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The Data Liberation Initiative (DLI) provides Canadian academic institutions with access to Statistics Canada data files and databases for teaching and research.
This resource can only be used by current students, faulty/staff.
Debates of the House of Commons of Canada, beginning with the 1st Parliament (November 6, 1867) to 35th Parliament (January 17, 1994). Journals of the House of Commons of Canada are also available.
Debates of the House of Commons of Canada, beginning with the 35th Parliament (January 17, 1994 to present). Journals of the House of Commons of Canada are also available.
Defining Gender incorporates primary source material from collections of ephemera, diaries, periodicals, letters, poetry, books and pamphlets of doubtless interest to those researching history, literature, sociology or education from a gendered perspective. Content in this collection is arranged into five sections: I Conduct and Politeness, II Domesticity and the Family, III Consumption and Leisure, IV Education and Sensibility, V The Body.
Depository Services Program (DSP) contains links to Government of Canada publications which are part of the electronic library maintained by the Depository Services Program. It provides a central and comprehensive distribution source from which published Government of Canada (GC) information would be sent to academic, college, legislative and public libraries, as well as to federal parliamentarians and departmental libraries. While it no longer distributes tangible publications, the Program continues to provide a persistent, online, freely available collection of electronic publications, and continues to develop an online bibliographic database of tangible–format publications.
desLibris is a multidisciplinary platform which host several Canadian collections of reports and ebooks, including the Canadian Electronic Library Publishers Collection. The Canadian Electronic Library Publishers Collection is a collection of English and French ebooks from Canadian publishers. Included in these are the major Canadian University Presses. Much of this collection is authored, edited and produced by Canadians, and many of the titles are from Canada's leading scholarly publishers.
The Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online documents persons who died between the years 1000 and 1930. Some online bibliographies are also available for persons who died between 1931 and 2000.
The Dictionary of Literary Biography Online provides more than 16,000 biographical and critical essays on the lives, works, and careers of the world's most influential literary figures from all eras and genres.
The Dictionary of Old English (DOE) Online uses twenty-first century technology to define the vocabulary of the first six centuries (C.E. 600-1150) of the English language. The DOE complements the Middle English Dictionary (which covers the period C.E. 1100-1500) and the Oxford English Dictionary; the three together provide a full description of the vocabulary of the English language.
The Dictionary of Old English (DOE) Web Corpus is the textual databank for the ongoing Dictionary of Old English. It covers the period 600-1150 A.D. and complements the Middle English Dictionary (for 1100-1500 A.D.) and the Oxford English Dictionary. The DOE Web Corpus contains at least one copy of every surviving text in Old English, encompassing a rich diversity of records written on parchment, carved in stone, and inscribed on jewelry. These texts fall into several categories: prose, poetry, glosses to Latin texts, and inscriptions. Within the prose category there is a wide range of texts: saints' lives, sermons, biblical translations, penitential writings, chronicles, laws, charters and wills, land records, and medical, calendrical, astronomical, astrological, and magical texts.
Dictionnaires d'autrefois is an ARTFL database containing French dictionaries of the 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.
Digital Theatre+ is an educational platform for English and the Performing Arts, and provides access to theatre productions and educational resources. All of the work is created in-house in association with some of the UK's leading theatre practitioners, film makers and academics.
Diotima is as an interdisciplinary resource for the study of patterns of gender around the ancient Mediterranean, and a forum for collaboration among instructors who teach courses about women and gender in the ancient world. It includes course materials, the beginnings of a systematic and searchable bibliography, and links to many on-line resources, including articles, book reviews, databases, and images.
The Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB) is an online directory that indexes and provides access to high quality, open access, peer-reviewed books. It is open to all publishers who publish academic, peer reviewed books in Open Access and should contain as many books as possible, provided that these publications are in Open Access and meet academic standards.