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Registry of U.S. Government Publication Digitization Projects

February 13, 2006

Registry of U.S. Government Publication Digitization Projects
http://www.gpoaccess.gov/legacy/registry/

The Registry contains records for projects that include digitized copies of publications originating from the U.S. Government. The projects may or may not be Federally funded. They are from libraries, government agencies, or other non-profit institutions. The projects in the Registry are either entirely composed of digitized, U.S. Government publications or include a substantial number of them. Access to the digitized material must be free. In the rare case where a publication includes an element that is copyrighted, e.g. an image, the metadata in the Other Information section of the Registry entries will indicate that distinction. A Registry project entry typically includes a multi-volume publication title, a publication series title, or a specific range of a Federal agency’s publications, i.e. a set of publications identified by a classification range or by years of publication. Digitization projects are initiatives to create digitized collections of these sets of resources. Project entries derive from voluntary and solicited contributions from Federal depository and other libraries, Federal and other government agencies, and other non-profit institutions. GPO will input entries for the collections it digitizes. Project entries may include information about planned, in-process, ongoing, and complete projects. Contributors may update their entries at any time to update the status of their project or to change other information as needed. The goal is to provide comprehensive coverage of all appropriate digitization projects that include Federal publications. This has been added to Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This will be added to Academic Resources 2006 Internet MiniGuide. This will be added to Academic and Scholar Search Engines and Sources White Paper.

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Chmoogle™ – Open-Access Chemistry Search Engine

February 13, 2006

Chmoogle™ – Open-Access Chemistry Search Engine
http://www.chmoogle.com/

Chmoogle™ is the leading open-access chemistry search engine. Chmoogle’s mission is to discover, curate and index all of the public chemical information in the world, and make it available to the public for free. Chmoogle distinguishes itself by extremely fast searches, an appealing presentation of results, high-quality chemical drawings, and powerful advanced search capabilities like persistent hitlists and hitlist logic operations. Chmoogle puts the world’s most powerful cheminformatics system into the hands of the “common chemist.” This has been added to the tools section of Research Resurces Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Genetic Science Learning Center

February 13, 2006

Genetic Science Learning Center
http://gslc.genetics.utah.edu/

The Genetic Science Learning Center is an outreach education program located in the midst of bioscience research at the University of Utah. Their mission is to help people understand how genetics affects their lives and society. To achieve this mission, they present education offerings for various audiences, including: This website, which delivers interactive and print-based resources, free of charge, to Internet users worldwide. The website has two main components: a) Information and activities: These address standards for science education, and are accessible to all users from the homepage, and b) Teacher Resources and Lesson Plans: These are accessible from the top right of any page. They include PDF-based Print-and-Go™ classroom activities and teacher guides for all materials. This has been added to Biological Informatics Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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eMail Etiquette

February 13, 2006


eMail Etiquette

eMail Etiquette
http://www.emailreplies.com/

This site explains how to send effective email replies. It discusses why email etiquette is necessary, lists email etiquette rules, and explains how to enforce these rules by creating a company email policy. This has been added to Reference Resources Subject Tracer™ Informaion Blog.

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Registry of U.S. Government Publication Digitization Projects

February 13, 2006

Registry of U.S. Government Publication Digitization Projects
http://www.gpoaccess.gov/legacy/registry/

The Registry contains records for projects that include digitized copies of publications originating from the U.S. Government. The projects may or may not be Federally funded. They are from libraries, government agencies, or other non-profit institutions. The projects in the Registry are either entirely composed of digitized, U.S. Government publications or include a substantial number of them. Access to the digitized material must be free. In the rare case where a publication includes an element that is copyrighted, e.g. an image, the metadata in the Other Information section of the Registry entries will indicate that distinction. A Registry project entry typically includes a multi-volume publication title, a publication series title, or a specific range of a Federal agency’s publications, i.e. a set of publications identified by a classification range or by years of publication. Digitization projects are initiatives to create digitized collections of these sets of resources. Project entries derive from voluntary and solicited contributions from Federal depository and other libraries, Federal and other government agencies, and other non-profit institutions. GPO will input entries for the collections it digitizes. Project entries may include information about planned, in-process, ongoing, and complete projects. Contributors may update their entries at any time to update the status of their project or to change other information as needed. The goal is to provide comprehensive coverage of all appropriate digitization projects that include Federal publications. This has been added to Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This will be added to Academic Resources 2006 Internet MiniGuide. This will be added to Academic and Scholar Search Engines and Sources White Paper.

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Chmoogle™ – Open-Access Chemistry Search Engine

February 13, 2006

Chmoogle™ – Open-Access Chemistry Search Engine
http://www.chmoogle.com/

Chmoogle™ is the leading open-access chemistry search engine. Chmoogle’s mission is to discover, curate and index all of the public chemical information in the world, and make it available to the public for free. Chmoogle distinguishes itself by extremely fast searches, an appealing presentation of results, high-quality chemical drawings, and powerful advanced search capabilities like persistent hitlists and hitlist logic operations. Chmoogle puts the world’s most powerful cheminformatics system into the hands of the “common chemist.” This has been added to the tools section of Research Resurces Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Accessibility Resources White Paper Link Compilation

February 12, 2006

Accessibility Resources White Paper Link Compilation
http://WhitePapers.VirtualPrivateLibrary.net/Accessibility Resources.pdf

The above is the associated white paper link compilation of the Accessibility Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog by Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A. It is a 18 page .pdf document 782KB. [Updated June 12, 2009] Other white papers are available by clicking here.

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Accessibility Resources White Paper Link Compilation

February 11, 2006

Accessibility Resources White Paper Link Compilation
http://WhitePapers.VirtualPrivateLibrary.net/Accessibility Resources.pdf

The above is the associated white paper link compilation of the Accessibility Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog by Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A. It is a 18 page .pdf document 782KB. [Updated June 12, 2009] Other white papers are available by clicking here.

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eServiceInfo – Service Manuals, Electronic Components Datasheets and Equipment Schematics Database

February 11, 2006

eServiceInfo – Service Manuals, Electronic Components Datasheets and Equipment Schematics Database
http://www.eserviceinfo.com/

Here you can find free datasheets, service manuals, schema, schematic diagrams and software downloads, service menu and mode information, code calculators for many brands of equipment. Service manuals, schematics, documentation, programs, electronics, hobby …. Here one can find information about many different types of equipment: tv ( plasma, tft-lcd, widescreen, hdtv ), dvd, vcr, car audio,gsm,digital camera, computer monitors (tft-lcd panels or conventional crt), test equipment, power supplies and many more digital and analogue electronic devices. There is also datasheet information about integrated circuits diagrams, diodes, transistors, operational amplifiers, pic, pcb design etc. One can find software, programs, eprom, eeprom, bin files used in equipment repair. Most files are pdf and djvu formats, zip or rar compressed. All users may add their files to the system. This has been added to Reference Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Database of Virtual Art

February 11, 2006


Database of Virtual Art

Database of Virtual Art
http://www.virtualart.at/

The Database of Virtual Art documents the rapidly evolving field of digital installation art. This complex, research-oriented overview of immersive, interactive, telematic and genetic art has been developed in cooperation with established media artists, researchers and institutions. The web-based, cost-free instrument – appropriate to the needs of process art – allows individuals to post material themselves. Compiling video documentation, technical data, interfaces, displays, and literature offers a unique answer to the needs of the field. All works can be linked with exhibiting institutions, events and bibliographical references. Over time the richly interlinked data will also serve as a predesessor for the crucial systematic preservation of this art. This will be added to Reference Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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