At the moment AIO is supported by its institutional users, but it is free to individual users.
5,000 entries of information from books and journals in the fields of applied linguistics and English language teaching.
Full profiles provide an instant guide to history, politics, and economic background of countries. Includes audio and video clips from the BBC archives.
Read or research scripture online in your chosen language or translation.
This is a consortium of 29 institutions in the UK and Ireland. CURL's mission is to increase the ability of research libraries to share resources for the benefit of the local, national and international research community. This is a freely available service allowing the catalogues of CURL Member and other libraries to be searched from a single point.
Dept. of State web site. The GIAL Library also keeps the two most recent Background Notes in print in the filing cabinets located in the Journal Area.
This site links to many mono- and bilingual dictionaries, all online.
Search Publications by title, author, category, serial publications and journals or online publications. Search the SIL Bibliography by author, country, serials or subject indexes. Software includes a link to the Lingualinks bookshelf.
Looks at the study of mathematical practices of specific cultural groups in the course of dealing with their environmental problems and activities.
This 12-volume encyclopedia published between 1901-1906 is now available online.
Highlights people of the world with the least exposure to the gospel.
Check first with GIAL catalog to see if we carry the journal title you want. You can order articles directly from Kluwer Online.
Access the Linguist journal table of contents, link with on-line linguistic sources, and interact with Linguist with your postings.
Research laws by federal or state resources, legal topic index or international index.
NationMaster is a massive central data source and a handy way to graphically compare nations. NationMaster is a vast compilation of data from such sources as the CIA World Factbook, UN, and OECD. Using the form above, you can generate maps and graphs on all kinds of statistics with ease. (Refdesk.com)
Covers over 160 different alphabets, syllabaries, and other writing systems.
at allows you to type in the bibliographic data and automatically formats it for you in MLA, Turabian, APA or Chicago formats!
Has maps from around the world.
This site features cartograms, maps showing global regions "re-sized according to the subject of interest." Some of the many map subjects include births, total population, children, elderly, refugees, immigrants, tourism, transportation, and imports and exports. Maps are available in a printable poster format, and are accompanied by explanatory text and data files. A collaboration among the University of Sheffield (England), University of Michigan, and other groups.Copyright 2006 by Librarians' Internet Index.
updated June 27, 2011