March 25th, 1857 – The first ever sound recording device was patented by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville. The Phonautograph.
Over 4,000 links to free public scholarly texts and more.
EpiSciences is a platform for: peer-reviewing open access(free) journals; making free journals available electronically; and for epi-journals.
Costumes from different nations – during past times. Dresses and habits of all classes. This is a great look into the past of fashion!
Free to listen, ad supported music. Limited customization, but ultimate discovery! Both local and nationwide stations.
United States Government Publications accessed digitally – from various sources. Most, if not all, are downloadable.
Bibframe offers an useful streamline terminology for cataloging. Properly label collections. Used and created by the Library of Congress, it is a tool to integrate into your current archives/collection systems. Could be helpful for libraries especially.
Podcasts are audio shows produced on a regular basis, and delivered over the internet.
Don’t want to commit to a full film? These short videos are perfect for work breaks or bathroom breaks. (hehe) No matter the length, you will still find quality and options.
Let me show you where to find some free episodes!