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CAMIO® — OCLC's Catalog of Art Museum Images Online — is a growing online collection documenting works of art from around the world, representing the collections of prominent museums.
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The fully functioning database now already covers more than 8500 Illustrators active in natural history, medicine, technology and various sciences in more than 75 countries roughly between 1450 and 1950.
Floratheca a database of botanical illustration, from the archives of the Botanical Garden, University of Warsaw. The database includes photographs, prints, drawings and newspaper clippings that have been digitized and developed in the framework of "Digital Heritage" National Audiovisual Institute.
MetPublications includes a description and table of contents for almost every title, as well as information about the authors, reviews, and awards, and links to related Met titles by author and theme. Current in-print titles may be previewed and fully searched online, with links to purchase the books. The full contents of almost all other titles may be read online, searched, or downloaded as a PDF, at no cost. Books can be read and searched through the Google Book program, an initiative to maximize access to the Met’s books.
Very brief background of nature printing history and bibliography of published works.
Images collected from the sources in the Biodiversity Heritage Library
Over 175,000 scientific research articles and more than 20,000 paintings, photographs, drawings, and other images.
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A digital library of scholarly resources from and about Africa
Bibliographic Index of an OCLC collection of scholarly journals
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Digitized materials from the Bibliothèque nationale de France.
A searchable database of 12 million historical copyright-free images. The photos and drawings are sourced from more than 600 million library book pages scanned in by the Internet Archive organisation.
ePIC is a major project to bring together all of Kew's digitised information about plants and make it easier to search. You can use it to pinpoint information of interest in our varied collections, bibliographies, nomenclators and checklists, publications and taxonomic works, as well as links to information resources provided by external organisations.
Persée is a program which was created for the digital publication of scientific journals in the field of the humanities. The entire printed collection of journals is digitized and published online through a portal which offers access to the collections as well as advanced functionalities which facilitate and enhance use of the portal’s resources. The French journals in the field of humanities constitute a rich scientific heritage. Their digitization and online publication aim to fulfill a triple objective: promote scientific publications in French; facilitate free access to the results of scientific research; furnish the scientific community with tools for research and documentation.