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Database Name Description
Optics InfoBase [1917-present] provides indexing and abstracts to access over one dozen journals and 70 conference proceedings in the field of optics. Full text is provided for the journals Applied Optics, Journal of the Optical Society of America Part A (JOSA A), Journal of the Optical Society of America Part B (JOSA B), Optics & Photonics News, and Optics Letters.  How to Search This Database
Oxford / Grove Art OnlineThe new home of Grove Art Online, the Oxford Art Online database contains electronic versions of the Oxford Companion to Western Art, the Encyclopedia of Aesthetics, and the Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms. The Oxford Art Online database also offers thousands of images from ARTstor, the British Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Art Images for College Teaching, Art Resource, Artists Rights Society, and numerous international art galleries and artists.
Oxford English Dictionary OnlineThe OED is "the ultimate authority on the English language as well as a history of English speech and thought from its infancy to the present day." It is a unique source of scholarly information on the meaning, history and pronunciation of 500,000 words, tracing their historical appearances through 2.5 million quotations.
Oxford Reference OnlineThe award-winning Oxford Reference Online (ORO) database contains the full text of over 200 reference books and dozens of English and bilingual dictionaries, plus 50,000 in-depth articles, hundreds of links to valuable web resources, and thousands of maps and illustrations, all produced by the authoritative Oxford University Press. ORO provides efficient one-stop-shopping for facts, definitions, biographies, and dates in one scholarly, full-text database.  How to Search This Database



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