Links to Libraries
WSU LibrariesPaul L. Dunbar Library, General information—locations and hours. Includes Fordham Medical Library, Lake Campus Library, Special Collections and Archives
CORE Repository -- scholarly and historical material of Wright State University
Affiliated Libraries - Medical Centers
Educational Resource Center
WSU is a member of Ohio Link, a regional consortium of resources.
Ohio Link's Digital Media Center
Other LibrariesBibliothèque nationale de France —virtual tour, virtual exhibits, and more (in French)
Bodleian Library — catalog and guide to the world's greatest library of English literature, University of Oxford
British Library —The British Library Treasures Digitisation Project
Cambridge University Library — Catalogs of books and manuscripts, virtual tour, history of the library, and more
M.I.T.'s Internet Classics Archive — Greco-Roman, some Chinese and Persian, English translations
Internet Public Library — Founded as U Michigan School of Information project, now a consortium-generated digital collection.
Library of Congress Home Page
National Archives UK — Government documents and records, military history
New York Public Library
The Online Books Page —U Penn's searchable index of thousands of online books.
The Oxford Book of English Verse: 1250-1900
Perseus Digital Library —Tufts U's evolving digital library includes the original Perseus Project's classical Greece and related subects, see Classics link.
Project Bartleby Archive —Columbia U's project, selected online works of literature
Smithsonian Institution Libraries
Voice of the Shuttle — Alan Liu's Humanities Resource Web, continual updates, University of California (Santa Barbara)
Check out the English Department's Facebook page.
- WSU's A-Z list of electronic journals and other digital texts.
- E-Journals - Lehigh University
Links to free and by-subscription-only electronic journals.
- MUSE - Subscriber Access to JHUP Journals in Full Text
Electronic-only journals and online editions of distinguished print journals for subscribers, supplied by the Johns Hopkins University Press. Some free sample issues.