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Australian Ejournal of Theology

April 01, 2006

Australian Ejournal of Theology
http://dlibrary.acu.edu.au/research/theology/ejournal/

The Australian Ejournal of Theology (AEJT) is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary Ejournal sponsored by the Sub-Faculty of Philosophy and Theology within Australian Catholic University. It focuses on scholarly exchange within the Australian theological community. Its aim is to be both ecumenical and interdisciplinary. Scholarly contributions are welcomed from all relevant disciplines including the humanities, philosophy, arts, sciences, ethical and legal studies, sociology and history. AEJT Editorial Board welcomes suggestions for its editorial policy and for special issues of the journal. AEJT will be published online twice a year (in February and August). This has been added to Theology Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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A2A Database – Access To Archives

April 01, 2006


A2A Database – Access To Archives

A2A Database – Access To Archives
http://www.a2a.org.uk/

The A2A database contains catalogues describing archives held locally throughout England and dating from the eighth century to the present day. The A2A database was last updated in January 2006 and now contains 9.5 million records relating to 8.7 million items held in 396 record offices and other repositories. A2A does not yet offer a full description of all the archives in England, but it is regularly updated, so revisit often for newly-included catalogues! This will be added to Academic Resources 2006 Internet MiniGuide. This has been added to Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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New Report Shows Dramatic Changes in U.S. Aging

April 01, 2006

New Report Shows Dramatic Changes in U.S. Aging
http://www.nia.nih.gov/NewsAndEvents/PressReleases/PR2006030965PlusReport.htm

The face of aging in the United States is changing dramatically — and rapidly, according to a new U.S. Census Bureau report, commissioned by the National Institute on Aging (NIA). This has been added to Elder Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Chemical Suppliers Directory – The Directory of Companies Providing Products and Services for Drug Discovery Industry

April 01, 2006

Chemical Suppliers Directory – The Directory of Companies Providing Products and Services for Drug Discovery Industry
http://www.chemsuppliers.org/

Chemical Suppliers Directory is dedicated to provide its visitors with most comprehensive information about vendors of compounds, chemicals building blocks, compound libraries, custom synthesis, peptide synthesis, lead optimization, and services that support drug discovery in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry. The goal of this project is to create a common and freely accessible directory of chemical suppliers and database of chemicals for drug discovery industry over the internet. Any chemical supplier as well as academic laboratories around the world may share their information over the Internet through the Chemical Suppliers Directory. This means to enter your list of services and products into the Chemical Suppliers Directory. This service is free. This has been added to Biological Informatics Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This has been added to Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Australian Ejournal of Theology

April 01, 2006

Australian Ejournal of Theology
http://dlibrary.acu.edu.au/research/theology/ejournal/

The Australian Ejournal of Theology (AEJT) is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary Ejournal sponsored by the Sub-Faculty of Philosophy and Theology within Australian Catholic University. It focuses on scholarly exchange within the Australian theological community. Its aim is to be both ecumenical and interdisciplinary. Scholarly contributions are welcomed from all relevant disciplines including the humanities, philosophy, arts, sciences, ethical and legal studies, sociology and history. AEJT Editorial Board welcomes suggestions for its editorial policy and for special issues of the journal. AEJT will be published online twice a year (in February and August). This has been added to Theology Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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A2A Database – Access To Archives

April 01, 2006


A2A Database – Access To Archives

A2A Database – Access To Archives
http://www.a2a.org.uk/

The A2A database contains catalogues describing archives held locally throughout England and dating from the eighth century to the present day. The A2A database was last updated in January 2006 and now contains 9.5 million records relating to 8.7 million items held in 396 record offices and other repositories. A2A does not yet offer a full description of all the archives in England, but it is regularly updated, so revisit often for newly-included catalogues! This will be added to Academic Resources 2006 Internet MiniGuide. This has been added to Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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New Report Shows Dramatic Changes in U.S. Aging

April 01, 2006

New Report Shows Dramatic Changes in U.S. Aging
http://www.nia.nih.gov/NewsAndEvents/PressReleases/PR2006030965PlusReport.htm

The face of aging in the United States is changing dramatically — and rapidly, according to a new U.S. Census Bureau report, commissioned by the National Institute on Aging (NIA). This has been added to Elder Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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GUS – The Genomics Unified Schema

March 31, 2006


GUS – The Genomics Unified Schema

GUS – The Genomics Unified Schema
http://www.gusdb.org/

The Genomics Unified Schema (GUS) is an extensive relational database schema and associated application framework designed to store, integrate, analyze and present functional genomics data. The GUS schema supports a wide range of data types including genomics, gene expression, transcript assemblies, proteomics and others. It emphasizes standards-based ontologies and strong-typing. The GUS Application Framework offers an object-relational layer and a Plugin API used to rapidly create robust data loading programs for diverse data sources. The GUS distribution includes plugins for standard data sources. The GUS Web Development Kit (WDK) is a rich environment for efficiently designing sophisticated query-based websites with little programming required. This has been added to Biological Informatics Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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OpenDOAR – Directory of Open Access Repositories

March 31, 2006

OpenDOAR – Directory of Open Access Repositories
http://www.opendoar.org/

The OpenDOAR service is being developed to support the rapidly emerging movement towards Open Access to research information. This will categorise and list the wide variety of Open Access research archives that have grown up around the world. Such repositories have mushroomed over the last 2 years in response to calls by scholars and researchers worldwide to provide open access to research information. OpenDOAR is building a comprehensive and authoritative list of institutional and subject-based repositories, as well as archives set up by funding agencies – like the National Institutes for Health in the USA or the Wellcome Trust in the UK and Europe. Users of the service are able to analyse repositories by location, type, the material they hold and other measures. This can be of use both to users wishing to find original research papers and for third-party “service providers”, like search engines or alert services, which need easy to use tools for developing tailored search services to suit specific user communities. Each of the OpenDOAR repositories has been visited by project staff to check the information that is recorded. This in-depth approach gives a quality-controlled list of repository features. In addition, while reviewing these archives, project staff are building a picture of the world-wide development of open access repositories, noting new features and directions. This information is being analysed to create the next version of the listing, with further information and categories being noted for each repository. In the meantime, the current list will continue to grow as new repositories are added. The project is a joint collaboration between the University of Nottingham in the UK and the Lund University in Sweden. Both institutions are active in supporting Open Access development. Lund operates the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), which is known throughout the world. Nottingham leads SHERPA, an institutional repository partnership that has helped establish Open Access archives in 20 leading UK research universities. Nottingham also runs the SHERPA/RoMEO database, which is used worldwide as a reference for publisher’s copyright policies. This has been added to Academic and Scholar Search Engines and Sources White Paper. This will be added to Academic Resources 2006 Internet MiniGuide. This has been added to Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This has been added to Directory Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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American Journal of Biblical Theology

March 31, 2006


American Journal of Biblical Theology

American Journal of Biblical Theology
http://www.biblicaltheology.com/

The purpose of the Journal of Biblical Theology is to provide an outlet for theologians and theology students in the field of Biblical Theology to share their research in a peer-reviewed monthly journal environment. Consequently, papers are invited to be submitted by graduate students and those who have completed graduate degrees in any field of Christian theology and/or biblical studies. It is not the intent of this journal to stifle religious thought or expression by specifying a narrow viewpoint concerning Biblical interpretation. Therefore, the only doctrinal statements that are adhered to in this journal serve to maintain its integrity as a journal of Biblical Theology. Though other theological schools may be published and represented, the context of the editors and reviewers will adhere to the following statement: a) The sole basis of authority for Biblical Theology is the Bible, and b) The Bible, in its original form, is without any mixture of error or contradiction. This has been added to Theology Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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