||Alphabetical list of academic and other libraries in Belgium, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, and Spain.|| |
|Set of links to selected, evaluated and annotated Internet resources relevant to the nervous system.|| |
|A catalogue of all the languages and dialects spoken in Spain, with details of the numbers of speakers of each language. Also some demographic data such as rates of literacy, blindness and deafness.|| |
|Photographs, latitude and longitude, height, date of last eruption and descriptive information about numerous active volcanoes in over 40 countries in the world.|| |
|Collection of artwork comprising paintings, watercolours, ink and pencil drawings, and steel engravings based on the plays of William Shakespeare. Each work is accompanied by information about its size, medium, date of production, and current location. Material is accessible via a listing of artists, or according to the play which they illustrate.|| |
|Extensive searchable and browsable index of neurological diseases.|| |
|US manufacturer of electronic medical devices and disposables for several specialist areas, including anaesthesia, gynaecology, neuro|
otology, pain management, physical medicine and urology. The company aims to provide innovative, dependable, and easy-to-operate products while continuing to enhance those products through research and development.
|Detailed handbook describing the history of Spain and analysing its political, economic, social, and national security systems and institutions, the interrelationships of those systems and the ways they are shaped by cultural factors. Particular attention is given to the people who make up the society, their origins, dominant beliefs and values, common interests and the issues on which they are divided, and their attitudes toward each other and toward their social system and political order.|| |
|Collection of wildlife and wilderness paintings by Canadian and other international artists, being arranged into a permanent museum showcase.|| |
|Collaborative work which features an exhibition of paintings representing major artistic themes and works from over one hundred artists. Also includes a glossary of painting styles and a small illustrated tour of Paris.|| |
|Offers original articles and features about Spanish culture, plus annotated links to selected relevant Internet resources, compiled by a subject specialist, a subject|
specific bulletin board, and details of related news and events. Topics include arts, bullfighting, cities, gastronomy, government, history, languages, literature, museums, newspapers in Spanish, Catalonian and Galician, traditions and sport.
|Biographical information about the most prominent artists of the 20th Century, as voted by BBC Radio Producers. Includes writers, painters, architects, film|
makers, designers, sculptors, and poets.
|Set of links to selected, evaluated and annotated Internet resources relevant to neoplasms.|| |
|Contains papers on various aspects of anaesthesiology including acid|
base physiology, airway management, anaesthetic complications, cardiac anaesthesia, coexisting diseases, critical care equipment, fluid management, malignant hyperthermia, obstetric anaesthesia, pain management, regional anaesthesia, and trauma anaesthesia.
|Examples of prehistoric cave paintings at Lascaux, France, viewable using the mouse as a flashlight. Provides information about the discovery of the cave art work in 1940, its deterioration in 1955, and the subsequent closure of the cave in 1963. Also includes details of painting and engraving techniques, dating methods, and information necessary to plan a visit to Lascaux. Available in English, French, German and Spanish.|| |
|Extensive index to European archaeological resources, organised by country.|| |
|VADS provides the UK higher education community with access to digital research data appropriate for re|
use, by building an on-line archive of electronic resources created by and of use to the visual arts community. These resources will adhere to agreed standards of best practice for the creation, management, preservation and access of electronic information.
|Set of links to journals relevant to anaesthesiology. Some have only subscription information online, others have tables of contents, abstracts or full text.|| |
|Offers details of the Spanish Biblioteca Nacional (BNE), publications, library access and opening times, services, international projects and resources of bibliographic interest. Information in English and Spanish.|| |
|A structured site for locating information about Andalucia, one of the largest and the southernmost of Spain's autonomous regions. Includes general information about Andalucia, its history, tourism, language, government and politics, economy and industry, the media, food and drink, education and business.|| |
|Set of maps produced by the CIA covering the political and ethnic boundaries, administrative divisions and major defence industries in all countries in Europe.|| |
|Biography of the Dutch artist Herman van Valen (1916 |
1996), with a selection of his colour prints and oil paintings.
|Designed as a Web companion to the film of the same name, this resource details the Spanish|
American war of 1898, which is credited with being the first media war, and the war that established the United States as an imperial world power. Features a transcript of the film, a time-line of events prior to and after the war, and galleries providing headlines, cartoons, and sheet music from the period.
|Variety of material reflecting the artistic and creative talents of the Pre|
Raphaelites including Millais, Rossetti, Hunt, and Waterhouse. Sources include images of paintings, audio recordings of poetic works, and reviews from the period.
|Gallery based in Washington DC. Holds national collections of European and American paintings, sculpture, decorative arts, and selected temporary exhibitions of art from countries and cultures throughout the world.|| |
|Features, highlights and back issues of this daily newspaper, in Spanish.|| |
|Annotated links to selected Internet resources covering fine art and artists, painting, drawing, philosophy and theory, museums, galleries, and libraries.|| |
|Searchable directory of places, government resources, entertainment, historical information, news, hotels, classifieds, and much more. Available in English and Spanish.|| |
|Official information about Spain and its government, mostly in Spanish.|| |
|Gallery and tour of the paintings of Pablo Picasso, officially recognised by the Pablo Ruiz Picasso Foundation. Also offers details of the Picasso's life through studies, books, movies, museums and news.|| |
|Full texts of recent but out|
of-print university press monographs relating to the peoples and nations of the Iberian Peninsula, focusing on the period 500-1500 AD. Author and title catalogues are provided.
|Brief guide to the history and highlights of the El Prado Museum in Madrid, Originally built to be a science museum at the end of the 17th century, El Prado became one of the world's first public art museums when it opened in 1819 to house the Royal art collection. There are now more than 1,500 works of art are on display, though not online.|| |
|Talaria is a resource for health care professionals which addresses the management of pain in patients with cancer. It provides a hypermedia implementation of the Clinical Practice Guideline on the Management of Cancer Pain, a publication of the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research. There are also supplementary tools and information. For example, the opioid calculator will assist physicians in converting dosages across drugs and routes of administration.|| |
|Set of links to selected, evaluated and annotated Internet resources relevant to alternative medicine, including acupuncture, osteopathy and chiropractic.|| |
|Basic reference information about Spain, such as area, capital, population, population density, geography, language, religion, time zone, history and government, plus business and social information, including details of accommodation, addresses, climate, regions, travel, visas, passports, money, health and public holidays.|| |
|Alphabetical list of academic and other libraries in Spain.|| |
|Information intended to facilitate nursing and midwifery research and practice development. Provides annotated links to resources classified into categories which include dermatology, oncology and palliative care, pain management and surgical nursing.|| |
|Project to create a multimedia hypertext archive of the works of the Pre|
Raphaelite poet and painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882), which aims to hold a digital image of every textual and pictorial document relevant to the study of Rossetti.
|Listing of political resources relevant to Spain, with links to parties, organisations, government, media and results of recent elections, where available.|| |
|Detailed assessment of human rights practices in Spain. Topics assessed include torture, arbitrary detention or exile, fair public trial, freedom of speech and press, freedom of assembly, movement and religion; democratic rights, worker rights, and discrimination based on race, sex, religion, disability, language, or social status.|| |
|Provides information on archives around the world which contain records of foreign investment in Spain between 1780 and 1914. Outlines the importance of such investment to Spain, and offers an alphabetical list of investors with background information and details of particular companies.|| |
|Details and pictures of the cave paintings discovered in 1995. The large galleries accommodate more than 300 paintings and engravings dating to the Paleolithic era (between 32,000 and 30,000 years ago).|| |
|Describes the life and work of Jackson Pollock, the controversial postmodern painter who adopted an unusual and physically involved technique to smear, spatter, and drip paint on canvas. Includes images of his paintings and photographs of the artist at work.|| |
|Basic reference information about Gibraltar, including details of geography, people, economy, government, communications, transportation, military and transnational issues. Geographical information includes area, population, maps, high and low points, coordinates, boundary length, climate, land use and natural resources.|| |
|Canadian national art museum. Includes online art exhibitions, collections of contemporary Canadian, European, American and Asian art, and a virtual tour of the gallery. Also features slide kits on various artists providing information on their works, comments by the artist and suggested topics for discussion. Information available in English and French.|| |
|Art Abstracts (formerly Art Index) comprises the bibliographic contents of 280 leading art periodicals |
journals, museum bulletins and yearbooks. The database gives references to articles, reviews, exhibition listings and many other types of material. Reproductions of works of art that appear in the periodicals are also fully detailed. The database has around 400,000 records and is updated monthly. It indexes periodicals from 1984, and includes abstracts from 1994 onwards. Subscription is required but a trial service is available.
|A collection of Anglo|
French eighteenth century pictures, porcelain and furniture.
|Links to resources about migraine headaches, with information for the general public about the cause of migraine head pain and genetic factors, as well as clinical articles and scholarly information.|| |
|ArtScape is a dynamic online resource for artists and art lovers alike. The aim is to make contemporary art available to the public in a manner which is accessible as well as educational. Headings include ceramics, digital art, mixed media, painting, photography and sculpture.|| |
|Series of articles on methods of pain reduction, beginning in the 19th century when ether and opium were widely used, until the discovery of aspirin in 1897. Attempts to map pain and the problem of measurement are discussed. Additional articles address the issue of suffering in relation to the hospice movement and dying.|| |
|Basic reference information about Spain, including details of geography, people, economy, government, communications, transportation, military and transnational issues. Geographical information includes area, population, flag, maps, high and low points, co|
ordinates, boundary length, border countries, climate, land use and natural resources.