History of Science, Medicine, and Technology

Historical Business Periodicals

By Array on July 31, 2018

This collection contains Advertising Periodicals, 1815-1888 featuring periodicals that were primarily used as advertising vehicles for businesses and industries, including medicine, fashion, business, industry, agriculture, and others in the 19th century, and Business and General Education Period...

History of Science and Medicine Periodicals

By Array on July 31, 2018

Collection includes Alternative Medicine and Health Periodicals, 1810-1877 that cover the concept of healthy living and alternative medicine exploring such movements as electrology, homeopathy, hydrotherapy, magnetism, phrenology, and Thomsonian medicine in the 19th century. Also includes America...

Agriculture Periodicals Collection

By Array on July 26, 2018

This collection contains periodicals on farming-related activities and technologies in various parts of the United States from late 18th century to 19th century such as Agricultural Periodicals from the Northeastern US, 1789-1879, Agricultural Periodicals from the Southern, Midwestern, and Wester...

Ovid databases, ebook and ejournals now available

By Ruth Lewis on June 29, 2018

Starting July 1, 2018, Ovid will no longer require a Username and Password to access and will be available to all WU users. In addition to databases (Ovid Medline and Health and Psychosocial Instruments), it will include over 1000 fulltext ebooks and over 500 fulltext ejournals. Many thanks to Be...

New BrowZine Web Features

By Alison Verbeck on May 30, 2018

Now you can share an article with a colleague through BrowZine.  Under the Share option in BrowZine Web, users may click “Copy Link to Article.” With these links, BrowZine automatically routes to the correct source.  If the user is off campus or even affiliated with another institutio...

1findr and more on Dimensions

By Ruth Lewis on April 30, 2018

The announcement of the launch of 1findr makes me wonder how many other products like this are in the pipeline. The free version of 1findr looks useful and worth exploring. The database so far contains records of “90 million peer-reviewed journal articles”. It seems logical to me that...