General and Interdisciplinary Studies
Suggested Reference Sources
Suggested Subject Terms in Socrates or Searchworks:
- Encyclopedia Britannica – several classic editions in the Green Library Information Center (call numbers start with AE5 .E363): See how the bicycle is discussed in 1895, 1910, 1926, 1968, 1995, 2005
- The encyclopedia of Transportation (Green Library Information Center HE141 .E53 2000): An encyclopedia covering different methods of transportation and key events, people, and social, economic, and political issues in the history of transportation
- Encyclopedia of clothing and fashion (Green Library Information Center GT507 .E53 2005) This encyclopedia has an article on Bicycle Clothing, and 7 entries on Bicycles, including Bicycle Clothing: bloomers and Bicycle Clothing: women’s dress)
- The Greenwood guide to American popular culture (Green Library Information Center E169.1 .G7555 2000) - Note: around this call number are several other popular culture encyclopedias)
- URBAN TRANSPORTATION
- LOCAL TRANSIT
- COMMUTING; COMMUTING UNITED STATES STATISTICS
- TRAVEL BEHAVIOR
- BICYCLE RACE HISTORY
- TOUR DE FRANCE (BICYCLE RACE) ;
- CYCLING LAW AND LEGISLATION UNITED STATES
- CYCLING POLITICAL ASPECTS
- BICYCLES DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
Submitted by Chris Bourg on Fri, 03/13/2009 - 11:28.
Basketball fans across the country are gearing up for March Madness. The Stanford Women's team won the PAC-10 regular season title, and are hoping for a #1 seed in the NCAA tournament. The Men's team will likely compete in the NIT tournament.
Get ready for March Madness by checking out these nuggets from the Stanford Libraries:
Submitted by Chris Bourg on Thu, 02/05/2009 - 13:19.
Question: What are some good publicly available electronic research resources for both books and journal articles?
Although many of Stanford's online resources are restricted to current Stanford faculty, staff and students, there are many excellent research resources available to the general public: