Biology Resources will give you a starting point for your research and class assignments. The Biology guide includes Top Resources, Databases, E-Journals and much more.
The University Libraries are committed to making our digital collections as accessible as possible to a global audience. As part of our commitment, selected images from the Libraries’ unique digital collections are now available for purchase. Choose your favorite, and order a print or poster today.
African & African American Studies Resources will give you a starting point for your research and class assignments. The African & African American Studies guide includes Top Resources, Databases, E-Journals and much more.
Project MUSE provides full-text online editions of over 300 scholarly journals in the arts, humanities, and social sciences published by The Johns Hopkins University Press and other scholarly publishers. Searchers can conduct queries across all included journals, or choose selected or individual journals. Leads to full-text articles in the project journals, largely in the disciplines of Cultural Studies, History, Literature, Philosophy, Political Science, Religion and Theater.
Periodicals Index Online (PIO) , formerly PCI - Periodicals Content Index, indexes over 5,000 academic and popular periodicals published from as early as the late 17th century through 1995 (or last date of publication) in the arts, humanities, and social sciences.
Mergent Online provides current profiles of U.S. and international publicly-traded companies. Profiles include a business summary, recent news, up to 15 years of financial data, institutional holdings, inside owners, subsidiaries, major competitors, and more.
James Maynard is the Associate Curator of the Poetry Collection and is available for research consultations.
David J. Bertuca is the University at Buffalo Libraries Map Librarian and is available for research consultations.
CJ Keough, manager of the UB Libraries Annex, oversees the daily operations of the Annex and is committed to providing quality service to all library users.