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Repository solely dedicated to sharing works created by nurses. It is an open-access digital academic and clinical focused service that freely collects, preserves, and disseminates full-text nursing research, educational, and evidence-based practice materials in a variety of formats and item types. The repository is a resource of Sigma Theta Tau International (Sigma).

All nurses (BSN and above from an accredited program) are invited to submit works according to the policies of this repository. These works may be authored by a single nurse, multiple nurses, or a collaborative group that includes a nurse. The nurse does not need to be the lead author. There is no fee to submit, and authors retain copyright to their materials allowing nurses to maintain control of their work via a self-archiving process.

Anyone with Internet access may view the materials posted in the repository at no charge without registering or logging in. Registration/login is required to submit materials or sign up for posting notifications of new materials.

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Research Guides Nursing

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Guide to sources of alternative media, including those media concerned with Environment & Ecology, Gender and Race Issues & Organizations, Media Literacy and Education, Peace, General Reference, News, Magazines & Journalism, and Politics and World Issues. Both a thematic and an alphabetical list is also available. Links are provided to the resources, although some are electronic publications that require subscription for full access. Many are available to UK affiliates and can be accessed via the E-Journals Database.

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Vendor Name UK College of Communications and Information Studies and the Libraries

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Research Guides Communication Journalism and Telecommunications,

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Vrouwengeschiedenis in het Vaktijdschrift (ViVa) is a bibliography of women's history in 149 historical and women's studies journals published in English, French, German, Dutch, Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish.

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Vendor Name International Institute of Social History

Coverage 1975 - present

Research Guides Anthropology German Studies, History, Women's and Gender Studies,

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Searchable database of women writers and artists of color in North America, including Asian, Black, Latina, and Native women. Each individual author page contains biographical and bibliographical information, images, and links to other websites on the author or artist. The entry pages can be searched with the following criteria: by name, by place of birth or residence, by significant dates, and by ethnic/racial identity.

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Vendor Name University of Minnesota Department of English

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Research Guides English Literature & Language,

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Vrouwengeschiedenis in het Vaktijdschrift (ViVa) is a bibliography of women's history in 149 historical and women's studies journals published in English, French, German, Dutch, Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish.

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Vendor Name International Institute of Social History

Coverage 1975 - present

Research Guides Anthropology, German Studies, History, Women's and Gender Studies,

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