Let's what happened with databases in November. As you can see we are getting closer and very soon we will catch up and post about the new 2011.
Hundreds of Native American Languages in One Big Site (ResourceShelf)
http://www.native-languages.orghas 2000 pages about several hundred Native American languages
Resource of the Week: Suicide Attack Database (ResourceShelf)
The Chicago Project on Security and Terrorism (CPOST) maintains a searchable database on all suicide attacks from 1981 to 2007 and additional years will be added. ( You can browse by Location, Group, Campaign, Target Type, Weapon and Gender)
New Online Service: "LISA: Real-time Monitoring of State Legislative Action" ( ResourceShelf)
This PAID resource helps government librarians ( besides politicians and journalists, I wonder who else is going to use LISA?)to track the "pre-filing of bills with state legislatures before the 2011 session year begins."
U.S. Government Printing Office content available through EBSCO Discovery Service (Library Technology Guides)
Customers will be able to search for federal records from the Government Printing Office's Catalog of U.S. Government Publications.
EBSCO Discovery Service will now offer to its customers GPO ( Government Printing Office) resources, including: Congressional Serial Set Catalog, Congressional Publications, GPO Access Publications, Internet Publications, Periodicals and Serials.
Elsevier Delves Into Visual Search (E-Content)
Elsevier lunched Image Search which helps users search more than 15 million images, tables, figures, graphs and videos from trusted, peer-reviewed sources.
U.S.: Online Database: Images: Landscaping: "What's Out There" ( ResourceShelf)
Database for landscape design Spanning over two centuries of American landscape design, the What’s Out The landscape database is searchable by landscape name, locale, designer, type, and style.