Description: VisualDx is an online resource that helps students improve pattern recognition in dermatology and other curriculum areas such as infectious disease, international travel, drug eruptions, ophthalmology, oral medicine, STDs, acute pulmonary infections, etc. VisualDx builds a patient-specific pictorial differential diagnosis based on the patient's findings. The student can compare diseases side by side and then drill down to see the range in presentation within each disease in the differential. (light skin, dark skin, early/late stage, unusual presentations, severe cases, etc.) Handbook length text on each disease also is included to help guide diagnostic decision making and learn more about appropriate tests and treatment.
Content: Images, text, clinical information tools.
Publisher: Logical Images, Inc.
Integrates with UpToDate. Perform a search in UpToDate and look for this symbol and results that begin with "See images of..." Paid for by Washburn University Libraries. Simultaneous Users Allowed: Unlimited.
Description: Provides full-text coverage for more than 330 trade and industry related periodicals including Modern Machine Shop, Pediatric Nursing, Wireless Week, Drug Store News, Reeves Journal, Restaurant Business, Advertising Age, and many more.
Coverage: 1901 - present.
Paid for by Washburn University Libraries in cooperation with the State Library of Kansas. Simultaneous Users Allowed: Unlimited.
Description: The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database is the culmination of several decades of independent and collaborative research by scholars drawing upon data in libraries and archives around the Atlantic world. The Voyages website itself is the product of two years of development by a multi-disciplinary team of historians, librarians, curriculum specialists, cartographers, computer programmers, and web designers, in consultation with scholars of the slave trade from universities in Europe, Africa, South America, and North America. The National Endowment for the Humanities is the principal sponsor of the project. Content: Mostly full-text. Publisher: Emory University Digital Library Research Initiative.