Full text articles and transcripts from news sources, business magazines, and websites with international and foreign language coverage. Includes daily newspapers, television transcripts, newswires, and all editions of the Wall Street Journal. Financial information for publicly traded companies, stocks, funds, currencies, and common market indexes. Limited to 7 simultaneous users. PLEASE NOTE: Due to our academic Factiva subscription, thousands of titles are unavailable, and those change daily. Other sources to consider include Newsbank and Proquest Global Newstream.

FamilySearch is a nonprofit genealogy organization sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Search the catalog of genealogical materials (including books, online materials, microfilm, microfiche, and publications) made available by FamilySearch online and in libraries and centers worldwide.

Access to digitized content is limited to the computers located in Wilson Library.

The Medieval Feminist Index covers journal articles, book reviews, and essays in books about women, sexuality, and gender during the Middle Ages.

A bibliographical resource offering coverage of hundreds of the world's foremost academic and popular film journals right up to the present day. Many of these key titles are available here in full text including complete runs.

This database can be used to find research articles on film studies' topics. Aspects covered include theory, preservation & restoration, writing, production, cinematography, reviews (back to 1914) and more. The database allows full searching of more than 270 publications and selected coverage of 300 more. Articles are available for more than 80 journals and texts from nearly 50 books. If the article you are interested in is not available online, click the Find It-button to see if the article is available in another library database, or to see if the library has the article in print.

This web portal combines three research databases in the film studies area: FIAF International Film Database Plus (info), AFI Film Catalog (info), and Film Index International (info).

Filmakers Library Online provides award-winning documentaries with relevance across the curriculum"”race and gender studies, human rights, globalization and global studies, multiculturalism, international relations, criminal justice, the environment, bioethics, health, political science and current events, psychology, arts, literature, and more. It presents points of view and historical and current experiences from diverse cultures and traditions world-wide.

Libraries Media Services homepage. Includes search widget used to search for films and videos in the Libraries at the University of Minnesota. Simplified interface for searching film and videos in MNCAT, the library catalog.

Current students, faculty, and staff must register and create personal accounts using University of Minnesota e-mail addresses at the link below. Once registered, you can use your account to log in to the FT.com from anywhere on any device by clicking on the "Sign in" link in the upper right-hand corner.

Guest access for non-affiliated users is available at the CD-ROM workstation (computer ID: ULPAWil-101-ROM) located in the Smart Commons area of Wilson Library basement.

Digital archive of the Financial Times, the leading daily business newspaper of Britain and Europe, covering 1888-2016. Search and download articles or full pages that include articles, advertisement, charts, illustrations, photographs, and supplementary content.

This is one of the more comprehensive and easy-to-use web portals for Internet Legal Resources.

Fire Insurance Maps online (FIMo) is a research portal to find and view high-definition, color fire insurance Maps, real estate atlases, plat books, and other historical maps showing building structures, building construction details, property ownership, property uses, and other information. The maps in the collection include publications by Sanborn, Perris, Hexamer, Whipple, Baist, Bromley, Hopkins and others.

Overviews for hundreds of industries that describe the competitive landscape, products, operations & technology, sales & marketing, finance & regulations, forecasts, trends, critical issues, challenges and financial information.

The First World War portal presents primary source documents on the personal experiences of men and women, recruitment, and the development and dissemination of various forms of propaganda. There are two self-contained modules: Personal Experiences and Propaganda and Recruitment. Original documents include personal narratives, diaries, newspapers, posters, postcards, photographs, printed books, military and government files, and ephemera. This material is complemented by a range of contextual secondary features, including interactive maps, chronology, and image galleries.

Digital archive focusing on a multi-perspective approach to understanding the First World War. As well as the diaries of those who fought during the conflict, the series includes the records of those individuals and groups - including the No-Conscription Fellowship and Union of Democratic Control - who resisted conscription, particularly from 1916 onwards. A diplomatic perspective is offered via the papers of Sir Esme Howard, 1863-1939. Howard was a prominent British diplomat during the course of the war as well as a delegate at the Versailles Treaty in 1919. Additionally, there is an academic perspective through the papers of Spenser Wilkinson, 1881-1935. Wilkinson, a renowned military historian, corresponded with many prominent figures on the course of the war, including Prime Minister Asquith and Lord Kitchener.

A working biologist's index to all aspects of ichthyology, fisheries and aquaculture, including fish management, natural history, and fish health, plus environmental, habitat, and commercial information. Indexes about 1200 journals, plus books, government documents and "grey literature". Basic truncation symbol is the asterisk: *.
Print version published as Sport Fishery Abstracts 1955-1985; Fisheries Review 1986 - 1995.

Films OnDemand provides access to streaming video on a wide range of discipline areas from Arts & Humanities to Professional Programs (e.g., Nursing, Business).

Note: This resource will be discontinued as of 2/15/2013. For alternatives, see below.

(FSTA was used to find citations and abstracts for journal articles, conference papers, technical reports and international patents in food processing, storage, and safety, food additives, food chemistry and properties.)

Alternative Databases:

1. PubMed and Ovid Medline: Information related to clinical trials, health effects, etc.

2. AGRICOLA and CAB Abstracts: Information on the agriculture/crop aspects of food science and nutrition.

3. SciFinder: This is an advanced chemistry database good for finding information on chemistry-related aspects of food science. It's especially useful for flavor research.

4. Web of Science and SCOPUS: General science databases. Recommended in conjunction with the databases listed above.

Digital archive of this bi-weekly business magazine since the first issue in 1917. Search or browse to find articles, advertisements, illustrations, charts found in each issue cover to cover. Use this archives to find information about business leaders, politics, technology, and a range of business perspectives on culture and society. Includes Forbes lists of companies, world's richest people, most powerful women and other rankings.

As the United States' principal historical record of political open source intelligence for more than half a century, the Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) Daily Report is an indispensable source for insights into decades of turbulent world history. The original mission of the FBIS was to monitor, record, transcribe and translate intercepted radio broadcasts from foreign governments, official news services, and clandestine broadcasts from occupied territories. Accordingly, it provides a wealth of information from all countries outside of the U.S."”from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.

FBIS Daily Reports, 1941-1974 consist of Daily Reports published from September 4, 1941 through March 29, 1974. They provide national and occasionally local perspectives on topics related to World War II and the Axis alliance, the new Islamic countries of the Middle East, the creation of Israel, the Berlin Wall, colonialism in Africa, apartheid, the Cold War, the Suez Crisis, the beginning of the Space Age, the Korean and Vietnam Wars, East-West interaction and much more. They also offer views on such figures as Salvador Allende, Fidel Castro, Winston Churchill, Ngo Dinh Diem, François Duvalier, Mohandas Gandhi, Adolf Hitler, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Ruhollah Khomeini, Nelson Mandela, Imre Nagy, Joseph Stalin, Mao Tse-tung, Chaim Weizmann and many others.

FBIS Daily Reports, 1974-1996 are comprised of eight parts: Part 1: Middle East, Africa, Near East and South Asia (MEA, NES); Part 2: Sub-Saharan Africa & South Asia (SSA, SAF, AFR, SAS); Part 3: China (CHI); Part 4: Asia, Pacifi c and East Asia (APA, EAS); Part 5: Latin America (LAT, LAM); Part 6: Eastern Europe (EEU); Part 7: Soviet Union and Central Eurasia (SOV); and Part 8: Western Europe (WEU).
These reports are also available on microfiche in Wilson Library Government Documents (US Microfiche) (Mfiche PREX 7.13:JPRS-EER- ).

FBIS Daily Report Annexes, 1974-1996 offer international, national and local perspectives on Middle East crises and negotiations, the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan, the secret acquisition of radar systems by the People's Republic of China, and much more.

Foreign Policy has established itself at the forefront of media organizations devoted to the coverage of global affairs. Through Foreign Policy Magazine, our website ForeignPolicy.com, and FP Events, the FP Group reaches an international audience of millions and has become a trusted source of insight and analysis for leaders from government, business, finance, and the academic world.

Covers all aspects of forest management, tree biology and forest ecology, including silviculture, provenance studies, inventories, economics, agroforestry, husbandry of non-wood forest products, tree anatomy and physiology, climate, soils, forest ecology, tree breeding, fire, forest pests and protection, forest conservation and arboriculture. This resource is fully contained and accessible only through CAB Abstracts (1973-present) and CAB Archive (1939-1972).

An encyclopaedic, interactive database that draws together scientific information on Forestry.

The Forestry Library at the University of Minnesota produces four indexes for use by the public, as well as our students, staff and faculty. Social Sciences in Forestry Trail Planning, Construction, and Maintenance Tropical Forest Conservation and Development Urban Forestry

Digital archive of this monthly business magazine that features color illustrations, photographs and articles since the first issue in 1930. Search or browse issues to find information about 20th-century events, politics, culture, book reviews, and the history of business and advertising. Includes the Fortune 500 and 1000 annual rankings of companies.

Find grantmakers, companies, grants or IRS 990 tax returns for U.S. organizations. Profiles of grantmakers mission, analysis of expenses and revenue and other information. The Foundation Directory includes the publication Philanthropy News, current RFPs for grants, and literature on nonprofits from various research institutes.

Focuses on foundations that provide financial support for individual grantseekers. Describes giving for a variety of purposes, including scholarships, student loans, fellowships, program development, internships, professorships, arts and cultural projects, research, awards/grants by nomination only and general welfare. It is intended to be both a grantseeker's guide and a reference tool for those interested in foundation giving to the individual. By searching the entries and their indexes, the Foundation Grants to Individuals Online user can complete searches ranging from the very simple to the highly complex. This capability makes Foundation Grants to Individuals Online one of the most comprehensive resources available on funding to the individual. Foundation Grants to Individuals Online is updated on a quarterly basis.

Frost & Sullivan's 1800 analysts and consultants cover more than 300 markets and 250,000 companies for industrial markets organized into categories for Aerospace and Defense, Automotive and Transportation, Chemicals, Materials, Food; Electronics and Security, Energy and Power Systems, Environment and Building Technologies, Healthcare and Medical Devices, Measurement and Instrumentation, Information and Communication Technologies, and Industrial Automation and Process Control.

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