New Databases: BASE , Caribbean Search, MarineTraffic.com, Aerospace State-by-State, Doctor Finder, The World of Words AND NetOwl

Read the post if you are interested in finding and learning more about databases during the months of July, August and September.


EBSCO Launches a New Database: Caribbean Search
(Resourceshelf)
With 730 Caribbean journals, newspapers, reports and reference books, EBSCO is the largest Caribbean full text database.

LexisNexis Enriches Content with SRA’s NetOwl (E-Content)
Lexis implements text analytics tool NetOwl

Free From LexisNexis — Special Needs Trusts: Compiled Free Downloads (ResourceShelf)
You don’t have to be a librarian to know that Lexis-Nexis legal database vendor doesn’t have too many free offers, so take advantage of this one.

Resource of the Week: MarineTraffic.com (ResourceShelf)
Ship tracking site, pretty cool, take a look.

Large Database of Children’s Books Now Available (ResearchBuzz)
The World of Words ( from University of Arizona) : largest database of non-US children’s books.

Cornell's Legal Information Institute Partners with Nolo To Add New Content to Wex Legal Dictionary and Encyclopedia(ResourceShelf)
Legal Information Institute (LII) will publish Nolo’s Law Dictionary on Wex ( LII's legal dictionary and encyclopedia).

Local Databases: Connecticut: "Database Helps Consumers Track Licensed Tradespeople (ResourceShelf)
It will be great if every state not only Connecticut has database where you can check if contractor or a doctor operates without a license.

Industry Data: Aerospace Industries Association Launches New Web-Based State-by-State Database (ResourceShelf)
Resourceshelf blog found out that " The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) has launched a new tool on its website that provides a one-stop source for information on employment, payroll, average wages and the number of aerospace establishments in all 50 states and selected metropolitan areas"

Finding the Right Doctor Made Easier: Insider Pages Launches Doctor Finder (ReadWriteWeb)
Insider Pages launched Doctor (and dentist) Finder tool, which can be limited by distance, insurance, gender and experience.

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