Databases & E-Reference Materials
Indexes periodicals published worldwide on architecture, archaeology, interior design, and historic preservation. Covers the international scholarly and popular periodical literature, including the publications of professional associations, US state and regional periodicals, major serial publications in the architecture and design of Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Australia.
University of Oklahoma Libraries has licensed this database for 5 simultaneous users.
For information about using this database, view the publisher's online tutorial.Related Subjects: Architecture
Streaming academic video content, including acclaimed and award-winning interdisciplinary documentaries, independent non-fiction films, training and instructional videos, foreign films and shorts, and other educational titles.
NOTE: AVON video access is mediated. This means that any video not currently licensed for use will require the user to request access. Access is being enabled for class use with instructor approval.
OU Libraries is currently trialing the entire Academic Video Online collection. All films on the platform are accessible without mediation from February 1st - April 1st, 2024.
This six-volume set provides comprehensive information and evaluations on musicians from all musical genres.
This open access collection provides access to the digitized histories of civil rights activism by Black, Latine, Indigenous, Asian American, and Pacific Islander communities. Materials are drawn from universities, public libraries, community archives, and historical societies and include photographs, unofficial letters, correspondence, demonstration plan outlines, meeting minutes, newsreels, interviews, and musical recordings. This collection is actively being developed in stages and is targeted for completion at the end of 2025.
This reference work provides descriptions of the taxonomy, systematics, ecology, physiology and other biological properties of all named prokaryotic taxa.
This database indexes western-language articles and book chapters on East, Southeast, and South Asia. All subjects are covered with special focus on the humanities and social sciences.
University of Oklahoma Libraries has licensed this database for an unlimited number of simultaneous users.International & Area Studies | History of Science | History
Covers Native North American history, life, and culture from the Human Relations Area Files (HRAF). Materials indexed include the cumulative eight volumes of the Ethnographic Bibliography of North America, books, journal articles, essays, conference papers, dissertations and U.S. government documents. This database was formerly known as Bibliography of Native North Americans.
University of Oklahoma Libraries has licensed this database for 4 simultaneous users.Anthropology | Performing Arts | Native American Studies | Fine Arts | History
Covers European and American visual arts material published between 1975 and 2007. Also see International Bibliography of Art (IBA) for material published after 2007.
University Libraries has licensed this resource for an unlimited number of simultaneous users.Related Subjects: Fine Arts
The Big Ten Geoportal provides access to geospatial resources, including GIS datasets, web services, and digitized historical maps. The resources in the portal are selected and curated by librarians and geospatial specialists at twelve research institutions in the Big Ten Academic Alliance.
This two-volume set includes approximately 1550 biographical sketches on astronomers from antiquity to modern times.