PLOS, a nonprofit publisher dedicated to open research communication, provides more than 33,000 articles on science and medicine, with 90,000+ contributors involved in the peer review process.
Points to the Past provides access to primary source material dating from 1450 to 2008, with access to over half a million books, digitized newspapers (The Economist, Financial Times, and more), 6.5 million manuscript pages, maps, photos, pamphlets, sermons and poems. Includes titles from the Smithsonian, publications and archives of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, documents from the Slavery and Anti-Slavery Transnational Archive, treaties, state papers, declassified documents, British literary manuscripts, and more.
Available in the library and at home within BC.
Digital versions of current newspapers and magazines from all over the world, in dozens of languages. Search by country, language or name of newspaper. Includes today's Vancouver Sun, Province, and Globe & Mail. Rolling archives of all papers, from 5 to 90 days.