- Wall Street Journal
Homepage and current issues of the Wall Street Journal.
- Wall Street Journal @ ProQuest
Full text of the Wall Street Journal, Eastern Edition, from 1984-present. All articles included, but not advertisements, illustrations, or photographs.
- Washington Post
Homepage and current issues of the Washington Post.
- Washington Post @ ProQuest
Full text of the Washington Post from 1987-present. All articles included, but not advertisements, illustrations, or photographs.
- Webster's Third New International Dictionary, Unabridged
First published in 1961, this online edition incorporates subsequent updates to take account of current usage. Comprising over 450,000 vocabulary definitions, each with etymological and phonological descriptions, this unparalleled dictionary is presented here in fully searchable form.
- Women's Studies in Video
Women's Studies in Video provides documentaries and films covering the study of gender, feminism, women’s history, media studies, and politics. This collection addresses issues of social justice, gender/sexual identity, political activism and are the focus and provide insight into the contributions of women to history, culture, and society.
- World Data Analyst
Current and historical statistics on 217 countries. Includes: Country Snapshots, with maps and statistics; Country Comparisons, with user-created tables and graphs comparing countries using recent and historical statistics; Ranked Statistics, with user-created comparisons of economic or population measures or significant geographic features. From Encyclopaedia Britannica.
- World History Collection (EBSCOHost)
Contains full-text articles from over 130 journals, many peer-reviewed, with coverage from 1964-present. Topics include anthropology, art, culture, economics, government, heritage, military, politics, regional issues, and more.
- World History in Video
World History in Video is a wide-ranging collection of critically acclaimed documentaries that explore human history from the earliest civilizations to the late twentieth century. Its global reach encompasses Africa and the Americas, Asia and Europe, the Middle East and Oceania. Its unparalleled geographical and chronological coverage captures longer-term and multiple perspectives, so students of history, anthropology, sociology, and many other social sciences disciplines can make connections across cultures and over time.
- World Newsreels Online, 1929-1966
World Newsreels Online, 1929–1966 lets today’s students and historians see what those audiences in movie theaters saw. This landmark online collection will include nine newsreel series from four countries: the United States, Japan, France, and the Netherlands. In the years before and during World War II, newsreels had profound political and social impact because topical coverage was broad: health, scientific and industrial progress, religion, sports, fashion, politics, meteorology, agriculture, and disasters. In war times, the newsreel became important as a propaganda tool. Today, newsreels provide a clear archive of how governments shared news, manipulated facts, and influenced their populaces. These films are often the only audio-visual record that remains of historical and cultural events, making them a powerful resource for historians and students of politics, sports, economics, media studies, and other areas.
- WorldCat (FirstSearch)
Comprehensive catalog of books, videos, and other materials held by over 15,000 domestic and international libraries.
- WorldCat Dissertations and Theses (FirstSearch)
Index of all dissertations, theses, and published material based on dissertations and theses cataloged by WorldCat participants. Links to openly available electronic copies are provided when available.
Comprehensive catalog of books, videos, and other materials held by over 15,000 domestic and international libraries. WorldCat.Org is a friendlier interface than the FirstSearch version of WorldCat. You should create an account and put in the Library's zip code, 30535. Then you'll see our holdings first. You can request most books you find through Interlibrary Loan and there's a convenient link for you to use.