Classical Performance in Video is the largest and most comprehensive video resource for the study of classical music. Users experience classical music through 1,600 performances, including 200 full operas and 75 dance titles, as well as masterclasses, documentaries, scores, and interviews. Video as a learning tool provides a rich experience for music students, and all patrons use the multimedia tools in this collection to research, analyze, learn, and enjoy the classical music genre.
Our trial runs from August 31st to October 1st.
Please send your comments and feedback to John Shepard.
ERF Update - April 2015
Current number of records in the ERF: 1211
ADDED since last update:
Engineering and Physical Sciences
Arts & Humanities / International & Area Studies
Life and Health Sciences
REMOVED since last update:
The C. V. Starr East Asian Library at UC Berkeley has recently registered to access to Rekishiteki Ongen (Rekion) (http://rekion.dl.ndl.go.jp/) the Japanese Historical Recordings Collection provided by the National Diet Library (NDL). Compiled by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) in cooperation with the NDL, this archive consists of over 48,000 digitized recordings from 1900-1950. With this registration, UC Berkeley faculty and students are now able to access any of the over 47,000 historical recordings marked as "Available only at the NDL/Rekion partner libraries" in the website on the dedicated public PC in the East Asian Library (please ask at the Circulation Desk for the dedicated PC and its ID/password for access). To use the Rekion collection at the Library, please bring your own headsets.
If you would like to see the list of all 48,000+ recordings offered at the Rekion website, click "Browse all recordings" link in "Browse by Title" box. Although the audio files cannot be downloaded, we still hope that the availability of these resources will assist your research in Japanese culture and history, music, and other subjects.
If you have any questions or comments on this resource, please contact Toshie Marra.
IPD: Incidence and Prevalence Database is the most efficient way to look at the world’s epidemiology data.
The database covers over 4,500 diseases, procedures, symptoms and other health issues for incidence, prevalence, morbidity, mortality, comorbidity, treated or diagnosed rates, cost and much more. Updated monthly, all data are linked to the primary source. Sources include medical journals, trade journals, audits, on-line databases, registries, and market investment reports.
Our trial runs from February 2 through March 6, 2015.
Please send comments and feedback to Debbie Jan.
Updated on a continuous basis, Gideon is a great resource for global infectious diseases, including worldwide distribution, disease outbreak information, and surveys. The Infectious Diseases module has 5 sections: Diagnosis, Diseases, Travel, Drugs, and Vaccines. The Microbiology module covers Bacteria, Mycobacteria, and Yeasts. Content comes from peer-reviewed journal articles, abstracts of major international meetings, and other gray literature.
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Please send your comments and feedback to Debbie Jan.