
      political history. Each resource is accompanied by name of
      speaker, date of delivery, subject, and, where available, a
      written transcript. Material can be browsed according to
      date, speaker, and title, or searched by keyword.
 Global Compact
      Describes the nine principles drafted at the World Economic
      Forum in Davos in January 1999, intended to encourage
      business leaders to unite the power of markets with
      universal ideals relating to human rights, labour
      standards, and the environment. Also suggests ways in which
      the principles can be put into practice.
 Breakeven Calculator
      Guide to the principles of price setting at a profitable
      level, illustrated by an interactive graph based on
      variable unit costs, fixed costs, expected sales, and price
      per unit. Includes a glossary of definitions.
 How to Research Companies on the Net
      Annotated links to resources for researching company
      information, covering business phone directories, public
      and private companies, annual reports, non-profit
      organisations, and business related associations.
 Welsh Business Online
      Support service for companies in Wales, with sections on
      innovation support, small firms, training and skills,
      conferences, employment laws, business networks, and
      sources of business information.
 US Federal Budget 2001
      Publications relating to the US Federal budget for the
      fiscal year beginning in October 2000. Features the
      presidential economic report and budget message, analytical
      documents, historical tables of economic data, a budget
      guide for the general public, and an explanation of the
      systems and concepts used to formulate the budget. All
      documents are keyword searchable, and can be downloaded
      individually as PDF files.
 United States v Microsoft Corporation
      Full text of the findings of fact resulting from the
      anti-trust civil action brought against the Microsoft
      Corporation by the US Department of Justice between October
      1998 and June 1999.
 American Presidents: Presidential Biographies
      Biographies and photographs of presidents of the United
      States and their first ladies, from George Washington to
      Bill Clinton.
 University of Strathclyde: Exam Papers
      Collection of past exam papers from Strathclyde University,
      browsable by department and exam title, and searchable by
      keyword. As a pilot project, online papers are restricted
      to 1999 at present.
 Radiocommunications Agency
      Group responsible for the allocation, maintenance, and
      supervision of the UK radio spectrum, and control of the
      use and misuse of radio broadcasting services. Material
      available includes consultation documents, a selection of
      agency information sheets, RA newsletters, and press
      releases.
 Trainline.com
      Ticket booking and seat reservation facilities for all UK
      mainland railway services. Timetables are accessible, and
      journeys can be planned by stipulating place of departure
      and destination, stations to travel through or avoid, type
      of journey required such as single or return, and desired
      date and time of travel.

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

 500 Natural sciences and mathematics

 Abacus
      Information about the abacus, describing its history,
      construction, functions, and use. A comparison is made
      between the ancient counting mechanism and the modern
      electronic calculator, and abacuses typical of different
      cultures are discussed. Available in English, French,
      German, Portuguese, and Spanish.
 Historic Maps of Dutch Cartographers
      Collection of historical maps of the Netherlands by
      cartographers such as Janssonius, Jacob Aertsz, Georg
      Braun, and Frans Hogenberg. City maps from Blaeu's Toonneel
      der Steden are also featured.
 Guide to Poisonous Plants
      Searchable database of toxic plants which provides
      information about species' common name, botanic name, plant
      family, description, habitat, and toxic principle, and
      gives details of which animals are likely to be affected by
      toxins and any subsequent hazards posed to their
      gastrointestinal, musculoskeletal, congenital,
      cardiovascular, respiratory, nervous, renal, and
      reproductive systems. A glossary of definitions is
      included.
 University of Michigan Museum of Zoology
      Information about collections within each of the six
      divisions of the museum which cover insects, molluscs,
      fish, reptiles and amphibians, birds, and mammals.
 Invertebrate Zoology
      Background information on the morphological characteristics
      of invertebrates including a lab manual, a gallery of
      images of each phylum, and a list of spot recognition
      characters for adults of the major orders of insects.
 FishBase: A Global Information System on Fishes
      Extensive information about fish including a forum offering
      a searchable archive of email-based discussion,
      biodiversity quizzes, an annotated photo gallery,
      information about fishes under threat, and a training
      program on fisheries and biodiversity management.
 GliderCENTRAL
      Searchable collection of information about the sugar glider
      (petaurus breviceps), an Australian marsupial which is
      gaining popularity as a domestic pet. Includes articles,
      research papers, and a message board assessing the
      suitability of petaurus breviceps as a pet, and provides
      details of vets, breeders, and suppliers of sleeping
      pouches, toys, and food.
 Tiger Territory
      Series of articles providing information about tigers in
      their natural habitat, sanctuaries, zoos, and the circus,
      and a selection of pictures illustrating their mating,
      hunting, and play activities.

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

 600 Technology (applied sciences)

 Doctors.net
      Collection of resources for medical professionals,
      including discussion groups, a free email account, news, a
      list of job vacancies, and access to Medline. Requires full
      General Medical Council registration details.
 Tourette Syndrome Support in the UK
      Produced by a Tourette Syndrome sufferer's mother in order
      to provide information on support available throughout the
      UK. Defines the syndrome and other tic disorders, and
      offers details of relevant publications, and educational
      issues, and the value of music therapy.
 AAHA Healthypet
      Directory of veterinary hospitals, a pet care library,
      colouring activities for children, a newsletter, FAQs, and
      a recommended reading list addressing issues such as pet
      behaviour, general care, and loss.
 ASVIN: Assessing and Supporting Veterinary Information Needs
      Project investigating the development of information
      services for veterinary and animal health researchers.
      Offers a brief outline of the study, lists the
      institutional partners, and provides access to their
      library catalogues.

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

 700 The arts

 Art Deadlines List
      Monthly newsletter providing information about art
      exhibitions and competitions, Internet-based events, poetry
      and other writing contests, jobs, and opportunities for
      artists, art educators, and students.
 Ensemble: Towards a Distributed National Library Resource for
 Music
      Cross-institutional project to enhance and sustain the
      research library base for music through the creation of
      computerised bibliographic records for 110,000 items of
      printed music. The project proposal, details of schedules
      and targets, and information on core bibliographic
      standards are available.
 Attempted Ska Page
      Series of links to information about ska such as FAQs,
      information about bands, regional resources, and magazines.
 Rhythm and Blues Music Primer
      An introduction to rhythm and blues music, featuring
      biographies and audio clips of prominent artists in the
      field such as Robert Johnson, BB King, Robert Cray, and
      Buddy Guy. Significant recording labels, relevant print
      literature, and a playlist of CDs providing an insight into
      the blues tradition are listed.
 Essentials of Music
      Provides an insight into six historical periods of
      classical music, namely Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque,
      Classical, Romantic, and Twentieth Century, covering
      themes, musical context, and style. Biographical
      information is given on composers from each era, and is
      listed alphabetically with Real Audio files to illustrate
      their work. A glossary of musical terms is included.
 Blues Guitar
      Collection of tutorials requiring basic initial knowledge
      of the instrument. Lessons cover tabulature, rhythm guitar,
      blues scales, solo techniques and licks, and slide guitar.
      Illustrative examples are taken from Eric Clapton's blues
      style and recordings.
 Institute of Historical Dance
      Organisation which researches and performs historical
      dances from the 15th and 19th centuries. Provides a library
      service for those interested in the field, and offers dance
      classes covering court, folk, baroque, and social dancing.
 Official Worldwide Scrabble Homepage
      Information about the popular board game describing the
      story behind its invention, and a series of tips and
      tactics such as anagramming, tile tracking, and how best to
      use premium squares. Also features a selection of games
      including Scrabble Hangman, Invaders, and Snake. Available
      in English, French, German, and Spanish.
 Bowlingzone
      Wealth of information about bowling with details of
      supplies, centres, software, associations, newsletters, and
      tournaments. Variations of the sport such as Canadian 5
      Pin, Candlepin, and Duckpin bowling are described.
 World Chess Federation (FIDE)
      Timetable of forthcoming tournaments, rating reports, and
      details of international arbiters in the game of chess.
      Provides a Java-based facility to play the game over the
      Internet.
 New Rider
      A guide to horse riding explaining the requirements of a
      novice, equipment and clothing needed, and safety
      precautions which should be taken. Also gives information
      on classes available throughout the UK, riding basics such
      as walking, trotting, and cantering, and what to expect
      from first lessons.

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

 800 Literature and rhetoric

 Literature Resources
      Collection of material devoted primarily to English and
      American literatures, including links to dictionaries,
      concordances, biographies, journals, style manuals, and
      full texts of novels, poems, and plays.
 Literature Webliography
      Annotated links to collections of literary guides and
      criticism, journals, bibliographies, OPACs, dictionaries,
      discussion forums and news groups, societies and
      associations, style guides, and full text collections.
 Bohemian Ink
      Set of links to magazines publishing and reviewing modern,
      bohemian and beatnik verse and prose, and information on
      performance poetry and the art of the spoken word. Also
      contains biographies of authors such as Samuel Beckett,
      Robert Calvert, Albert Camus, Jean Cocteau, Kazuo Ishiguro,
      and Salman Rushdie, with links to criticisms and full texts
      of their works.
 In Other Words: A Lexicon of the Humanities
      Searchable glossaries of terms relating to literary
      criticism, rhetoric, linguistics, and politics, enabling
      academics to understand interdisciplinary terminology.
      Definitions are illustrated by quotes from authors, and the
      resource is supplemented by a bibliography of all works
      cited.
 Author Pseudonyms
      Alphabetical listing of pseudonyms used by authors,
      together with their real names. A bibliography of titles is
      provided for selected writers.
 Libyrinth
      Celebrates the work of 20th century experimental authors
      such as James Joyce, Thomas Pynchon, Gabriel Garcia
      Marquez, Franz Kafka, and Umberto Eco who break through the
      barriers of normal syntax and linguistics and use prose
      which is hallucinatory, magical, or fantastic. Includes
      news of book readings and theatre and film productions,
      short biographies, quotations, critical papers and essays,
      and a set of links to full texts of postmodern writings and
      hyperfiction.
 Programme for Orientation, Education and Telematics
 Implementation in Critical Analysis (POETICA)
      Course material and sample assignments for the teaching and
      learning of poetry at undergraduate level. Covers topics
      such as metre, rhythm, control and conformity in verse,
      annotation, and historical theories of stress. Also
      available in French.
 Alan Gullette
      Selection of poetry, prose, haiku, songs, and visions by
      Alan Gullette accompanied by the art work of Michael
      Perkin. Includes The Adventures of Franco Corelli, Seal of
      Solomon, Waterfall on Main Street, and a chapter from Green
      Transfer.
 Perspectives In American Literature
      Bibliographies of American literature from the 17th to the
      20th centuries covering romanticism, transcendentalism,
      realism, naturalism, and the Harlem renaissance. Also
      provides lists of works by specific authors.
 Cosmic Baseball Association
      Verse by contemporary American artists such as Lynn
      Behrendt, Herm Card, and Anna Marie Kersade. Provides
      biographies of the poets, a journal discussing postmodern
      theory and criticism, and memorials of D H Lawrence, Allen
      Ginsberg, Frank Zappa, and Sappho.
 Australian Literary and Historical Texts
      Database of 18th, 19th and early 20th century Australian
      poems, short stories, novels, reference works, historical
      narratives, and memoirs, searchable by title, author, date,
      publisher, genre, and opening lines. Contains texts by
      writers such as Joseph Banks, Christopher Brennan, Adam
      Lindsay Gordon, Henry Kendall, and Andrew Barton Paterson.
 English
      Contents pages, abstracts, and a search engine for the
      journal of literary criticism. Contains information on how
      to purchase back issues of the serial which publishes
      detailed reviews of recent works, original poetry, and
      essays on major English literary works.
 Scottish Writers
      Biographies of novelists, poets, and dramatists who were
      born or lived in Scotland from the 10th century to the
      present day, including Robert Henryson, James I, George
      Buchanan, Ron Butlin, Robert Crawford, Janice Galloway,
      John Napier, and Adam Smith. Contains an archive of the
      author's weekly Scotland on Sunday book review, and an
      essay on the history of Scottish literary movements,
      covering the Goddodin, the Makars, the Scottish
      Enlightenment, the Kailyard movement, the Scottish
      Rennaisance, and the post-war decades.
 William McGonagall
      Short biography of the Dundonian poet and texts of selected
      poems including the Tay Bridge Disaster, An Ode to the
      Queen, and The Battle of Bannockburn.
 Gerard Hopkins
      Directory of resources on Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844-89),
      including links to societies, conferences, teaching
      resources, books and book reviews, critical essays, an
      interactive concordance, and collections of his poetry.
 Twentieth Century Poetry in English
      Collection of verse and bibliographies of poets writing in
      English including Auden, Eliot, Robert Frost, James Joyce,
      Ezra Pound, and William Carlos Williams.
 Web Concordances
      Concordances for PB Shelley's selected poems, Coleridge's
      Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Keats's Odes of 1819, William
      Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience, Wordsworth
      and Coleridge's Lyrical Ballads (1798), and the poems of
      Gerard Manley Hopkins.

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

 900 Geography and history

 Iranmania Search Engine
      Catalogue of Iranian and Persian related resources,
      covering areas such as art and literature, economics,
      software, business, entertainment, sport, history,
      religion, and travel. Also offers a directory of Iranian
      email addresses, an image searching service, and the latest
      news stories from Iran.
 Who's Alive and Who's Dead
      Alphabetical listing of well-known Americans whom the
      general public may not be aware are still alive or have
      died. Entries are searchable and also organised into
      categories including actors and actresses, musical
      performers, political figures, athletes and sports figures,
      and recent deaths. Celebrities' birthdays are remembered,
      and information is provided about their date of birth,
      status, and either their age at time of death or their
      current age if still living.
 Rescue: British Archaeological Trust
      List of publications and subscription details for the
      charitable organisation which aims to promote archaeology's
      interests in Britain. Includes contents pages from Rescue
      News, the charity's newspaper.
 Negotiating Avebury Project
      Interim reports and latest information from excavations and
      surveys in the Avebury Complex, a group of prehistoric
      ceremonial monuments around the Upper Kennet valley in
      Wiltshire.
 Wharram Percy: the Lost Village
      Slides and photographs of the archaeological dig at Wharram
      Percy in Yorkshire, inhabited by Romans, Anglo-Saxons,
      Vikings, and Normans before being depopulated by economic
      forces in the 15th century.
 Anglo-Saxon Church at Bradford-on-Avon
      Analyses the structure and outlines the debate over the
      construction date of the Chapel of St Laurence at
      Bradford-on-Avon. Contains a collection of photographs of
      the church.
 Virtual Mithraeum
      Explores the ruins of the temple to the Roman god Mithras
      at Carrawburgh on Hadrian's Wall, and describes the virtual
      reality reconstruction on display in the Museum of
      Antiquities at the University of Newcastle.
 Alwynne B Beaudoin
      List of Alwynne B Beaudoin's personal publications dealing
      with palaeoenvironmental and geoarchaeological work in
      western Canada. Includes a Dictionary of Quaternary
      Acronyms and Abbreviations, Paleoenvironmental Records of
      Postglacial Climate Change in the Prairie, and a 'Dung
      File' of references on pollen, parasites, and plant remains
      in coprolites and latrines.
 De Imperatoris Romanis: An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors
      Biographies of rulers of the Roman empire from Augustus (27
      BC-AD 14) to Constantine XI Palaeologus (1449-1453).
      Contains family trees of important imperial dynasties, maps
      of the empire at different times, an index of significant
      battles, and a catalogue of Roman coins.
 Middle Ages Trust
      Collection of information relating to the period 950 AD to
      1500 AD. Includes a list of medieval organisations and
      events throughout the world, material for teachers and
      students, and a monthly newsletter.
 Leaning Tower of Pisa
      Information about the famous Italian bell tower, tracing
      its construction which began in 1173. Provides details
      about the site, the building itself, developmental phases,
      the architect whose identity remains uncertain to this day,
      characteristics, decoration, inclination, and measurements.
      Also features Quick Time Virtual Reality film clips showing
      views from the top of the tower, and a collection of
      photographs depicting every detail of the landmark.
      Available in English and Italian.
 Cilicia.com
      Collection of information about Armenia covering Armenian
      genocide, culture, religious beliefs, traditional cookery
      including meza, aghtzan, pilaf, and hatz, and tourist
      attractions such as cities, towns, churches, and
      monasteries. Also features a hall of fame, a bookstore, and
      examples of Web art with borders, backgrounds, music, and
      icons available for download.
 Anglo-Saxon Charters on the World Wide Web
      Corpus of royal diplomas, wills of prominent churchmen, and
      records of land grants in Latin and the vernacular.
      Provides reference works, information on Anglo-Saxon
      bishops and abbots, and a list of charters organised by
      archive.
 Chinese History
      Browsable and searchable timeline of events in the history
      of China from 500,000 BC to the present. Lists the kings
      who reigned and describes local and worldwide events which
      occurred during each dynasty.
 National Archives of Canada
      Institution responsible for archiving public and private
      Canadian records. Includes mission statement, details of
      holdings, and information on the archives' purpose built
      storage and conservation facility, the Gatineau
      Preservation Centre. Available in English and French.
 Oyate
      Organisation working to ensure the accuracy of historical
      and contemporary Native American literature by evaluating
      texts and resources in order to highlight anti-Indian
      information. Authentic publications are listed for various
      age groups, together with reference, multimedia, and
      teaching materials. A section entitled 'Books to Avoid' is
      also featured, with critical reviews of each title given.
 Black History Month
      Provides a civil rights timeline, black history quizzes,
      information about Negro league baseball and hockey players,
      blacks in the military, and various data including US
      states with an African American population of over one
      million, and annual earnings by educational attainment,
      race, and sex.

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