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  • Karger Online
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    Gateway to Karger Online medical journals.
  • Keesing’s World News Archive
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    Keesing's World News Archive contains about 95,000 unbiased, full-text reports of the most historically significant political, social, and economic events of the world since 1931. About 150 new articles are added each month. Among the events covered are elections and changes of government; wars, treaties, appointments, and diplomacy; terrorism and issues of internal security; legislation, budgets, economic developments and international agreements; actions by the UN and other international organizations; natural disasters, environmental issues, and scientific discoveries. In addition to keyword searching, there is a “Breaking History” feature providing historical analysis and context on today’s headlines. Each Breaking History article uses the Keesing’s archive to generate a full timeline with links to contemporary articles on the events dominating today’s news.
  • Kids Count Data Center
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    Over 100 indicators of child well-being, including economic status, health, safety, and risk factors on the local community, city, state, and national level. Use the data to create maps, graphs, and charts for use in presentations. From the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
  • Kikuzo II Visual for Libraries
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    Kikuzo II Visual for Libraries is a news retrieval service from the publisher of Japan’s second largest circulation newspaper, Asahi shinbun 朝日新聞. Coverage includes over 8,000,000 full-text articles as of January, 2009 from 1945 to the present. Currently viewable are full-text articles from 1985 to the present, clipped images from 2005 to the present, and entire page images from 1945 to 1989. It is searchable by keyword in the full-text module from 1985 to the present and in the page image from 1945 to 1984. The page image between 1985 and 1989 is searchable only by date. Eight (8) simultaneous accesses are shared among the consortium of currently ten (10) participating institutions.
  • King James Bible(UK)
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    The King James or Authorized Version of the Bible was printed in 1611 and became the standard edition of the Bible for nearly three centuries. Arguably the most influential single document for English literary studies, this fully searchable online version presents the full text (of the ‘He’ version) with all introductory matter, annotation, calendars, genealogies and tables.
  • KITLV Catalog
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    This is the catalog of the Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies. The records of Caribbean Abstracts can now be found in this catalog.
  • Knovel Chemistry & Nanotechnology Library
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    Knovel is a database for disciplines of chemistry and engineering. We have access to the Merck Index, handbooks and other reference books for chemistry and nanotechnology. Knovel also has a unit converter for all science and engineering calculations.
  • Knowledge Weavers
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    Multimedia health sciences education resources from the University of Utah includes animations, tutorials, and image banks.
  • Koseisha Zasshi Kiji Sakuin Shusei
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    The Koseisha database indexes magazines and periodical articles from the Meiji era 1868 to the present. It includes periodicals locally published in Japan as well as those published in neighboring countries during the colonial times. The database is linked with the National Diet Library’s Zasshi Kiji Sakuin (Japanese Periodical Index of 19,514 journals held by the NDL as of 4/6/10; find the journal list at: http://www.ndl.go.jp/jp/data/sakuin/sakuin_index.html), the National Institute of Informatics’ CiNii (a research article index; find the journal list at: http://ci.nii.ac.jp/cinii/servlet/DirTop?USELANG=en) and Webcat (a union catalog of the academic libraries in Japan). A journal list of the Koseisha database is not available. The number of simultaneous accesses is shared among the consortium of currently thirty-two (32) participating institutions.