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.