Cambridge Companions to Music provide clear and accessible information on composers, instruments or musical topics. Each volume provides specially-commissioned essays by leading authorities offering comprehensive coverage of the topic.
This is a web interface to aggregate data from the United Kingdom Census of Population. Access is provided to England, Wales, and Scotland 2001, 1991, 1981, 1971 data and 2001 and 1991 Northern Ireland data.
These large and complex datasets comprise counts of persons and households with particular characteristics for various geographical units. Note: Casweb will NOT provide access to 2011 Census data. This will be available through InFuse. Casweb is part of the UK Data Service and requires registration. It is available to members of the UK higher and further education institutions.
Provides access to and support for the resources of the population censuses from 1971 to 2011. Includes the output of the census geography data and look-up tables, the aggregate statistics, the flow (interaction) data, anonymised microdata, and digitised boundary datasets of the UK for use with GIS.
The population census is a vital resource for social scientific research and policy development, providing a snapshot of demographic and social life in the UK that helps inform government policy at local and central level. As part of the newly established UK Data Service registration is required. Currently access is only available to academic users. Some data, such as Samples of Anonymised Records (SARS) may require registered users to agree to special licence conditions before use. UK Data Service Census Support covers the census services previously provided by the Census Dissemination Unit (CDU), the Centre for Census and Survey Research (CCSR) the Centre for Interaction Data Estimation and Research (CIDER) and UKBORDERS.
Economic and social statistics for China. Provides comprehensive information on China’s economic development at national, provincial, city, county and industrial levels. Also provides a unique collection of various Census data at province, city, county and township levels of Mainland China.
CINAHL provides authoritative coverage of the literature related to midwifery, nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, podiatry, health education and other related subject areas.
CINAHL content includes full text for more than 760 journals and it indexes more than 4,900 journals. CINAHL Subject Headings follow the structure of the Medical Subject Headings, or MeSH, used by the National Library of Medicine. This structure has been used to develop 14,382 subject headings which reflect the terminology used by midwifery, nursing and allied health professionals.
The Cochrance Library is known as the home the Cochrane Reviews, the "gold standard" systematic reviews in healthcare interventions. But it also contains information about other systematic reviews, randomised controlled trials, economic evaluations and health technology assessments.
Part of the Web of Knowledge database. Indexes the published literature of the most significant conferences, symposia, seminars, colloquia workshops and conventions in a wide range of disciplines in science and technology.
Provides access to individual-level demographic data from the manuscript census enumerator's books and two major collections of aggregate-level demographic data - the Great Britain Historical Database and the Database of Welsh Historical Statistics.
Users may order online subsets from the transcribed census enumerators' books of the 1881 census for England and Wales. Specific tables from the Great Britain Historical Database and the Database of Welsh Historical Statistics may also be ordered. The CHCC is part of the UK Data Service and registration is required. Currently access to CHCC is only available to members of the UK higher and further education community conducting not-for-profit research and/or teaching and learning.
Copac brings together the catalogues of over 100 major UK and Irish libraries. In a single search you can discover the holdings of the UK’s national libraries (including the British Library), many University libraries, and specialist research libraries.
Researchers and educators use Copac to save time in their research, to quickly and easily discover and locate resources, to check document details, review materials in their field, and assess the rarity of materials etc. Searching Copac means you are searching a wide and varied range of library catalogues, from the collections of the Oxford and Cambridge universities to the libraries at the National Trust and Kew’s Botanical Gardens.
The Course Collections contain stock in the highest demand and in a variety of media such as course books, articles, lecture notes, dvds and key journal articles, many of which are now available online. Access to these items is via WebCat, and is available 24/7.
You can search for these resources in the usual way using, for example, an author/title search. However, if you want to view all items for a specific unit / course you should: Login to Library Search with your User Name & Password (or your student/staff number & Library PIN); Select Course Collections; Enter the course code, e.g. HIST1080; Select Search by Course Code. This will produce a list of all the items (physical and online stock) held for that course. Stock available online will have [electronic resource] after the title.
This collection of time series data, originally collected by Arthur S. Banks, provides country level, annual data on a range of social and political topics. The earliest data is from 1815. The data can be downloaded in Excel format.
The topics covered by the data include population, computer use, domestic conflict events, elections, energy, transport, industry, media, communications, military, government finance, politics, education, trade and urbanisation. Please note that the optional LINKS files are not included in our subscription. For further information go to: http://www.databanksinternational.com
Campbell systematic reviews follow structured guidelines and standards for summarizing the international research evidence on the effects of interventions in crime and justice, education, international development, and social welfare